The super bowl game between the Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers is over. The game now has tons of news articles dedicated to it. Strangely, however, the thing that all of these articles focus on isn’t the super bowl itself. All of this publicity, all of this glory, is centered on the commercials that took place during it. Lets face it: The game is cool, but many of us focus on the Ads that are run in between. We look to these for some good laughs, and some good laughs there were. All of us chuckled when the dad flew in a helicopter to keep tabs on his daughter’s first date in the Hyundai commercial. We watched with glee as the three Dorito dogs snuck into the grocery store. We sat on the edge of our seats as Arnold Schwarzenegger reached for his phone to use Mobile Strike. These commercials lighten up our lives and put a smile on our face to watch. So, which one was the best? This should take a while to puzzle over. All of them were good; many of them were great, so which one is worthy enough to take this title of best super bowl commercial of the 50th super bowl? Everyone is asking the question, so what is the answer? It may be unbelievable, but there are a few who actually say none. There are people who have taken some of these commercials with rage. One of the fan-favorites, the Dorito baby commercial, received huge publicity when a group known as NARAL angrily attacked this commercial via Twitter. The instant these tweets were sent this group of abortion rights activists was viciously attacked for their blatant statement, which the majority of Americans see as a show of disregard for human life. This tweet went as far as Fox news, where they spent a portion of Monday night to laugh in disbelief that someone would see this commercial as offensive. Now, while it is quite debatable whether this infamous organization was or was not justified, the fact is that the world is filled with negative people. There are those who will find a problem with anything and anyone. They are also the ones who cause cyber bullying and the horrible tragedies that come with it. The challenge: Don’t be one of these people. If something really does offend you then speak up, but don’t offend someone else in the process. And, more importantly, don’t attack something simply because you can. In the end, almost everyone is at fault here. NARAL should not have made this horrible statement, and everyone else should not have struck back so rudely. These are the kinds of things that, while they are on a smaller scale, cause suicide. It is up to the individual to figure out which super bowl commercial was the best, but we must learn from the events that came as a result. Be careful about what you say online, because it can hurt other people, and come back to hurt you. Promote kindness and positive messages online. Live by the motto “Stop the bullying, speak up, save a life”, because it does not cost anything to make someone’s day.