|We are big football fans and this... is a big football.|
|We feel dwarfed by the magnificence of the mighty football.|
|Like Stonehenge. Or maybe Planet of the Apes.|
So why isn't Glendale, which has spent billions, trillions, nay quintillions of dollars on becoming a sports-entertainment center, hosting the big party?
Well, that city's staggering under such an enormous weight of debt from all these projects that it couldn't afford to provide the last bits of necessary infrastructure, says the New York Times. That's pretty much how we do business in Arizona: if it's not a scandalous, over-leveraged, shoddily constructed boondoggle, it just doesn't feel like home.
Meanwhile, home feels remarkably unlike home. Vistas are transformed by barriers, lights, and football-themed decor, knocking our wide, open spaces down to a more intimate European scale.
|Beer garden in waiting.|
|Have no fear, CNN is here.|
|Think of it this way, Zora -- at least it's a change from all the beer ads.|