12th Mania

Are you ready for some football? With the Super Bowl just a few days away, Seahawk fans are covering every available inch with the logo and blue and green. You’ll find Seahawk flair on a jet, beer, socks and more.

If it finally goes on the Lombardi Trophy can we give the blue and green paint jobs a rest?

It’s Greek to me: A British court has ruled that U.S.-based Chobani cannot label its yogurt as “Greek,” because it’s made in the U.S. and not Greece.

Expect future rulings on French bread, English muffins, Danish pastries, Brazil nuts, Spanish rice, Canadian bacon, Irish coffee, baked Alaska, Polish sausage, Turkish delight and Swedish meatballs.

Don’t know much about history: On this day in 1964, the United States launched Ranger 6, an unmanned lunar probe with television cameras. The probe crash-landed on the moon but did not send back images.

Comcast returned NASA’s call yesterday and said it could have a technician on the moon between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Friday to restore service.

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