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Max Armstrong talks about the hometown of the Super Bowl balls, Ada, Ohio.

February 4, 2019

A farmer friend of mine tweeted 55 has become the new 75. He was referring to the much, much warmer weather after bitter cold blast last week. Kansas City will get to 34 tomorrow. Few will complain.

Doesn’t it seem like we’ve heard of more police officer line of duty shootings than normal?

The NCGA reacted swiftly to Bud Light commercial attacking corn syrup. NCGA tweeted America’s corn farmers are disappointed in the commercial. Miller Lite and Coors Light were thanked for supporting industry.

We’re coming into the pothole season.

In the northwest Ohio town of Ada, they take a little more than passing interest each year in the footballs of the Super Bowl. That town is where Wilson Company is located. About 130 employees hand make footballs used in Super Bowl each year and inflate it to 12.5 to 13.5 pounds.

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