"Sports" category

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"Sports" category

Postby fennel » Thu Sep 13, 2012 10:08 pm

Spectator Sports/Sports Entertainment/Sports Industry – or whatever – needs its own category. It really has nothing in common with "biking" –– or even "recreation," as far as I can tell, though I may be a bit traditional in that regard.

Tyring to think of categories similarly sensible as Sports, Recreation[,] & Biking, I came up with:
* Sports, Linguistic Analysis, & Linoleum
* Sports, Theology, & Bayesian Algorithms
* Sports, Anorexia, & Performance Gavage
* Sports, Monastic Tradition, & Practical Paralysis

Conversely, these might work:
* Sports, Catatonia, & Market Analysis
* Sports, Video Sampling, & Ocular Seizures
* TV

There must be others, I'm sure ...

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Re: "Sports" category

Postby Detritus » Thu Sep 13, 2012 10:57 pm

Sports, Recreation, & Dressage

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Re: "Sports" category

Postby narcoleptish » Fri Sep 14, 2012 11:47 am

fennel wrote:
* Sports, Linguistic Analysis, & Linoleum


Some might call it "sport" to examine how many ways to say "I love you" whilst rolling around on the kitchen floor.

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Re: "Sports" category

Postby Stebben84 » Fri Sep 14, 2012 12:23 pm

narcoleptish wrote:Some might call it "sport" to examine how many ways to say "I love you" whilst rolling around on the kitchen floor.


Never thought what I was doing could be considered a sport. I guess I was wearing spandex.

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Re: "Sports" category

Postby ilikebeans » Fri Sep 14, 2012 12:39 pm

Stebben84 wrote:
narcoleptish wrote:Some might call it "sport" to examine how many ways to say "I love you" whilst rolling around on the kitchen floor.

Never thought what I was doing could be considered a sport. I guess I was wearing spandex.

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Thanks for the laugh after getting worked up in the politics categories.

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Re: "Sports" category

Postby Kenneth Burns » Fri Sep 14, 2012 12:48 pm

Stebben84 wrote:
narcoleptish wrote:Some might call it "sport" to examine how many ways to say "I love you" whilst rolling around on the kitchen floor.


Never thought what I was doing could be considered a sport. I guess I was wearing spandex.


Is that a team sport or an individual sport?

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Re: "Sports" category

Postby Stebben84 » Fri Sep 14, 2012 12:52 pm

Kenneth Burns wrote:
Stebben84 wrote:
narcoleptish wrote:Some might call it "sport" to examine how many ways to say "I love you" whilst rolling around on the kitchen floor.


Never thought what I was doing could be considered a sport. I guess I was wearing spandex.


Is that a team sport or an individual sport?


It can be both depending on my mood.

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Re: "Sports" category

Postby narcoleptish » Fri Sep 14, 2012 4:12 pm

So your uncle's mood doesn't count?

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Re: "Sports" category

Postby Stebben84 » Fri Sep 14, 2012 6:11 pm

narcoleptish wrote:So your uncle's mood doesn't count?


No, cause I wear the pants in that relationship. Or should I say lack there of.

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Re: "Sports" category

Postby Madsci » Fri Sep 14, 2012 10:02 pm

How about carrying ones CSA farm share on a bicycle in the late summer when you have large heavy items like melons, winter squash, and potatoes, plus delicate items like peppers, tomatoes, and lettuce.

One must balance the load in each panier basket, strap extra light behind the seat, and carry delicate items in a back pack. The hardest part was getting on the bike and crossing E Johnson St during evening rush hour.


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