Re: soccer, waldorf, san marino
- --- In email@example.com, Maurice McCarthy <manselton@...> wrote:
>You made that up..right Maurice? Tell us it ain't so.
> Yet in Britain he said that not to have soccer in school would
> ostracize the children from the national culture, so much was it loved
> by the people of the nation.
> On 10/10/2011, elfuncle <elfuncle@...> wrote:
> > No no no, Frank -- ban all ballgames. In soccer, they are subconsciously
> > kicking heads around and also kicking the Earth itself, just like Adolf
> > Napoleon and Saddam Quaddafi. In Baseball, they are bashing heads and doing
> > violence to the earth with sticks like it were a pinata. Ice hockey is very
> > violent, in tennis they also beat heads and earth, and in basketball they
> > want to throw the Earth into a net, with lots of people competing for the
> > throne like King Richard III. No, ball games are no good, they're the root
> > of all evil, and the Doctor was right but he didn't go far enough.
> > Tarjei
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Frank Thomas Smith"
> > <fts.trasla@> wrote:
> >> This is a very enlightening article. I was actually once in San Marino,
> >> many moons ago.
> >> http://www.nytimes.com/2011/10/11/sports/soccer/san-marino-soccer-team-plays-on-despite-little-shot-at-winning-or-scoring.html?hp
> >> As we know, soccer was not an endearing subject for Der Doktor - who more
> >> or less banned it from the first Waldorf school, claiming that it
> >> engenders violence. Personally I agree with him: soccer is for joiks:
> >> Baseball is the noblest game. However, soccer is probably the world's most
> >> popular sport. What can we do about that? Easy: design a conspiracy that
> >> enables San Marino to win the World Cup.
> >> Frank
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- Frank wrote:
> You made that up..right Maurice? Tell us it ain't so.Well I have overstated it with 'ostracize' but the gist is correct Frank.