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Can you still enjoy sport in the GloboHomo age?
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RE: Can you still enjoy sport in the GloboHomo age?
I get the sports-as-porn argument, but where do you draw the line? You could apply the same criticism to movies, TV shows, anime, novels, or anything else - the accusation that you're living vicariously through the characters and whatnot. Are we not supposed to enjoy anything for fun, at all? Maybe if you're a hard-core stoic, but I don't want to live like that. No doubt, though, that many people have an obsession with sports stars that is clearly unhealthy - I'm not going to try to defend that. But I don't think there's anything inherently wrong with liking particular players. It's the culture that's gotten ridiculously out of hand (particularly around football in the US, soccer in Europe, etc.)

I don't have the ability (or youth) to be much of a baseball player - but I think I can get something out of seeing guys aspire to excellence in their field, just like how I can admire a great work of art, or a classical orchestra, or architecture without having those same abilities myself.

I enjoy the "story" aspect of baseball - players who turn into unlikely heroes, who fail to live up to their potential, or straight-up dominate. I find this a lot more compelling than your average drama or movie with fake plots concocted by (((writers))) that are usually motivated by The Agenda.
10-30-2019 09:50 AM
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RE: Can you still enjoy sport in the GloboHomo age?
I enjoy watching F1, although the same teams win every year, so there's gotta be some changes that happen to make sure that the playing field is more level.

Men die in this sport, the crashes are spectacular, and the skill level to drive at close to 300kph and then stop on a pin is a skill that only a handful of people on Earth have.

I think, unfortunately this stuff is creeping into every sport, because they lost the grid girls a year or so back, and that's trash.

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10-30-2019 10:23 AM
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RE: Can you still enjoy sport in the GloboHomo age?
(10-30-2019 09:50 AM)HermeticAlly Wrote:  I don't have the ability (or youth) to be much of a baseball player - but I think I can get something out of seeing guys aspire to excellence in their field, just like how I can admire a great work of art, or a classical orchestra, or architecture without having those same abilities myself.

Well put.
10-30-2019 10:51 AM
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RE: Can you still enjoy sport in the GloboHomo age?
(10-30-2019 10:23 AM)TheFinalEpic Wrote:  I enjoy watching F1, although the same teams win every year, so there's gotta be some changes that happen to make sure that the playing field is more level.

Men die in this sport, the crashes are spectacular, and the skill level to drive at close to 300kph and then stop on a pin is a skill that only a handful of people on Earth have.

I think, unfortunately this stuff is creeping into every sport, because they lost the grid girls a year or so back, and that's trash.

What bothered me about the grid girls going away wasn't that I couldn't find something to look at elsewhere, but it was a component of exactly what you're describing. Formula 1 is a no-shit dangerous activity and no amount of you-go-girlism will put Danica Patrick onto the podium (she's pretty mediocre no matter what she drives, BTW.)

The male participants, both brave and skilled, are at the peak of their physical and mental agility, while the women on display ***at the finish line*** are the epitome of fertile and feminine.

Taking the attractive women away had nothing to do with the stated motives of the globalists and everything to do with removing a token gesture of the rewards for the man - and it will always be a man - who wins. It's the death of civilization by a thousand concessions.

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10-30-2019 09:02 PM
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RE: Can you still enjoy sport in the GloboHomo age?
The NBA and NFL fighting on the side of Tolerance (aka. leftist intolerance) in Indiana and North Carolina got my notice, and it's colored everything with pro sports now.

College football is still a guilty pleasure. But it shouldn't be, as the festive Saturdays are really the best PR they can have to cover over how corrupting colleges are, not only to the students who attend them but to the community around it. College towns are almost always more liberal as a result of the school. It's kind of like how the rainbow flags distract from the squalid reality.
10-30-2019 09:29 PM
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RE: Can you still enjoy sport in the GloboHomo age?
(10-30-2019 09:50 AM)HermeticAlly Wrote:  I get the sports-as-porn argument, but where do you draw the line? You could apply the same criticism to movies, TV shows, anime, novels, or anything else - the accusation that you're living vicariously through the characters and whatnot. Are we not supposed to enjoy anything for fun, at all? Maybe if you're a hard-core stoic, but I don't want to live like that. No doubt, though, that many people have an obsession with sports stars that is clearly unhealthy - I'm not going to try to defend that. But I don't think there's anything inherently wrong with liking particular players. It's the culture that's gotten ridiculously out of hand (particularly around football in the US, soccer in Europe, etc.)

I don't have the ability (or youth) to be much of a baseball player - but I think I can get something out of seeing guys aspire to excellence in their field, just like how I can admire a great work of art, or a classical orchestra, or architecture without having those same abilities myself.

I enjoy the "story" aspect of baseball - players who turn into unlikely heroes, who fail to live up to their potential, or straight-up dominate. I find this a lot more compelling than your average drama or movie with fake plots concocted by (((writers))) that are usually motivated by The Agenda.

A distinction must be made:

Films/anime/TV/novels - fiction

Sports - real-time

One is supposed to live vicariously through fiction; it's the expression of human creativity that stimulates imagination. In this cold world of ours, the creative arts that result in these mediums allows us brief escape. But no one expects you to emulate Superman - you'd probably die. Hence why we find fiction so interesting; it passes the bounds of reality that we are confined to.

Sports on the other hand, is a real-time recording of men doing things within the bounds of reality. This usually entails activity surrounding a ball, in coordination with other men. This can be done by most able-bodied men, yet they choose to sit in front of the tube and watch it instead. Even if you watch and play sports, the time spent engaged in voyeurism could be applied to a more productive persuit. Unless you are studying their techniques or somehow benefiting from watching these other men, you are on a slippery slope of voyeurism. Occasionally attending a sports game is cool (think Jay-Z sitting courtside), but being a "sports fan," these days is basically synonymous with being a chump.
11-01-2019 06:50 AM
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Sport feminises men, and masculinises women.
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RE: Can you still enjoy sport in the GloboHomo age?
I like baseball the most nowadays. No matter how one tries to cheat or what the commissioner does to tweak the sport, at the end of the day you have to hit a sphere with a cylinder and the best can only do that 30-40% of the time. Personally I was never any good at it.

Ice hockey used to be my favorite but I just cannot view the NHL of my youth and the NHL of the present as one and the same. I grew up watching the Norris Division which was one big brawl. Who needed the UFC when you had dudes running the goalies, causing the benches to clear? Now it's "all skill" but you sit and watch some dude circle around the zone and score like the old Sega Genesis games. Everybody is defending by staying in one spot swinging their sticks to clog lanes. No hip checks or even a nice shoulder to chest hit. People complain that so and so didn't receive a big enough suspension for an elbow and I tell them that he probably wouldn't have thought about doing that in the 80's. Then they turned the skills competition into a spotlight on women players last year. It's nice to watch once in awhile but I'm not as passionate about it as in the past.

I think sports were more authentic back in the day when the majority of players worked a regular job in the offseason. This requirement meant only the very passionate played and the fan was going to get his money's worth out of watching.
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11-01-2019 10:42 PM
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RE: Can you still enjoy sport in the GloboHomo age?
BBC openly stating that Rugby World Cup in Japan was in part to "Change attitudes to Diversity here".

The whole GlobalSport is an unmitigated psy-op at this point.


(clip from BBC here)
https://twitter.com/Theberton_/status/11...7844668417
11-02-2019 07:45 AM
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(11-02-2019 07:45 AM)Elmore Wrote:  BBC openly stating that Rugby World Cup in Japan was in part to "Change attitudes to Diversity here".

The whole GlobalSport is an unmitigated psy-op at this point.


(clip from BBC here)
https://twitter.com/Theberton_/status/11...7844668417

Can't open the link where I am.

Change attitudes to diversity in the Uk? Or in Japan?
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(11-02-2019 07:59 AM)Bienvenuto Wrote:  
(11-02-2019 07:45 AM)Elmore Wrote:  BBC openly stating that Rugby World Cup in Japan was in part to "Change attitudes to Diversity here".

The whole GlobalSport is an unmitigated psy-op at this point.


(clip from BBC here)
https://twitter.com/Theberton_/status/11...7844668417

Can't open the link where I am.

Change attitudes to diversity in the Uk? Or in Japan?

In Japan.

That it was in part chosen as host because by watching some Ngubus chase a ball around a field, they could have their eyes opened to all wonderful benefits of cuckholdery & ethnic collapse within their ancestral lands.

Not only that, but the diversity was being promoted Gareth Thomas, an openly homosexual former Rugby player with HIV...

The full 4 min segment is here : https://www.itv.com/rugbyworldcup2019/ar...-inclusion
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(11-02-2019 08:32 AM)Elmore Wrote:  
(11-02-2019 07:59 AM)Bienvenuto Wrote:  
(11-02-2019 07:45 AM)Elmore Wrote:  BBC openly stating that Rugby World Cup in Japan was in part to "Change attitudes to Diversity here".

The whole GlobalSport is an unmitigated psy-op at this point.


(clip from BBC here)
https://twitter.com/Theberton_/status/11...7844668417

Can't open the link where I am.

Change attitudes to diversity in the Uk? Or in Japan?

In Japan.

That it was in part chosen as host because by watching some Ngubus chase a ball around a field, they could have their eyes opened to all wonderful benefits of cuckholdery & ethnic collapse within their ancestral lands.

Not only that, but the diversity was being promoted Gareth Thomas, an openly homosexual former Rugby player with HIV...

The full 4 min segment is here : https://www.itv.com/rugbyworldcup2019/ar...-inclusion

Ha ha its a banned link in the homogenous ethno-state that I am currently residing in.

I can well imagine though.

I think sports awesome, playing it, watching it, the 'sporting community' that is.. who play it and follow it, play for, volunteer for, support their local clubs and of course watch the big teams and the big games.
I've got no time for the weird fanboys who have never played the game.

Robert Bly said a couple of decades ago that America used to be full of mens associations and clubs and societies, nowadays all that was disappearing.

My rugby club went from running 3 XVs in 2000 when I read that article to running precisely none nowadays.

Everyone knew that the TV was a waste of time, not so the oh-so-pressing demands of the internet.
No-one has any time or inclination for the rain and cold and mud anymore.
Its a loss.

The likes of Ebbw Vale and Bridgend, Newport, Newbridge, Cardiff, Neath Llanelli, steel towns and valley boys all reduced to these few bloodless and sanitised 'regions'.

Big money has fucked us. Rugby gone from its border heartland in Scotland.
And the game on the telly is all about endless replays and litigating for possible 'infringements' of the rules (we need ANOTHER angle cos no-one can tell..) that in the old days would have been ignored for nothing calls.

Dumb fricking post-wall dyed blond chicks anchoring rugby programmes..
Don't get me started.

Gareth Thomas released his HIV news because he had been 'forced to'. ie: a bunch of his Vauxhall rent boys were blackmailing him.
The moment he came out as gay he was guaranteed a TV spot.

Spare a thought for the likes of Duane Vermeulen - the Boer man of the match in the World Cup final tonight.

All the blue pilled white knights on the rugby websites saying that Siya Kolisi is some kind of hero. "Trolls' are told that they should show something of the class of Kolisi the SA captain..

Except that Kolisi's presence in the team last World Cup meant that his team lost a semi by only 2 points (and hence a final) that they would have won.

The ANC's racial quotas meant that Kolisi, the backrower, not only had to be in the team but that the best SA back row trio of Vermeulen Alberts and Willems (even Kwagga Smith) not only didn't get to play together but some of them had to stay at home. The difference between winning and losing..

Tonight Vermeulen (who has to play an endless winter overseas turning out for French teams and Japanese teams.. 150 top level SA players playing their first grade rugby overseas) and his giant back row partner Pieter Steph du Toit carried Kolisi all the way to lifting the cup.

They played like Replicants, doomed to extinction by virtue of who they are, they played with all the defiance of Milton's Fallen Angels whose "only crime was that they dared to imagine themselves as equal.."

Their coach Rassie, who has had to coach all over the world, found it was not good enough simply being a great coach.

He is now known as 'Mr Levels' because he can get young players to relax over a beer whilst similarly able to go across the room and tell an ANC politico exactly what he wants to hear.

Heroic in the face of terrible odds. Doing what it takes.

Tonight no longer the whipping boys, the what-might-have-beens, tonight these outlawed Replicants born on the wrong-side-of-history won it for every one back home.
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