Super Bowl Sunday.
The good. It got here.
The Bad. It’ll take a year to get here again.
Speaking of Football. A pundit was speaking of brain trauma to football players. He said that ninety of ninety-four brains of ex-players showed signs of brain trauma.
And then he was asked who he favored in the Super Bowl and he eagerly spoke to Carolina. He was waiting the game with great expectation.
I can relate to all of that. Somehow, knowing that players know the risks doesn’t lessen my expectations to a good game where grown men attempt to inflict bodily harm on one another. Even watching players duck away from hits they know will be delivered doesn’t lessen the expectation of the violence.
NASCAR wrecks, football hits, boxing blows, and a sad realisation that kicks and blows of the octagonal ring are delivering the same damage doesn’t keep us from desiring more of the same, does it.
So we make provisions to care for the insane we create, the wounded and lame players and participants and seek the next Champion.
Then we make waves over:
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) – Kansas apparently won’t join several other states that have passed recent laws aimed at making it more difficult for domestic abusers to have weapons.
Have you noticed the number of women getting tried for Domestic Abuse with gun and knife lately?
From the reaches,