Monday, June 20, 2016


It is said, oftentimes, by people wishing to critique the admittedly large amount of money that circulates around the world of professional sports, that sports are, in effect, meaningless. That they convey no real significance to the world at large, and that the profession, in terms of reputation, should pale in comparison to that of, say, a cancer researcher, or NASA engineer. Given, however, that said researchers and engineers meet the same end as athletes, and do so while imparting material changes on well under 0.0000001% of the known universe, it is safe to say that, using a scale that determines that sports are meaningless, one would have to then conclude that all human endeavors are meaningless, and all end in the same, finite conclusion.

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