Tweet of the Day: Advice for Pete Carroll from beyond the grave

Tweet of the Day: Advice for Pete Carroll from beyond the grave
'Nuff said.

My colleague Jeff Dunetz wrote earlier about the execrable Super Bowl ad  perpetrated by Nationwide, in which a boy dies of a preventable accident.  On one score, you can hardly blame Nationwide for adopting a preachy approach.  Who doesn’t, these days?  The Super Bowl is becoming a forum into which advertisers increasingly compete to shoehorn moral and safety appeals (like the ad run by the No More campaign, in which a 911 dispatcher interprets a cryptic call from a woman who can’t be explicit because her abuser in in the house with her).

To refresh your memory, here is the “preventable accident” ad.

Who knew that only a short time later, one of the most preventable accidents in football history would occur?  Another refresher, for those Seahawk fans who haven’t been able to uncover their eyes for the last 24 hours:

Fortunately, we have Twitter, and online meme posters now.  Your Tweet of the Day:

J.E. Dyer

J.E. Dyer

J.E. Dyer is a retired Naval Intelligence officer who lives in Southern California, blogging as The Optimistic Conservative for domestic tranquility and world peace. Her articles have appeared at Hot Air, Commentary’s Contentions, Patheos, The Daily Caller, The Jewish Press, and The Weekly Standard.


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