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I don't miss professional sports, do you?

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Posted By: Big Bopper, 7/13/2020 6:09:21 PM

As for baseball, let’s be honest. It’s boring to watch and it’s even boring to play. Ordinary people who aren’t being paid to play baseball cannot endure it except by playing it co-ed with beer, which makes practically anything endurable including watching paint dry. About 90% of baseball consists of the players standing around while touching their privates whenever the TV camera is pointed at them or sitting around the dugout pretending to watch the other team while touching their privates. They often spit. Why do people pay to see millionaires lolling about in a park and hiding in a little concrete bomb shelter while spitting and touching their privates?


Come to think of it, is there a bigger time-waster?

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Reply 1 - Posted by: marbles 7/13/2020 6:16:41 PM (No. 477225)
No, but you can't go by me. My preferred participation sport is 8 Ball, and bullfighting for in person viewing.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Jerseyden 7/13/2020 6:16:43 PM (No. 477226)
Baseball Basketball and Hockey all have seasons to long. I tune in during the playoffs. Football each week is meaningful because of the limited number of games.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Newtsche 7/13/2020 6:17:18 PM (No. 477230)
Baseball fans ruined the game for me, so much talk about so little. And yes, boring to watch mostly and trouble to play. You stand around doing nothing for extended periods, then you're called on to go all out at a moment's notice. Turn an ankle, pull a muscle, tear up a shoulder, recreation! I'm fully enjoying the general lack of suffocating, self-important, microcosm-of-the-universe sports blather
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Midnight Rambler 7/13/2020 6:17:46 PM (No. 477231)
Only read headline. I miss the amount of money it generates for the economy. I think it's more than most realize.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: jjs 7/13/2020 6:20:35 PM (No. 477234)
No worries for sports - BLM henchman Biden will make you watch sports. Your racist if you try to look away. Seriously, wait till all the black athletes have to give up their multimillion dollar homes and their bling to stay out of poverty. They need us way more than we need them.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: seamusm 7/13/2020 6:22:27 PM (No. 477236)
Not anytime soon. I will miss the excitement and talent under pressure. I will miss my favorite 'home' teams but I won't miss people graced with physical abilities beyond my conception acting out and pretending they (like actors) have any expertise beyond their athleticism or superficial beauty. I won't miss the preening and lecturing from those with nothing other than their skin color. I get it that they are tired of being stopped by police for nothing but driving while black (DWB). But Floyd died of his drug OD not by police and suffocation. Brooks died because he fired a weapon at the head of a policeman. I hold in honor ALL those who serve and keep us free and safe. The only reason we've not had black professional athletes rioting is because they already have it made and were able to hole up in their wealthy homes during Covid. I can do without it all. But I do need to stop paying to be insulted. I need to cancel my cable ESPN.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: volksford 7/13/2020 6:23:45 PM (No. 477239)
I ain't watchin' and I ain't buy'n to hell with them, I don't care.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Ida Lou Pino 7/13/2020 6:24:11 PM (No. 477240)
I grew up in Ebbets Field - - watching hundreds of fabulous Brooklyn Dodger games. Those were the teams later named The Boys Of Summer - - Pee Wee Reese, Carl Furillo, Duke Snider, Jackie Robinson, Gil Hodges, Roy Campanella, Don Newcombe, Carl Erskine, Preacher Roe. I've always found baseball to be tense, exciting, and beautiful. And anyone who doesn't isn't a real American! Pfooey on you, Glenn Beaton - - you're obviously not from Brooklyn!
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Reply 9 - Posted by: franq 7/13/2020 6:26:26 PM (No. 477247)
Don't miss sports at all. But I do miss normal life, and I don't think it's returning anytime soon.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: fayebeck 7/13/2020 6:33:03 PM (No. 477258)
People who claim baseball is boring and too slow are nuts. In a pro football game of 4 quarters of 15 minutes each the actual "action", running plays, is about 12 minutes. With lots of standing around. Anyway I've been done with pro sports for years due the the jive assed celebrations. Just became too annoying and obnoxious.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: AltaD 7/13/2020 6:35:11 PM (No. 477264)
Short answer - no, I don't miss professional sports. Longer answer - we dropped cable a few years ago so in recent years I could only watch the handful of Cubs games that were on free network TV stations. This year all Cubs games were to be broadcast on the team's new cable network so I wouldn't be watching right now anyway. I never watched NBA or NHL and will be boycotting NFL.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: MDConservative 7/13/2020 6:40:38 PM (No. 477270)
Interestingly, the link to the Original Article ( doesn't work. Is there now virtue in denying interest in various "traditional" pastimes? Whatever.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: 4Justice 7/13/2020 6:43:23 PM (No. 477271)
Come to think of there a bigger waste of millions of dollars???? Just think of all the good that could be done with that money if we didn't give it to a bunch of primadonnas with attitude problems and their handlers.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: bad-hair 7/13/2020 6:52:30 PM (No. 477280)
The only sport I pay any attention to is Formula 1 racing. Every year, the past record lap times fall. The ten top drivers over a 2 minute lap finish in qualifying within one half of a second of each other and the first four can easily be within a tenth of a second. NFL toast, NBA toast, MLB probably toast. Any team kneeling when they play my national anthem can kiss my butt good bye.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Ashley Brenton 7/13/2020 6:57:58 PM (No. 477285)
Baseball is still infinitely superior to soccer. Years ago I remember reading a retired British politician saying the best thing about being retired is you don't have to pretend in public that soccer is anything but a crashing bore.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: bogeegolf 7/13/2020 7:04:55 PM (No. 477299)
Just golf and hockey. Both sports I still play. Also watch college hockey since I have two nephews that play
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Reply 17 - Posted by: stablemoney 7/13/2020 7:23:32 PM (No. 477327)
The owners, players, commissioners, sportscasters, CEO's destroyed sports, Now, it is about politics, player pay, player grievances, player follies, all day, every day. Definitely not the relaxing escape from the stresses of life. Now only more stress and hatred. No, I won't be watching.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: enemyofthestate 7/13/2020 7:23:57 PM (No. 477329)
May NFL and NBA crash and burn. Answering the question, no, I do not miss sports.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: BarryNo 7/13/2020 7:24:33 PM (No. 477330)
Havent missed professional sports for YEARS now.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: DVC 7/13/2020 7:25:31 PM (No. 477333)
No, but I never much watched anyway. Occasionally would see an NFL game if my wife was watching or a college game. Never watched golf or baseball on TV. Used to watch Formula 1 racing. but they are strangling that one, too. Number of cars on the grid is well down, and they have such sad rules that it is way, way too expensive to field a team. And the cars are stupid hybrids, and their aerodynamics are extremely fragile, so a bump and you are out of the race, and a front nose with front wing literally costs $100,000. Really easy to make a minor mistake and the damage is $500,000 to a couple of cars. Slowly, slowly F! is killing itself. And now the half black driver, Hamilton, insisted on having the Mercedes cars that he is on the team for repainted from the historic German Racing Silver to black....for BLM crapola. Give me a break.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: sternben 7/13/2020 7:31:10 PM (No. 477344)
Ida Lou Pino left out Billy Cox (third base)
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Reply 22 - Posted by: or gate 7/13/2020 7:43:52 PM (No. 477367)
I loved (past tense) football. Now I will only watch curling.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: VirtuDawg 7/13/2020 8:43:42 PM (No. 477412)
Haven't watched a single minute of NFL since Krapernick started kneeling, and now, with the NFL caving in to the BLM "movement" (in its literal meaning), I have even less incentive to watch. Will not follow the NBA any more for their support of BLM, and am disappointed with MLB players for their demands for full salaries while playing only a partial season.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: SALady 7/13/2020 8:57:41 PM (No. 477429)
The only pro sports I cared about the last decade or so was the NFL, and they totally lost me three years ago (when the entire Cowboys team kneeled on the 50 yard line in solidarity with the racist America-hating thugs -- and I had been a die-hard Cowboys fan for 50 years before that)!!! I haven't watched a down of the NFL in 3 years and don't miss it at all!!! Baseball is boring unless you are in the stadium watching it live. Basketball is boring and way too "urban" for my taste (with the constant rap "music" playing in the background). And, living in Texas, hockey is about as foreign a concept as you can find (and yes, I know we have the Dallas Stars, but I have never seen them play). So, short answer, I absolutely don't miss pro sports at all!!! The sad thing is that, due to all the spoiled "woke" college football players making demands of their colleges (and the colleges folding and giving in instead of telling them to take a hike and pulling their scholarships), I probably watched my last down of college football in the national championship game last January.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: TCloud 7/13/2020 9:06:54 PM (No. 477441)
Naw! Not missing em and hey, how about those new Washington Weenies...
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Reply 26 - Posted by: griddog1 7/13/2020 9:11:17 PM (No. 477447)
If they shut down the NFL this coming season they will need to build more prisons!
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Reply 27 - Posted by: Timber Queen 7/13/2020 9:39:22 PM (No. 477471)
My Dad, and therefore the family, was only into baseball...Dodger Baseball. We'd visit his parents every Sunday afternoon in Echo Park, not far from the proposed new Dodger stadium. Every week we drove to an overlook of the stadium's location. The first week we saw a shanty town in a small canyon, Chavez Ravine, and the next week bulldozers had already started moving dirt. I saw Dodger stadium built week by week and well remember the first game we attended shortly after the opening; lower deck, third base line - where we would always sit. My Dad was personally proud of the new modern stadium, especially no ads on the outfield fence - LA was classy not like those old eastern ball fields. I remember when the palm trees were first planted and only came up to my little girl knees. We watched them grow over the outfield fence until they were taller than the scoreboard. I remained a Dodger fan into adulthood until the O'Malley family sold the team. The new owners immediately put up advertisements on the outfield wall. That was it for me and professional sports. Looks like I was well ahead of the curve (ball).
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Reply 28 - Posted by: leonardo 7/13/2020 9:47:43 PM (No. 477476)
If you miss pro sports my unsolicited advice would be to "get a life." Too harsh? Spectating pro sports is a waste of time unless you have absolutely NOTHING ELSE TO DO but watch Prima Donna millionaires prance around while they receive exorbitant pay and disrespect America. But there's a REASON that sports fans are called "fans." So there's NO arguing with those fanatics for whom only sports will bring them any enjoyment. Not much to aspire to.
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Reply 29 - Posted by: doublesharp 7/13/2020 9:59:37 PM (No. 477489)
miss em like I miss a toothache
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Reply 30 - Posted by: skacmar 7/13/2020 10:06:30 PM (No. 477497)
Do I miss s bunch of millionaire primadonnas lecturing me on how hard they have it and how oppressed they are while driving away to one of their mansions in their Bugatti? Do I miss my favorite TV or radio show being preempted by a boring baseball game for months on end? NO NO NO. Sports can stay cancelled. I'm sure I'll get over it.
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Reply 31 - Posted by: Strike3 7/13/2020 10:10:04 PM (No. 477500)
Finally, somebody said it. America's Sport is a boring waste of time. All of the players now look like Paul Bunyan. I couldn't tell you who won a World Series since the '69 Mets. I think it's a cop out for husbands who do not want to be nagged for sitting on the couch, drinking beer and eating chips. "But honey, I'm watching the game."
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Reply 32 - Posted by: edgar 7/13/2020 10:16:00 PM (No. 477506)
I do hope the NFL team in DC drops its name but does not assign a new name, thereby going with The Team Formerly Known as the Redskins so that people still have to say Redskins.
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Reply 33 - Posted by: watashiyo 7/13/2020 10:53:33 PM (No. 477526)
Not watching any professional sports in U.S.A.!
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Reply 34 - Posted by: Rumblehog 7/13/2020 11:19:28 PM (No. 477542)
No, because actually. I despise all professional sports.
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Reply 35 - Posted by: SALady 7/14/2020 12:23:28 AM (No. 477568)
Actually, the only thing that would get me to watch football again is if the Redskins change their name to the "Washington Donald Trumps"!!!!! Oh the lie-beral meltdowns -- especially in the swamp!!!
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Reply 36 - Posted by: ussjimmycarter 7/14/2020 12:34:11 AM (No. 477571)
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Reply 37 - Posted by: PChristopher 7/14/2020 2:25:31 AM (No. 477591)
I'd rather watch an episode of Svengooli
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Reply 38 - Posted by: Jesuslover54 7/14/2020 3:02:14 AM (No. 477611)
Not since Andy Pafko.
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Reply 39 - Posted by: Trigger2 7/14/2020 3:22:02 AM (No. 477620)
These dumb athletes take a knee and then complain they aren't getting enough millions for play time. I hope they all go broke.
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Reply 40 - Posted by: thethirdruffian 7/14/2020 7:21:30 AM (No. 477708)
I have somehow gotten into watching powerlifting and Olympic lifting, male and female. There is one Spanish lady, stunningly pretty and very lady like, from her perfect hair in a bow to her Hello Kitty weight belt — with some awesome legs on her that I’ve particularly watched with interest, such that my wife hit me on the back of the head.
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Reply 41 - Posted by: MickTurn 7/14/2020 9:05:20 AM (No. 477803)
There is no such thing as 'Professional' Sports...Now if you're talking about Political Sports, yes, I DO NOT miss any of it!
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Reply 42 - Posted by: ROLFNader 7/14/2020 10:11:21 AM (No. 477901)
The average MLB game ( 9 innings) takes 3 hours to play. It contains seven minutes of action, including the windup and the pitch. Anymore questions?
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