The Super Bowl gave fans many reasons to be thankful, the main one being that we actually wound up getting a close game.

The fact that it included a comeback of historical proportions was gravy. And how about Julian Edelman's catch becoming one for the ages:

Julian Edelman Super Bowl catch

The game also gave Western civilization as we used to know it an awesome benefit: Hardly any fake news!

OK, there was one, but maybe it'll be what snuffs that insidious candle of darkness. Or something like that. We don't do metaphors.

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There's nothing fake about the $30.66 price for these cool aluminum magnesium polarized shades, either.

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