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CDC Tells Americans To Avoid Cheering During Super Bowl

Posted by $ BobCat 1 month ago to Culture
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Now Big Brother deems it necessary to TELL us how to have fun. Next they will be telling us how to wipe and blow our noses and other offices. I suppose all of the snowflakies and Karen’s will be watching the bowl to observe for and to report all violations. Remember we are only to have fun as per party guidelines and permission.

I haven’t paid any attention to the super bowl in over 20 years and certainly will not listen to anything the cdc (ccp-cdc) has to say. It will be a good day to put in some range time ....
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  • Posted by $ AJAshinoff 1 month ago
    No pro sport deserves a second of my time, attention or money.

    Cardboard cut outs, or CGI, don't breathe. I suspect the statement is present the appearance of attendance.
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    • Posted by mccannon01 1 month ago
      "No pro sport deserves a second of my time, attention or money." Ditto. Been that way for years. If I happen to be on a news channel, sports coming on is my clue to grab the clicker. Even those little snippets are a waste of my valuable life span. As I get older those snippets of lifetime are even more valuable. Just MHO - others are free to decide on their own.

      With that said, have I attended professional sporting events? Yes - when the company I worked for is using the event as a social gathering. I pig out at the buffet, have a great time with my coworkers and then leave when I feel like it. Who's playing? I don't really care - thanks for the free food and the laughs!

      Edit add: I was recently visiting a relative who was a sports enthusiast for certain teams and I had to sit there one afternoon and get tortured during the visit. One saving grace was the completely hilarious playing of the "crowd roars" sound tracks whenever somebody at the studio figured the crowd should roar during the game - the camera crews and editing staff tried to keep it tight, but it was obvious the stands were nearly empty. It was as amusing as a laugh track forced on viewers during an unfunny sitcom. Barf. LOL!
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      • Posted by $ 1 month ago
        Fully agree. Never did like the canned laughter on sitcoms, always felt that I was being told when to laugh. Even during some “live shows” in front of an audience , so I’m told, they use que cards to que the applause etc. it’s all phoney and only for entertaining the unthinking masses.
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  • Posted by $ pixelate 1 month ago
    When it comes to spectator sports, I am oft fond of saying "I would rather watch monkeys fornicate." (except I use a different single syllable F word at the end there). I might also toss in "you remember Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom on TV back in the 70's? Man, those primates sure could get it on."

    More to the topic though -- I do whatever I can, wherever I can, to ignore these small silly control freaks -- Or I point in their direction, smile and laugh.
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  • Posted by $ Abaco 1 month ago
    I think they're taking this whole control thing too far. I'm probably late to the party...haha. I think that, not just us here, but a vast majority of people need to get clarity on the control matrix - the centralized system that's hell-bent on managing every little thing we do. This is approaching Winston hiding in the corner to write in the notebook he keeps hidden in the wall. Seriously...we're getting there. I would like to add a link here for something to think about. One of my favorite golf celebrities just posted this and I thought it was quite astute. I hope you take it in...and see that it applies to us all, really. Thanks...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mzDMC...
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    • Posted by term2 1 month ago
      I was watching some youtube videos of FLASH MOBS, showing impromptu dance and singing groups collecting and performing in airports, shopping malls, etc. I wonder IF we will ever have those again. It was great watch people just enjoying a good performance.
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      • Posted by bobsprinkle 1 month ago
        Unfortunately.....there are many definitions of a "good" performance. A Miley Cyrus dance routine for example.
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        • Posted by term2 3 weeks, 5 days ago
          In any event, it will probably be many many years before anything like these flash mob performances will be allowed again. Crowds will be prohibited for years, and the performances will be banned for liability reasons. Part of the great reset
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  • Posted by freedomforall 1 month ago
    Next these CDC pukes are going to tell me I can't scream at the lying scumbag talking heads and politicians (and CDC assperts) on the fake news.
    Not screaming is bad for my health.
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  • Posted by Owlsrayne 1 month ago
    Based on the last sentence the Dems want to take that away too with the massive draconian legislation of HR 127. This firearms hate bill is finally being reported on YouTube. I recently went to a local gun show and was appalled of the lack of knowledge people had of it.
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  • Posted by $ Stormi 1 month ago
    Next time I listen to the CDC, will be the first time, and this is not it! Any organization which had their own grant to learn how the viurs is made, and track the spread pattern, is not like;u tp gove ,e advice O wamt/
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  • Posted by $ allosaur 1 month ago
    Me dino be a rabid University of Alabama football fan (when younger used to attend home games in Tuscaloosa) who has always found the Super Bowl to be boring for not caring about any of the teams. Last time I watched the Super Bowl years ago I was more entertained by the humorous new commercials that I was going to see over and over later anyhoo.
    Here in the Birmingham area there's a minor league baseball team called the Birmingham Barons but I've never watched any of their games for lacking any interest in even major league pro sports.
    Saw an Atlanta Braves game at the stadium once when visiting a brother who used to live in that city. Only things I recall was that the Braves won (yawn) and the beer was good (yum).
    I call basketball "watching the armpit sport."
    Oh, I was gonna make a joke about Super Bowl spectators cheering as loudly as they want with plastic bags over their heads tied about their necks but decided not to because it wasn't all that funny. Oops.
    Black Sunday is among my top ten most favorite suspense movies. First saw it at a theater in Tuscaloosa with a different brother. He loved it too~~
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xknWZ...
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    • Posted by freedomforall 1 month ago
      I'm really surprise that you liked the (overpriced) beer, dino.;^)
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      • Posted by $ allosaur 1 month ago
        That was way, way, way back during the Seventies. I have no idea how much I paid for that big cup of beer.
        What was memorable is that was the only time in my life when I was in a sports stadium where beer was served. That ain't done in stadiums with a section for college students.
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        • Posted by $ allosaur 1 month ago
          Recall watching Bama home games in the stadium during that decade when all in a sudden I'd catch a scent of whiskey. Then I knew someone had opened a flask near to my seat.
          Such scents gradually became rarer and rarer until about 2010 when Type 2 Diabetes had messed with my feet too much to go to those games.
          Since I almost always had to drive home for an hour after games, I'd do my drinking tailgating before the game so it would wear off during the game.
          Pre-and-post game traffic was so packed between Tuscaloosa and Birmingham that I wanted a clear head. Saw countless games. Never had so much as a fender-bender.
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        • Posted by freedomforall 1 month ago
          Yes, I remember having to hide my flask when I was going to Ga Tech football games as a student in the 70's. At the time, having a flask was required to survive the incompetence of the coaching and playing at Tech.
          Loud yelling wasn't any problem then. [grin]
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          • Posted by AmericanWoman 1 month ago
            Early 70' four of us went to all the Baltimore!!!!!!!COLTS games with brandy bottles tucked in our coats....well...except for my Dad he had steak sandwiches ; ))
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            • Posted by freedomforall 1 month ago
              '70 was a great time for the Colts. Unitas was a fantastic QB in the golden era of pro football.
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              • Posted by AmericanWoman 1 month ago
                Mom and Dad Both were at that game...the memories bring tears to my eyes and later it was me, brother, his friend and Dad....can you imagine for $129 for a season we had all the regular and 2 pre season games....Monday Night game with the Skins was brutal : ))
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                • Posted by freedomforall 1 month ago
                  My only experience attending pro games was much later in LA when the Raiders won the Super Bowl ('84) and a few years after that. The Coliseum was so large that 50 yard line season tickets (in the nosebleed section, of course) were quite reasonable to buy, about $10 per game, iirc. The Raiders never really had a big following in LA even having won the Super Bowl there. Not long after that I lost interest in pro football as the fans were no longer important to players or owners.
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