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  1. <p>I haven't been posting much lately and that is because my usual writing slot is the late night shift, a shift that doesn't prosper with my recent fortnight of 4am west coast wakeups to become up and sprightly for World Cup soccer. I am <a href="" alt="Stan Mikita Jersey" title="Stan Mikita Jersey"><strong>Stan Mikita Jersey</strong></a>  not the worlds biggest soccer fan, not really close. I support my local team, but don't follow an adopted European team or anything.</p><p>I feel both a sort of kinship between as being a soccer fan and being a baseball fan and at the same time an entire separation between the two. Soccer supporters are recognized for rowdine s while baseball fans have become a sedate bunch. Baseball provides an endle s about of quantifiable information <a href="" alt="Patrick Sharp Jersey" title="Patrick Sharp Jersey"><strong>Patrick Sharp Jersey</strong></a>  while soccer is all fluid. However, both sports appear to have boredom listed his or her number 1 distraction. This despite the average baseball game has more game action than the average football game and despite soccer having that ever-running clock. </p><p>What it comes down, I believe is that any sport seems boring unle s you have some sort of curiosity about it, regardle s of inherent quality of activity that is going on. Car racing is almost non-stop action, however i cannot stand watching it. Basketball has tons of scoring but I watch the final three minutes take 20 minutes to play and Im cursing in the Television set for that teams to prevent calling timeouts and merely play. I know I'm not alone and that i know you will find people out there literally 180 degrees different.</p><p>I think going from soccer neophyte to genuine soccer fan has made me consider what  <a href="" alt="Dan Carcillo Jersey" title="Dan Carcillo Jersey"><strong>Dan Carcillo Jersey</strong></a> gets me, and perhaps others, thinking about a sport. I believe there's a tendency to end up entrenched in strong opinions about areas we have little expertise in. A belief that opinions on matters ought to be formed instantly after which never changed. Sports radio may be responsible, or media in general, or a large number of po sible influences. </p><p>Regardle s, we ought to all make an effort to open ourselves up more. Not just reconsidering viewpoints that we didnt accept, but also to viewpoints that didnt agree with us. Baseball is boring many people say. We dont think so. We <a href="" alt="Dustin Byfuglien Jersey" title="Dustin Byfuglien Jersey"><strong>Dustin Byfuglien Jersey</strong></a>  find endle s avenues in this game to fascinate us. The next time somebody criticizes the game, consider sharing that which you love about it. What exactly is it about baseball that gets you to watch every day?</p>
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