While most of us have boycotted the NFL and have taken a hard stand against the thugs that are disrespecting our country, most of us know who is playing in the Super Bowl. The New England Patriots will be battling the Philadelphia Eagles.

Boston and Philly are taking this battle to a new place- they are each banning each other’s foods from their respective cities before the Super Bowl.

Lol. It’s true!


Boston’s Esplanade Association, which is in charge of the city’s esplanade (a river-side park) that runs along the Charles River, announced on Tuesday that pretty much anything remotely related to Philadelphia — including cheese-steaks and Philadelphia cream cheese — will be banned from the park until Feb. 5, according to The Boston Globe.

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The ban doesn’t just concern food, either, Fox News reports. Will Smith and Sylvester Stallone are also banned from the park, as the former was raised in Philly, and the latter set his “Rocky” series in the city. Even bald eagles — the national bird of the United States, are not welcome to alight on the grounds, per the association’s edict.

Check this out:

Boston’s Esplanade Association Announces Immediate Rule Changes to Ban Philadelphia-Themed Products from the Esplanade

Boston’s Esplanade Association Announces Immediate Rule Changes to Ban Philadelphia-Themed Products from the Esplanade


New rules in effect until Duck Boats return to Boston’s streets after Superbowl LII


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (JANUARY 23, 2017) – BOSTON, MA – The Esplanade Association (, nonprofit stewards of the 64-acre Charles River Esplanade in Boston, has enacted the following rule changes regarding the Park, effective until Monday, February 5, 2018. The following items are now forbidden anywhere in the 3.5-mile stretch from the Museum of Science to the Boston University Bridge:

  • Any Philadelphia sports apparel (Flyers, Phillies, 76ers, and Eagles included)
  • Eagles (yes, even bald eagles)
  • Cheesesteak sandwiches
  • Cracked copper bells
  • Soft Pretzels
  • Philadelphia brand Cream Cheese (other brands of cream cheese permitted)
  • Anything in the shade “Midnight Green”
  • Mummers
  • Will Smith and Sylvester Stallone
  • Crisco

“We realized that appearing in a Super Bowl for only the third time – and first time since losing to the Patriots in 2005 – was disorienting for Philadelphia fans and that clarity on acceptable items to bring in our park should be offered,” said Michael Nichols, Executive Director of the Esplanade Association. “Given the Patriots are appearing in their record-extending 10th Super Bowl, we understand this information may not be needed by most park visitors.”

The Esplanade Association thanks the public for their cooperation with these temporary policy changes.

About the Esplanade Association (

The Esplanade Association is a 100% privately funded nonprofit organization that works to revitalize and enhance the Charles River Esplanade, sustain the natural green space, and build community by providing educational, cultural, and recreational programs for everyone. Working in collaboration with the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation, the Esplanade Association is dedicated to improving the experiences of the millions of visitors who enjoy Boston’s iconic riverside green space.

The Esplanade Association did not specify what penalties, if any, the violators will face.

The rest of the city has apparently embraced this petty food feud, too. According to, breweries and bars have temporarily banned Philadelphia-based beers, and a Boston-area bakery chain has permanently cut ties with its Philadelphia cream cheese distributor for good.

“They said, ‘You are kidding me, right?’” the bakery owner told “I said, ‘Nope.’ They said, ‘OK.’”

A single bakery in Philadelphia, meanwhile, appears to be the only establishment that has publicly announced its ban on Boston cream doughnuts. Yet it was this bakery — Dottie’s Donuts — that likely started this trend when it first announced it would temporarily ban the confection earlier this week.

“At first everything starts as an idea, but it just blew up I guess,” Dottie’s employee Quinton Johnson told CBS Philadelphia.

“To show you how serious we are about this New England ban we present to you the Creamed Boston donut ???????? Vanilla glaze, chopped pistachios and matcha cream filling. Eat your heart out, Tom Brady.
Deluxe flavors – cookies and cream, thai tea, chocolate peanut, and maple pecan. Raspberry filled also available. #vegan #donuts”

To show you how serious we are about this New England ban we present to you the Creamed Boston donut ?? Vanilla glaze,…

Posted by Dottie's Donuts on Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Pretty crazy huh?

I really would love to watch the Super Bowl but I will not give in.

Screw those filthy thugs!

Until these overpaid bastards- each and EVERY one of them stands for the National Anthem with their right hand over their heart I will continue to boycott.

I urge you all to do the same.

God Bless.



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