It’s Superbowl Sunday.
Today, the San Francisco 49ers battle the Baltimore Ravens for the 2012 football championship.
Who will win?
Well, the 49ers have won 5 previous Superbowls. So if experience counts for anything, I’d say they are the favorite to win today.
Bit-O-History: The Pittsburg Steelers hold the most Superbowl Trophies, 6 in their lifetime. The 49ers and the Dallas Cowboys tie for second most trophies with each team claiming 5. Ravens got nothin!
Did you know the Superbowl Trophy is named after a famous football coach? Yes it is, Vince Lombardi. And it’s made of sterling silver by the famous Tiffany & Co. of NY. This company has made every one of them since 1967 …and they weigh 7 pounds.
The winning team gets to keep it. After the game winner is decided, it gets engraved with the team’s name, game score Superbowl number and location of where the game was played.
Speaking of numbers…why do the Romans make it so confusing?
Does anyone really know when you’re supposed to add Roman numerals, or when you’re supposed to subtract, depending on which one comes first? I know that X is 10.
Apparently, XLVII equals 47. This is Superbowl Forty Seven.
So, experience favors San Fran. But the world loves an underdog. The guy who’s expected to finish second tries harder . He has more to prove. The Ravens need to prove they are worthy today.
So how do you decide?
Well, there’s actually a great book that tells a simple way how to decide things. All kinds of things. So if you’re confused about something and can’t make up your mind, this book tells you what to do. It greatly increases your ability to be right most of the time!!!
Here’s the book. It’s on Kindle and cheap…just $2.99 but it has the secret to making the best decision every time. Especially when both choices seem equal. That said, no book can pick the contest winner every time. That would be a gambler’s dream and you’d never be able to afford a book that could do that!
This book is good for regular decisions, like “should I do this, or that?” I especially like the coin toss technique that doesn’t rely on luck. OOPS! I’ve said too much already!
The book is called, “Decisions: How to Make the Best Choice Every Time”
Anyway…unscientifically, I’m picking San Francisco to win.
Speaking of picking…I let my boogers decide. I picked San Francisco from my left nostril, and Baltimore from my right. Longest booger is the best pick!
Who’s your pick and how did you decide?
P.S. My favorite part of Superbowl Sunday is the FOOD and the funny commercials!