Photos from Super Bowl riots look a lot like Ukraine. Obviously the situations are very different

TV Ratings: Super Bowl XLVIII Is Most-Watched in History With 111.5 Million Viewers »

Final ratings are in for the 2014 Super Bowl — and, contrary to early returns which saw the game ranking fifth, the blowout did end up being the biggest to date. An average 111.5 million viewers tuned in to see the Seattle Seahawks blow the Denver Broncos out of the water, making it the most-watched Super Bowl and the most-watched show in U.S. television history.
And think about it.. the most boring Super Bowl of all time with the most mediocre ads and lamest half time show getting more ratings than any other event in UNITED STATES history. That’s a lot of history.. and a lot of events that mattered much more than a game between two teams that make millions of dollars a second more than you do in a lifetime.
See here in America, we tend to ignore the important things and focus on what does not matter at all..
The sleepless in Seattle ragers most likely watched the game to see their city’s team win.. And they rioted.
Meanwhile, in the Ukraine, people took to the streets to protest what actually mattered. The scenes of fire and flame may be similar, but the issue at hand is much different. Here we get inflamed over the trivial and meaningless.. in other parts of the world, some things are still worth fighting for.
Seattle Seahawks fans celebrate by starting a small fire in the street after their team won the NFL Super Bowl XLVIII in Seattle, Washington February 2, 2014. The Seahawks beat the Denver Broncos 43-8 to win their first NFL championship Sunday in East Rutherford, New Jersey.