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RE: Can you still enjoy sport in the GloboHomo age?
(10-29-2019 07:27 AM)BigFellow Wrote:  In my view UFC takes the opposite extreme. I think it is barbaric for two people to get in a ring and try to kill each other. I guess the more mainstream sports no longer provide an outlet for men, so now it’s things like UFC, or beating up the girlfriend at home.

The UFC has feminized quite a bit. They didn't have any rules when they first started - it was basically two guys beating each other up, without gloves, until someone got KO'd.

Now it's corporate, semi-homosexual, and not particularly violent. The masses want violent sports - declining societies always love violent sports - but our overlords are making sports less violent for some reason.
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Train a combat sport. Masculine, healthy, no BS environment. Your age and physical condition doesn’t matter. No you won’t be able to hang with the 21-year-old prize fighters but who cares? Training is where you compare yourself to who you were yesterday. Not to others. And it is an excellent place to form true friendships and to find motivation to get fit and stay fit. Boxing and judo are going to be a little bit steeper in terms of physical exhaustion and wear and tear on the body. Jiu jitsu and “MMA” training are going to be more chilled out and focused on ground grappling which is (in my opinion) not only more fun, it is also a slower paced sport and easier on the old joints. But all of them are good. Why watch sports if you can play one? That’s like watching other people bang.

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I like baseball but ignore all other sports.

I like the intentional pacing, and the "duel" aspect - the batter versus the pitcher. To me, this is far more fascinating and engaging than watching sweaty guys crawl all over each other. And I don't care for the sports where tons of players are constantly moving all over the place - basketball, football, soccer. I have a hard time focusing on the "action" in those sports. Baseball is "civilized" in the sense that an order set of rules dictate pretty much every action, and players have to excel within the framework on a (mostly) individual basis. But our culture has lost patience for this.

Baseball has also largely avoided SJW nonsense, at least until last week when Sports Illustrated tried to create drama around a drunken Astros staffer baiting a female reporter with whom he had a grudge. This has basically nothing to do with the game, though, and could be totally avoided by avoiding the big publications.
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All the official sport organizations are just a globalist tool to manipulate people. I personally rather than watching sports prefer doing them. When I like something, I go and do it. I also enjoyed watching local football (soccer) club with friends, while having some beers and then fighting fans of the other club.

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Watching other men play sports is like watching other dudes fuck girls. In other words, it's just another form of porn. Voyeurism. How many of these sports "fans" are actually sports players themselves? Seems like most of these guys are living vicariously through the players that they cheer on, while they themselves sip carbs on a barstool. It's quite sad, actually. Needless to say, watching sports is a complete waste of time - time that should be spent playing the desired sport. Or at the very least being productively engaged. Sure, it's great to be inspired by great athletes, but following their every movement is borderline insane. Sitting in front of the tube - being sedentary - watching other men - being active - is a great way to slowly erode your self-esteem and catalyze your metamorphosis into a middle aged chump.

The whole spectator culture started with Gladiators in the ancient times. I imagine it must have genuinely enthralling - nothing is more exciting than a battle where only one man makes it out alive. Someone PM me when they bring that back on the air.
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(10-29-2019 06:47 AM)MajorStyles Wrote:  When you are a teenager, you're cheering for athletes that are older/stronger than you. Therefore, your admiration is logical: i.e. they give you something to aspire to. The physical victories of the older athlete can serve as an inspirational metaphor for one's own life.

However, eventually you're a 50 year-old man cheering for some 17 year old that is not your son. It's embarrassing, really. And of course, the identity transfer is also strange: i.e. "What happened to your Steelers this weekend? Oh, my Steelers, etc.

And then, during the week, the "commentators" (i.e.Stephen A. Smith, Max Kellerman) give you the topics of your work week: i.e. Lebron's groin, Kyle Korver's white privilege, sexism in women's water polo, etc. They're not satisfied with merely destroying the Sunday game...they need to desecrate your spirit on a daily basis.

The whole thing functions as a kind of NPC drugging.

Sportsball has become the default put down for the cool kids on the internet who probably sucked at sports to begin with and are looking for payback against the jocks.

Agree with the Major. Nothing wrong with kids looking up to athletes. At a certain age it should start to feel silly.

Still, it can teach the values of strategy and not giving up and pushing past your limits to the young, not to mention the benefits of fitness which are habits that can be ingrained for life.

Why not play them yourself if you like them? Some of the best times in my life I have had wandering into a city I'd never been to and seeing how I measured up against the local basketball talent.

How is this not good, clean fun?

As long as it doesn't become an iron clad measure of your self worth, or aspect of your persona, how is it bad to go out and play some football on a nice fall afternoon?

Seriously. If you mainly do the sport yourself, or teach your kids, and only occasionally watch it, how is this a serious issue?

Had some great joy in life playing pickup basketball, some of the best times of my life, and would hate to deny that to a young person because someone on the internet called it sportsball and insinuated that you were a useful idiot for liking it.

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^^ Agree.

The main focus has got to be playing the sport, learning the sport, and attending local sports events.

Probably better to take your kid to the local HS Basketball tournament to watch then to an NBA game.

Minor leagues and local athletes, are underrated. The tickets are cheaper too.

Regarding OP Question: Yes, I'm tired of sports. I had a conversation with a buddy recently whose kids are going to some pre school with some pretty gay globohomo undertones. Once we got into the conversation and it got a little much, he didn't really want to talk about it. He just wanted to talk fantasy football. My father always said sports are for kids, I agree. Yeah an adult can watch a game, enjoy a team, but when our lives revolve around it we're enslaved in some sort of adolescent state. When I was a teenager, I probably watched 10-20 hours of sports a week, now I watch about 10 - 20 minutes per week.

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Yes! Local high school basketball games are the best! No one gets paid. Still the enthusiasm, awkwardness and innocence of youth.

Don't forget local Special Olympics. They are some of the most fun you will see or have.

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I think watching sports in principle is fine, and ties into basic human nature. I see the parallel in theory between watching other men have sex and watching other men play sports, but I don't think it is valid. I think watching other men play sports has been part of all human history. I think even primitive societies have this sort of thing. Among other things, it's a way for society to recognize and encourage excellence.

I do agree that most modern professional sports are pushing globohomo badly, and I oppose this. However, I would be happy if they just went back to being in favor of natural human values, like family, masculinity, praise for excellence, etc. The way it was just a few decades ago.

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I've never really been one for watching sports, I do enjoy X-games type sports more though. So I got a mountain bike and a dirt jumper bike and ride them. I like hockey so I got a pair of ice skates and skate sometimes, which may pick up now that its winter time and a bit cold/wet to bike now.

Like others say if you like the sport than why not join a league? Theres plently of rec leagues for about any sport you can find, two friends of mine are soccer fans and they play indoor soccer every Sunday.
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What really bothers me about sports and anything homo related is that these two things are at odds with each other. Sports very much brings out the best in people because the it demands excellence from us. To excel at something requires many things, certainly things like skill, which is sadly an attribute not equally distributed. But even for the most skillful among us, sport still demands discipline, devotion...good old grit. Many times a competitors "heart" will win the day. I've been an amateur athlete before and know the sacrifices that are required to do well. The "values", and I shuttered to use that word here, of not only the homosexualists but the broader leftist ideology are not orientated to inspire excellence. They inspire the opposite. With homosexuality, it encourages giving in to urges. To succumb to one's base desires and to put this as the highest of all things. This is a function of the nihilistic culture homosexuality embraces, i.e., it is much better to enjoy the moment for that moment passes and there will never be another. This contradicts the ethos of an athlete, for among the many qualities an athlete must sacrifice many moments in order to achieve not only excellence but triumph over the competition. There is something stoic about it. The homosexual community is wrought with excess, be it drugs and most certainly sex. Irresponsible and impulsive behavior abounds here. It is not stoic. The evidence is overwhelming and such as statement of fact is further proven by the reaction it will garner from pro-homosexual supporters. Expect gnashing of teeth and venom, not because that is false, but rather because it is true. Alternatively, athletes will willingly take criticism if for no other reason than it is the truth and practically because a real athlete will use it to do better the next time. The condition of homosexuality is not a desirable condition. This is not to suggest that such people shouldn't have "rights" as outlined in the Bill of Rights and Constitution. I believe they should. But how can insisting that a small group's sexual choices should be celebrated is a right? Beyond sports, such a policy speaks to a very deep character flaw in that "community". Moreover, defiling oneself, succumbing to your impulsive desires...these are not admirable qualities any person should emulate.
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RE: Can you still enjoy sport in the GloboHomo age?
MajorStyles made a great point about being a teenager compared to a 40 year old or whatever. Capitalism has ruined football/soccer, it's just boring nowadays - and I know it's ironic since I'm a United fan. Boxing is my fave sport but at least it's always been murky at best so you know what you're getting in to beforehand. I actually wanted to go pro as a younger man until I realised I wasn't good enough or brave/tough enough. Anyone who calls a pro boxer a 'coward' or other things I see online need a stern talking to.

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(10-29-2019 12:00 PM)JiggyLordJr Wrote:  Watching other men play sports is like watching other dudes fuck girls. In other words, it's just another form of porn. Voyeurism. How many of these sports "fans" are actually sports players themselves? Seems like most of these guys are living vicariously through the players that they cheer on, while they themselves sip carbs on a barstool. It's quite sad, actually. Needless to say, watching sports is a complete waste of time - time that should be spent playing the desired sport. Or at the very least being productively engaged. Sure, it's great to be inspired by great athletes, but following their every movement is borderline insane. Sitting in front of the tube - being sedentary - watching other men - being active - is a great way to slowly erode your self-esteem and catalyze your metamorphosis into a middle aged chump.

The whole spectator culture started with Gladiators in the ancient times. I imagine it must have genuinely enthralling - nothing is more exciting than a battle where only one man makes it out alive. Someone PM me when they bring that back on the air.
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I just can’t do it any more. As a child of the South, SEC football was practically a religion to me, and I’ve completely given it up. The reasons have all been hashed out here so I won’t beat the subject to death. These days I just watch my kids play and sometimes watch 20 year old Pride fights on video. I suppose today a Pride fight would have a drastically different meaning.
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(10-29-2019 02:46 PM)tomzestatlu Wrote:  
(10-29-2019 12:00 PM)JiggyLordJr Wrote:  Watching other men play sports is like watching other dudes fuck girls. In other words, it's just another form of porn. Voyeurism. How many of these sports "fans" are actually sports players themselves? Seems like most of these guys are living vicariously through the players that they cheer on, while they themselves sip carbs on a barstool. It's quite sad, actually. Needless to say, watching sports is a complete waste of time - time that should be spent playing the desired sport. Or at the very least being productively engaged. Sure, it's great to be inspired by great athletes, but following their every movement is borderline insane. Sitting in front of the tube - being sedentary - watching other men - being active - is a great way to slowly erode your self-esteem and catalyze your metamorphosis into a middle aged chump.

The whole spectator culture started with Gladiators in the ancient times. I imagine it must have genuinely enthralling - nothing is more exciting than a battle where only one man makes it out alive. Someone PM me when they bring that back on the air.
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I don't buy the sports/ porn comparison but if someone believes it I can respect that and understand where they're coming from.

I only watch full USC football games now and that's because I went there. I gave up NFL games a few years back, although I still see highlights on YouTube and such. No full games or devoting basically entire Sundays, and now Monday and Thursday nights to it. Sports, the NFL on particular, is a huge time suck if you let it be.
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(10-29-2019 03:29 PM)BlackLeftLeft Wrote:  I don't buy the sports/ porn comparison but if someone believes it I can respect that and understand where they're coming from.

I only watch full USC football games now and that's because I went there. I gave up NFL games a few years back, although I still see highlights on YouTube and such. No full games or devoting basically entire Sundays, and now Monday and Thursday nights to it. Sports, the NFL on particular, is a huge time suck if you let it be.

Word, the porn comparison is a bit harsh. Now i'm supposed to think of trips to matches in my youth with related and non related males as a form of porn?Confused

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Ever since Formula 1 got rid of grid girls, it's dead to me.

And don't get me started on fantasy football. E. Michael Jones was right - pro sports teams have turned into substitute ethnicities.

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I still enjoy NHL games and Formula 1 races. NASCAR is fun in person. A baseball game here and there in person is fun with friends. Pretty much everything else sucks.
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(10-29-2019 12:00 PM)JiggyLordJr Wrote:  Watching other men play sports is like watching other dudes fuck girls. In other words, it's just another form of porn. Voyeurism. How many of these sports "fans" are actually sports players themselves? Seems like most of these guys are living vicariously through the players that they cheer on, while they themselves sip carbs on a barstool. It's quite sad, actually. Needless to say, watching sports is a complete waste of time - time that should be spent playing the desired sport. Or at the very least being productively engaged. Sure, it's great to be inspired by great athletes, but following their every movement is borderline insane. Sitting in front of the tube - being sedentary - watching other men - being active - is a great way to slowly erode your self-esteem and catalyze your metamorphosis into a middle aged chump.

The whole spectator culture started with Gladiators in the ancient times. I imagine it must have genuinely enthralling - nothing is more exciting than a battle where only one man makes it out alive. Someone PM me when they bring that back on the air.

It's not "sad" or a "complete waste of time" watching the best of the best go head to head in a sport. I agree with those who say that buying and wearing another man's jersey is pathetic, but that's a far cry from taking in a good game.

Being a casual sports fan is fine as it has been for decades...until men (and now women) started acting like fan-actics. Too many people these days have taken it too far and worship the players while buying all sorts of merchandise to support their team.

There's also the fantasy sports league crowd where you are basically playing the stock market with sports players. A fun way to make some money if you're good at picking winners.
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I still watch sports but I watch with the sound off and mostly alone. To me many of the commentators ruin the game and try to create narratives that are not really there. I watch sports mainly basketball (because I played until college) and football. I don't really pay attention to all the outside noise and just focus on the game play and the various strategies teams employ which makes it very enjoyable for me.
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Sports used to be about local communities made of people who actually came from and contributed to said communities facing off against rivals.

Today’s sportsball is corporate team red vs corporate team blue, advertising product and social indoctrination.

I see a lot of white men idol worshipping these players and engage this cuckoldry with their family and wonder why their daughter ends up a single mother with a litter of Tyrone’s.

You don’t see brothers at ice hockey games or cheering on Michael Phelps sixth gold at the olympics. Yet a stadium will be filled with white folk masturbating to usain bolt dash one hundred meters.

I’ve played amateur sport for years. Most families that come to watch cheer on the whole team. Ethnic families only cheer on their tribal member participating in the team.

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RE: Can you still enjoy sport in the GloboHomo age?
Yes, I can.

For me its easy to tune out the politics. I'm well aware that almost all of the athletes I enjoy watching disagree with me politically. That's fine, because just like I don't judge my politicians for their sporting ability, I can care less about the political stances of athletes. It's like listening to a 12-year old say who he's "voting" for president. Completely irrelevant.

As an example, I support the protesters in Hong Kong and thought Lebron's statement on China was a complete joke. I'll still watch a Lakers game and not think twice about it. Why should Lebron's political quote impact how much I enjoy him play basketball?

Too many grown men look at athletes as idols beyond just on the court, and then become upset when it turns out they are just humans who often have an agenda that is contradictory to theirs. Just enjoy the game and tune out the bs.
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Sports, like most things, have become more obviously a sign of the times --- consumeristic, pseudo-religious, and corporate entertainment with the almighty dollar ruling all. I still like them, but the bigger picture of all of them has gotten old and they're just flat out too expensive. Especially when we pay enough to see them in HD or pirate them, why would we bother that much with live games? Then there's the propaganda of using them in tandem with social issues.

Don't worry, they'll start their decline soon, the TV contracts are going to gradually lose value and it will be a significant hit to player contracts in the next 5-10 years. In the right setting, still fun to watch, just gradually join the efforts to starve them of their stinking profits over time and you'll feel even better about it.

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(10-29-2019 06:27 PM)SlickyBoy Wrote:  Ever since Formula 1 got rid of grid girls, it's dead to me.

And don't get me started on fantasy football. E. Michael Jones was right - pro sports teams have turned into substitute ethnicities.

This reminds me of some communist celebration where the directors will be giving flowers and a kiss to the mouth:

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