So it seems like the NY Giants were victorious, either because of, or despite of, prayer.
In any event, modern society deems athletic victors worthy of a parade down the Canyon-of-Heroes.
Why those who win football games are granted hero status, while war veterans are denied the same honor, is a mystery that escapes me. Yet if one can peer through the confetti snowed down upon the SuperBowl Champions, if one can tread through the garbage strewn streets of Lower Manhattan, one can perhaps find a silver lining meaning to this madness.
According to the numbers crunchers, NY will actually make money for the treasury. An estimated 500,000 to 1 million fans will line the parade route, spending an average 23 dollars each.
So after all is said and done, NYC will be laughing all the way to the bank.
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