The best part of Super Bowl XLIX was the actual game. If you are a football fan and don’t normally root for the Patriots or the Seahawks you saw one of the most thrilling Super Bowl games of all time. Trust me – they are not all like that.
If you are a Patriots fan, congratulations, your team has won four titles. Your coach and quarterback can be included in all the “best ever” lists.
For Seahawks fans, it was not a nightmare, the heartbreaking loss actually happened. For many Seahawks fans, the game will probably be a lot like the movie “Groundhog Day” where Bill Murray relives the same day over and over.
Welcome to the first “Thursday Numbers” column in February! Welcome to the first “Thursday Numbers” column in February!
(That was my salute to Groundhog Day – the movie).
If you are dropping by for the first time, Thursday Numbers is where I take a look at the numbers in the news and provide some commentary with them. The information can be used to astonish and you just might overwhelm your friends, family, and co-workers with the knowledge you obtained from this column! You may even be cooler to your children…
Today I take a look at the numbers behind Facebook, Romney and the poor, unemployment, Jesus comments, a no-fly list, Groundhog Day, Christie’s birthday, leap year, and a couple of Super Bowl quarterbacks!