As hard as this is to believe, it's technically illegal to watch the Super Bowl on a TV larger than 55 inches.  In fact, there's language in the U.S. Copyright Code (Title 17, Chapter 1, Section 110) that spells it all out.  It's called "Limitations on exclusive rights: exemption of certain performances and displays."  If your TV is bigger than 55" you are breaking U.S. Copyright law!  There's also language about how many square feet the "establishment" can have, how many speakers you're allowed and rules concerning food and beverage service.  For some truly riveting literature, here's the section of the law in question:

http://www.copyright.gov/title17/92chap1.html#110

Oh, and enjoy the game!

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