Defense Spends $450,000 On Flying Over Football Stadium Closed Off To Sky


For absurdity, how about those four Navy F-18s flying over the stadium - with its retractable roof closed? Everybody inside could only see the planes on the stadium's video screens. It was strictly a two-second beauty shot. Know what it cost taxpayers? I'll tell you: $450,000. (The Navy justifies the expense by saying it's good for recruiting.)

What are we supposed to use those planes for, war? No. We must use them to make children's games played by millionaire adults seem important. At any cost. Because if pro football was not treated as the most important thing in the world, most Americans would realize they really have no reason to live. [WP]


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