I don't really get the appeal, but you do you. Sarcasm, hyperbole, and other forms of 'harmless manipulation' may not be the best for your psyche, though.>>113331395
You have a point. Athletes get paid and trained a lot, so there's more wiggle room to criticize them. But I don't get the appeal. It'd be more fun to pay attention to some specific athletes, and keep a record of their performance over time. Maybe organize a chart, and use a neural network to predict what their next performance will be like.>>113331420>Mouthwater: the reply>>113331639
Idk who divegrass are or what sport they play, but you sound boring.>>113331740
Interesting. Alpha mentality, eh? Rah rah, good luck! Just look down on them in silence, 'cause we all want to have pride in teams (except casual sports fans who just like watching people kick balls around and don't care about the technicalities or celebrity aspect of the game).>>113331858
More like 'lame mentality people picked up one day and unanimously decided on'. That's competitive mindset, I suppose. But it's not as strict in other things, like art contests, video game development, or coding.