Saturday, January 09, 2010

The Shit You Read

But rather than taunting, I'd call what I'm referring to as emotional
button pushing.

There certainly is no place in a civilized game being played civilly among gentlemen for such egregious behavior as button pushing, or button pulling, or buttoning or unbuttoning for that matter.

I think there's a difference between trash talk/bravado and
intentionally destabilizing your opponent using the exact boundariless
system that allows you to get away with it in the first place.


You are, of course, talking about the current system that allows for intentional opponent destabilization. A system that is, effectively, without boundaries, and therefore boundary less, that is, without boundaries.

When you are allowed to tweak your opponent at an emotional level
without any fear of penalization, there is something seriously
wrong.


You know, I can’t say that any of us should have to live our lives in fear of penilization, but maybe that’s just me. Nonetheless, I am in no way in favor of emotional tweaking; the physical kind is so much more entertaining. Like when Moe tweaks Curly’s nose. Now that shit is funny.

You can defend Biscuit all you wand but anyone who played Double
Happiness knew those guys were the biggest group of dickheads on the
west coast and what they did went well beyond taunting and certainly
went well beyond cheating.

You had me right up to this point, because even as I agree that there’s no place in the game for button pushing or destabilization or a lack of adequate penalization, I can’t follow you to the place where Double Happiness are dickheads and taunters and cheaters. I mean, that had to be some really bad weed you were smoking, and life’s too short to smoke bad weed, or drink bad beer.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

i dunno, i'd drink a pbr without much of a problem.......fuck if i'm smokin some schwag dirt weed.

Anonymous said...

Penalization, bravado/deSTABilizing, button pushing, 'wand' instead of 'want'...

KD, whoever you are replying to, they have some seriously weird sexual issues. Italics can't cover their problems.

Anonymous said...

When we discuss spirit, we should probably consider how formalizing competition encourages us to act:
http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/freedom-learn/200912/the-morally-questionable-lessons-formal-sports-i-new-look-the-classic-robb

DH said...

Ken, I can only imagine how frustrating it is to you that even those who intend to support you or advocate on your behalf, are unable to string together grammatically correct sentences.

I remember once, during a season with WSL All Stars, you confronting me after a point and saying: "Sometimes I look at you and I can tell you don't want it." Man, were you ever dead on. Sometimes I didn't. That's why I was never better than so-so. But you and Pat and the rest of the band, you guys DID, every single time. Formal restrictions on Hall entry that override the essential qualities of athletic excellence do indeed make the whole process a wince-fest, at least from my (wincing) perspective.

Of course I realize that you don't care, except in the wry way that you do, and that my words here only call attention to the ways in which I'm missing your point. But I'd like to think I'm missing your point without scattering misplaced modifiers like bread crumbs. In fact, I'm tempted to continue typing grammatically correct sentences, because that part, at least, might bring you a modicum of happiness.

-Vinny

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