These are interesting theoretical analyses, but you might as well ask the larger philosophical question: do you experience the same perception of red that I do, even when we are both color normal?
So you’d rather spend three hours watching 11 minutes of action? It is true that if you do not take the time to learn the game, it might not make as much sense as it could. It is also true that if you value scoring over strategy then you should go ahead and soak up the dopamine rush from each touchdown.
Agreed, but of course it will never happen. Too much money at stake.
Yes. Only in America, where 11 minutes of actual action spread over 3 hours is exciting and fast moving, while 90 minutes of near continuous Premiere League play is boring.
I’m not sure to whom this comment is directed. Since no one is tagged, and I am the original comment, by default it would be me. But if that is so you’ve completely missed my point.
It’s amazing how many d-bags here can’t stand that she is doing the right thing for what they perceive to be the wrong reasons. Or is the argument that pick up trash is actually not the right thin to do?
I’ve seen novelty toilet paper with a picture of … oh never mind … let’s not go there.
Correct Ken. Like many bad habits, littering can be contagious.
True, but you can not get addicted to Big Sugar
Well, I was making reference to “why” being a stand-in for the usual “sometimes Y” ending of the grade school memory tool. Either way, if I understand Richard S Russel’s explanation above, w is a vowel in “why” too