BigBallinStalin wrote:ITT, natty_dread defends capitalism and freedom of choice against AoG's rage against people's decisions to sell advertisement space on a sports uniform.
natty_dread's simply commenting on AoG's "religious attitude" regarding the "sanctity of sports teams" (and especially their holy garments, a.k.a. uniforms). From my interpretation, natty_dread is implying that such a stance is irrational, and I'm inclined to agree with him.
If it's not a "religious" reaction against capitalism, then what is it? In other words, why is it wrong for owners of soccer teams to sell advertising space on the team's uniforms?
- natty defending capitalism. you should be able to see what's unusual about that.
- if sports is a "religion" in america, then atheism is a "religion" everywhere.
- it IS rather strange to see the name of a company on a uniform, which is usually used to identify the player for the viewers.
- aog is dumb too but we all already knew that.