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Others' have done it in the past, so I'm just going to use this thread to share some interesting thoughts of mine. If you enjoy anything, feel free to comment on whatever you enjoy.

My feeling of being an outcast for the majority of the beginning of my life makes more sense now; I don't like sports.
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I'd say its a touch misplaced when these guys get contracts with little performance-checking built in and when so many of your team's apparently best draft picks can sprain something in practice and milk their contract from the bench for the the remainder of their paycheck. Similarly these guys get passed around like joints at a hippy-fest and they're playing against guys they've partied with and often enough played on the same team with. MAJOR dog-and-pony show.

Now, if for most people the tribal impulse is as overbearing and in need of outlet as the need to urinate - I try to have my sympathies. Like you however, especially in this instance example, it's tough for me to relate. Maybe a book will be written by some British occultists in the next few decades called 'The Magical Battle of Manchester United' - every other fan will be doing what they're doing anyway but who knows, maybe a handful of well trained occultists could indeed tip the scales!
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