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Old 05-08-2020, 06:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Since we're in the golden age of watching classic sports, what are you guys watching? Is it stuff you watched at the time? Stuff that's new to you?

For a while I was watching late 90s early 2000s Italian soccer for about half an hour before bed. Truly a golden age for world class talent being run by flamboyant Italian criminals who all loved getting arrested.
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Old 05-09-2020, 09:30 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Oh nice, that sounds fun. Where are you finding old soccer?


I've mostly been on the NBA kick. Most games are 2000's or so, but some back to the 90's. Sorta fun to re-live it all, especially in conjunction with watching The Last Dance.
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Old 05-09-2020, 10:50 AM   #3 (permalink)
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The best places are usually the official youtubes of the teams, leagues, or broadcasters. Basically the people who own the rights so they don't have to try to hide it from copyright claims by making them look terrible.

https://www.youtube.com/user/legacalcioserieatim/videos

https://www.youtube.com/user/INTER/videos

https://www.youtube.com/user/Foxsoccer/videos

Personally I find Lazio in the 90s and early 2000s the most entertaining, they really have the full package. Crazy amounts of money financed by a hometown businessman who would obviously go on to get arrested. A terrible stadium with a running track around the field. Fans that include a large group of violent openly fascist ultras. And to top it all off just an incredible collection of talent. One of their best players family was saved by famous paramilitary / war criminal (depending on who you ask) Arkan during the Yugoslav wars. https://gentlemanultra.com/2016/12/0...f-a-dark-moon/
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The essential masculine ecstasy is in the moment
of release from constraint. This could occur when
facing death and living through it, succeeding in
(and thus being released from) your purpose, and
in competition (which is ritual threat of death). The
masculine is always seeking release from constraint
into freedom. The feminine often doesn’t understand
these masculine ways and needs.
Your basic motivation is to be released from constraint and experience the freedom on the other side. What are some of the most
common forms of masculine ecstasy? Orgasm is one. The typical masculine orgasm, as you probably know, involves a build-up of tension, or
constraint, until the dam finally breaks, and your tension and energy are
released. The post-orgasmic state is one of death-like peace, an emptiness
akin to a blissful oblivion. The masculine is always seeking this release in
one way or another.
Most sports provide this masculine thrill of release from constraint into
freedom. In football, for instance, the team with the ball is constrained
by the other team that is lined up in front and ready to block them. The
challenge is to break through the line and carry the ball to freedom. People with masculine essences become insanely emotional during this ritual
of challenge and release from constraint into freedom. And if the freedom
is achieved, men will shout and cheer, as if their deepest heart desire has
occurred—and it has. This breakthrough into freedom, however it occurs, is the main motive of the masculine. All masculine goals—at work,
on the meditation cushion, or on the football field—are directed toward
more freedom.
The typical masculine desire for freedom involves the feeling of death,
which is the ultimate masculine fear and freedom, in one way or another.
Orgasm is actually called petite mort or “little death” in French. You say
that you hope your favorite football team “kills” the other team, and you
celebrate your financial “killings” with great glee.
You are probably also familiar with darker aspects of the masculine
desire for freedom. War, which is motivated by the desire for freedom,
is a quintessential masculine pursuit. Most sports are ritualized war, but
actual war itself resonates with the core of most men. Even movies about
war—men being at their edge, giving it all they’ve got, up against death
itself, motivated by a higher cause—evoke intense emotion in men. The
capacity to face death for the sake of freedom, whether actually in war or
ritually on the football field or chess board, is the ultimate masculine act,
evoking men’s deepest emotions.

Psychedelics are illegal not because a loving government is concerned that you may jump out of a third story window. Psychedelics are illegal because they dissolve opinion structures and culturally laid down models of behavior and information processing.

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I orgasm thinking about College Football and NCAA Basketball actually happening this year. It's a masculine freedom I'll continue to enjoy <3

There's life and then there is Cubs baseball, it's a chore to seperate the two.
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NASCAR resumes May 17th my fellow sportsfags!
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