Perspective, in a tweet posted just moments ago, Kansas City Chiefs marketing used the same "let's roll" language that kicked off the War Against Terror after 9/11 tragedy in order to mobilize their fans.
Brief aside, in lieu of a playlist this evening, a few words of wisdom recently struck a chord over the holidays and seem apropos for tonight . . .
They put drugs in your food. And they film you. There are messages in every game.
Do you know what PAC stands for? P.A.C. Program And Control. He's program and control man. The whole thing is a metaphor. He thinks he's got free will but really he's trapped in a maze, in a system. All he can do is consume. He's pursued by demons that are probably just in his own head.
And even if he does manage to escape by slipping out one side of the maze. What happens? He comes right back in the other side.
People think it's a happy game. It's not a happy game. It's a fucking nightmare world and the worst thing is, it's real and we live in it.
It's all code . . .
Accordingly, here are the links for the game tonight that curiously seem to all reference some form of dominance . . .
Kansas City "Dominance" Obsession
Charlie Neibergall/Associated Press The top-seeded Kansas City Chiefs beat the No. 6 Indianapolis Colts 31-13at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri, on Saturday to advance to the AFC Championship Game. KC will play in the AFC title game for the first time since 1993, where it will meet the winner of Sunday's contest between the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Chargers.
Something About The Weather
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City Chiefs ended their playoff agony in epic fashion. Patrick Mahomes played with the poise of a veteran in his first postseason start, running for a touchdown and executing the offense to near-perfection on two other scoring drives while the much-maligned Kansas City defense made Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts look as bad as they did at the start of the season in a 31-13 victory Saturday afternoon.
Coin Toss Clue
With surprising reliance on a defense that kept the Indianapolis Colts offense out of the end zone during the first half, the Kansas City Chiefs soundly defeated the Colts 31-13 to advance to the AFC Championship Game for the first time since 1993 - and the first time ever at Arrowhead Stadium The Chiefs won the opening coin toss, and elected to defer to the second half.
Domination Theme Continued
It's not that no one expected the Kansas City Chiefs to win. It's that no one expected the Chiefs to defeat the Indianapolis the way that they did.
Classic Kansas City Reference
On Saturday against the Colts, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes barked out a pre-snap call that sounds like "Helen Keller" late in the first half, with the Chiefs just outside the red zone. Fans watching the game were caught off-guard. that play was called Helen Keller?
You decide . . .