Gaga the Great
Today I did something utterly foreign to my regular Sunday schedule.
I watched the Super Bowl, not for the game, as I had the sound off while I read a book and listened to classical music, but for the half time show.
I had watched a bit of an interview on Sunday Morning where Lady Gaga talked about her career and family. She seemed rather devoted to her Dad.
After watching the athleticism and sheer energetic talent by this almost middle aged woman, I thought that she exhibits what we mean when we call America great.
Just think of the work that goes into the sets, rehearsals, technical support to say nothing of the cable strength and support for her high wire entrance, and you just have to say that we have always been great.
Lady Gaga has always entertained, and she has enough quality as a person to get my sympathy and admiration.
Oh yes, she can sing.
She can dance; she can do flips in midair as if she was born to the circus life.
It was said that it costs 10 million dollars to put on a show like that, but she is donating all her profits to charity.
And to think, she is the descendent of immigrants.
What if her ancestors had stayed in Italy?
Well, for that matter we are all immigrants and have to work at making a country successful.
She works extra hard, and I salute her.
Never mind about football, it is the show at half time that counts.