Hi my name is Hashtag and I’m addicted to Fortnite.
Doesn’t have anything to do with this article but I couldn’t think of another way to introduce myself.
Before I get started I just want to say the only reason I am writing this article is so that when The Oakdale inevitably becomes famous, I can legally say that The Chief owes me some money. And I enjoy money. Now for the serious stuff.
For the past couple of years I have slowly fazed SportsCenter out of my daily viewing habits. I don’t think I am the only person either.
The one show on TV that is dedicated to everything I like (dunks, ankle breaking, touchdowns, big hits, and hole in ones) has turned into a combination of e-news, politics, keeping up with the Kardashians, and the newest NBA players lives they are ruining with their fake ASSets.
My hate for the show started when they introduced a segment about what clothes the players were wearing to the games that year.
Legitimately they had a fashion show on a sports TV program.
My hate grew to an all time high, and have since stopped watching SportsCenter all together, when they gave a she-man the “Arthur Ashe Courage” award at the ESPY’s. The only award show I enjoy.
There are people who quit sports to fight for our country. There are people who use their millions of dollars, and donate it for kids to go to college.
Yet they gave the award for courage to a person turning into a woman.
In my opinion if you want to change from man to a woman, great. Sitting down to pee is probably easier anyways because you don’t have to worry about spraying every where when you sneeze. If you want to be gay, trans, bi, good for you, don’t care. But at the end of the day is that really something to receive a courage award for?
Since then I have ceased watching SportsCenter and get all of my sports news from Twitter and Instagram, and as my boy from We are the Millers said, “No ragrets.”
Feel free to agree or disagree in the comments section. And then ponder this…..
Bruce was a more attractive woman than Caitlyn.
See you in the comments.