Weimerica Weekly – Episode 14 – The Super Bowl: America’s Unofficial Holiday

Welcome to Weimerica Weekly Episode 14. The podcast airs every Wednesday.

Weimerica Weekly is a podcast hosted by Ryan Landry that touches on the cultural, political and sexual topics that fill the mindspace of our United States of Weimerica. The politicization of all cultural and social degeneracy is examined with a focus on how it fits together.

Weimerica Weekly is produced by the Hestia Society and distributed by Social Matter.

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6 Comments

  1. What was up with that “More people are born 9 months after the Superbowl; We Superbowl Kids salute you future Superbowl Kids” ?

    I’m pretty sure it’s complete bullshit. August and July are the highest birth months. I mean, hey, it’s all good make some babies. But relying on a silly myth to promote it?

    Helen Mirren’s agitprop for MADD just needs to be ovened. Along with MADD. Along with Helen Mirren. It made me want to get sloppy drunk and go out driving. I hope it worked that way for the slightly less risk averse.

    1. Our kids will never know the glories of tooling around back roads all banged up. Damn was that fun.

  2. I knew a couple once who gave their daughter a middle name related to the bowl game in which the father’s alma mater was playing, since they were winning big and she was conceived at halftime. Yes, he told me that.

  3. Sorry, but if there’s any such thing as a “gay car”, it really is a Mini Cooper.

  4. I dunno, Ryan, that Cleveland Cheese Steak in Pretzel Hoagie Roll looks damn good.

    Awesome instagram by the way.

    1. I also want to note that I watched a few Superbowl commercials. When I got to the Expedia one, the shot of the two women kissing was rather disgusting to me. Yea, both probably seemed physically attractive, but still – disgusting. And this is coming from a person who was once a same-sex “marriage” advocate and didn’t think anything much of same-sex attraction initially.

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