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Why the ‘Wayne’s World’ Super Bowl Ad Makes Me Sad

Like so many Gen X artifacts, Wayne and Garth haven’t partied on

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This Super Bowl Sunday, you will see the usual expensive advertising campaigns, all meant to remind you that your job during a pandemic is not to care for and protect your fellow man, but instead to consume mass quantities. There’s a Frito-Lay ad with Peyton Manning, a…

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I write about these tumultuous times 3x a week. Author of five books, including “How Lucky.” NYMag/MLB.. Founder, Deadspin. https://williamfleitch.substack.com

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