Apr 11, 2007 12:25 AM GMT
Curous what guys on here think about the Immust comment, the reaction (or overreaction) to it, and women's sports in general? I have never in my life listened to Immus. I only know him from the old days when Howard Stern would bash him. I have to admit when I read his comments in the paper I laughed. I think if the only thing people in this country have to complain about are words, then we have it pretty darn good. If you want to experience true discrimination, go to Darfur. As far as women's sports--I am proud that America has a great culture and accpetance of female sports. Soccer, which is supposedly the biggest sport in the world, is dominated in the women's side by American players, this is because America expects their daughters to play sports as much as their sons. Cool. But you cannot compare women's sports with men's, or even boy's. I was watching a boys high school basketball game on TV the other week, then switched to watch the women's NCAA games--the difference was night and day. The women looked like they were playing in slow motion compared to even boys. Does this mean female athletes are nappy haired hos? NO, but the truth is female athletics is only tolerated to appease PC college campuses. The big money is brought in by the men's teams. And I reiterate: if the only thing we can complain about in this country are words and flag displays, then we have NOTHING to complain about.