There's a ton of stuff in the blogosphere as of late. Before I get to it though, I realize IBR has taken a more political turn as of late. That's just my predisposition. If you do have something interesting that is a of a non-political nature, that has something of statewide interest, I'll be happy to post. Now with that said, here we go...
Masson has thoughts on liberty and discrimination.
A lot of us have written about the Super Bowl, either the upcoming Sunday game or Indianapolis' efforts to land the 2011 Super Bowl.
I've written about how the city's biggest problem may be where the teams would practice. Matt Tully wonders if we really want a Super Bowl. TDW writes about a rather bizarre Hancock County Super Bowl prank. Daily Kos has an open thread. Eye on Indianapolis talks about Jim Irsay's "contribution" to the Super Bowl bid.
Jim Shella tells us lawmakers are taking the Monday after the Super Bowl off. I Choose Indy wants us to pack the pews on Sunday. Feed Me Drink Me has a good listing of the Super Bowl parties in the Capital City.
See you in a couple days.