I have a lot of hard miles on my body from before I realized I'm not 100% invulnerable. Now I just think I'm 75% invulnerable. -Mr. Anthony
Give me a spouse/life-partner who I don't want to punch in the throat when she talks. -Canio6
I basically live in Canada so no, i dont know anyone completely obsessed with sports. Hockey is pretty big and some people like baseball but thats about it. Maybe its just because you live in a shithole (Detroit) and noone has anything better to do? Plus you got the Redwings, man! Support that shit.
I still think that you would have far more success by rewriting these points in a neutral manner, with less anger and bigotry/racism and accusations and insults. Blaming the show for the advertising is ridiculous- they are capitalizing on the trend, not creating it. Blaming professional sports for the decline of masculinity is a bit overly narrow of a target, as there are far more things involved than what's on tv. Linking professional sports to the breakdown of color barriers is something that has been celebrated for a very long time, all the way back to Jackie Robinson and Hank Aaron and the rest.
You can cut all of that out and still have a valid argument against excessive watching of sports, much like excessive consumption of any media, with specifics directed at the issues men are facing (all men, not just white ones)- things like excessive time, lack of productive output, beer-drinking atmosphere, lack of actual physical activity, etc.
If you can write something like that without being insulting or racist, I might be interested in what you have to say. Mostly, this thread has been entertaining watching everyone get you so worked up, then you finally calming down just a little bit.
There is absolutely nothing wrong with being a white nationalist. There are black nationalists, Asian nationalists, Hispanic nationalists, and so on and so forth- none of which are attacked, or criticized. Unlike the stereotypes, they are not backwoods "racist" rednecks named Cletus. The group has evolved in responsive opposition to postmodern culture and it's world wide.
Longing is the agony of the nearness of the distant
Here's a great article on quitting sports from a manosphere blog. Highlight:
I live in an area of the country where people are absolutely obsessed with college and pro football. This is the typical weekend schedule for 70% my city during the winter months:
10am – Wake up and start drinking
1-10pm – Watch college football
10pm – 2am – Go to the bar
10am – Wake up
11am – Get drunk at tailgate for the local NFL team
1pm – Watch local NFL team game
4pm -10pm – Watch other NFL teams play for fantasy sports purposes