Getting caught up on the Monday Morning Podcast at work today when I came across this gem. Thought you guys would appreciate this.
Tl;dr: Women are becoming active participants in the NFL quicker and quicker, year after year. Not because they enjoy football and want to be involved, but because they hate for men to enjoy something without them.
With Super Bowl Sunday coming up day after tomorrow, this felt especially relevant reflecting on how many manipulated men across the country will be only allowed to watch the big game in the company of his owner.
I'm an enormous fan of the NFL, and it's sickening to see one of the few pastimes that historically have been ubiquitously male being androgenized by the attention-seeking of women. Women have no real interest in the mathematics and statistics of the sport, the intelligence of the design, and especially the physicality involved.
The underlying reason for female intrusion of an all-male sport is not because women feel they should be equal in this arena, but quite the opposite. The honest reason women want to move into the realm of the NFL and football in general is solely because they are excluded.
As a married man, Burr states in fucking plain as day terms here the bald truth: women hate to see men having fun and enjoying something without them.
Lesson learned: Next time we find something we truly enjoy on a grand scale that is completely male in its existence, we keep that shit under wraps. Rule one, goddamnit.
Just some thoughts to get your Friday rolling. Happy weekend to all my unmarried brethren out there who will be watching the big game with their real companions rather than their captors.