What could possibly be too racy for the Super Bowl? A Website for cheaters

Watching the ads that run during football games, one might think that the NFL will allow anybody to advertise. From beer to candy bars to investment companies, it seems that, while advertisers are varied, they share one common denominator: When seeking the coveted football fan demographic, tastefulness runs a distant second to raw idiocy and a willingness to pander to the lowest common denominator.

This makes it all the more surprising that the Super Bowl recently determined that some things go beyond the pale of acceptable advertisements. Ashley Madison, a matchmaking service for people seeking extramarital affairs, was informed that, not only was it not permitted to advertise in the Super Bowl program, but it would not be allowed to advertise in anyNFL game program, ever.