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NBA...I'm tired of hearing about you.

Monday, February 21, 2011

Ok, so this is nothing earth shattering..but as one who listens to ESPN every day on the way in to work and home, I am already so SICK of hearing about Carmello Anthony and other NBS nonsense. Does anyone else get irritated with all the NBA talk? I'm just cranky because football is OVER and the only inkling of discussion is the draft which is still over a month away. *SIGH* Baseball puts me in a bad mood too! :) America's game may be dandy for some, but it bores me to tears....and it goes on FOREVER. Didn't we just finish the world series? Now it is constant spring training jabbering....

Ok, I need to take my cranky self to bed!
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    Your horizons are fine! I happen to have other sports "distractions" this time of year and one is just coming to an end (supporting my alma mater's basketball teams). Time to line up the next. I'm convinced most people, especially radio and TV personality have too much air time to fill with stuff that's REALLY not noteworthy and have to make it sound important — that's why they blow everything out of proportion and repeat it every 10 minutes...in case you missed it.
    2680 days ago
    Are we sisters parted at birth? LOL I love football and that's about where it ends. I'm glad there are other sports for other people to enjoy but they aren't for me.

    I've never understood all the excitement about NBA or MLB. I get why we like football. It's a strategy game. There are so many more factors going on there. Football is a physical game that's a lot more mental than most games.

    I miss football. . .waaaaaaaahhhhhhh!

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    2680 days ago
  • BARBIE176
    I don't like all the jabbering period. You do, however, need to expand your horizons to include other sports. I love baseball, but I don't like all the jabbering there either. I also love NASCAR and was pretty excited that a rookie won the Daytona 500. He turned 21 the day before the race and was the youngest ever to win. Pretty exciting stuff! I hope you had a nice night's sleep! emoticon
    2680 days ago
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