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Popularity Of Spectator Sports

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It is no doubt that the popularity of spectator sports in our society brings about greater
social cohesion. For this reason, as a society, we end up achieving greater unity which helps in
binding together as a community, through our shared love of watching sports. However, the
thoughts of both Tarver and Cohn are utterly weird.
I do not understand how the two fail to acknowledge that indeed spectator sports is one of
the few activities which together a lot of people who fans of all genders, races, classes and
political affiliations. I find it plainly laughable that not only does Tarver and Cohn hates the
spectator sports but they see something sinister about them. How does Cohn even feel dismayed
simply because football is a masculine sport played by men? Isn’t she being absurd?
As a football stalwart, I find the two articles by Tarver and Cohn absurd on each level.
The two writers cherry picks every bad thing with spectator sports and comes up with ridiculous
unverified observations and fail to bring themselves to comment positive things about sports.
Most of these fans are working-class voters the very people the left purports to be their will on
earth. But they hate to the very core everything they love, enjoy or find sacred....especially
college football. So-called progressives have been mocking and lecturing working class people
for decades. You are bad for eating factory-farmed meat, owning a gun, and driving an SUV.

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You are bad for speaking the language of micro aggressions and patriarchy and cultural
appropriation. And now you are terrible people for loving college football. This is totally absurd!
In conclusion, I think the two articles are simply part of much of a larger trend of
denigrating everything in working-class culture. This has played perfectly into the narrative that
leftist academics are pompous fanatics. Dems will not win over working-class swing voters in
the event that they persist in ridiculing college football ...that's nuts.

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Surname 1 Student’s Name Professor’s Name Course Date It is no doubt that the popularity of spectator sports in our society brings about greater social cohesion. For this reason, as a society, we end up achieving greater unity which helps in binding together as a community, through our shared love of watching sports. However, the thoughts of both Tarver and Cohn are utterly weird. I do not understand how the two fail to acknowledge that indeed spectator sports is one of the few activities which together a lot of people who fans of all genders, races, classes and political affiliations. I find it plainly laughable that not only does Tarver and Cohn hates the spectator sports but they see something sinister about them. How does Cohn even feel dismayed simply because football is a masculine sport played by men? Isn’t she being absurd? As a football stalwart, I find the two articles ...
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