[thechat] sport and life?

Norman Beresford n.beresford at anansi.co.uk
Wed Dec 5 12:09:45 CST 2001

Hi Joe

I play Rugby on and off.  I play it because I enjoy the commaradship of the
team, the physicality of the sport , and the social aspect afterwards.  Also
rock climb.

/me ponders whether CS counts as sport

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> Subject: [thechat] sport and life?
> hey gang --
> I'm curious - how many of you play sport on a regular basis? I know rudy
> plays football (can't remember if it's canadian or american).
> all my life I've discounted sport altogether -- but recently I'm really
> enjoying racquetball -- a great game which I'm playing regularly.
> i still pretty much find televised sports unwatchable - but I'm finding
> a greater appreciation for it on a personal level. maybe some modified
> greek mind|body thing going on.
> if I had kids I think I'd be pretty skeptical about time dedicated to
> sport vs. school / intellectual / social pursuits - but I'm rethinking
> that now. here in the usa people definitely take sports too seriously.
> moderation in all things, I suppose.
> er -- so my question -- do you play a sport? if so, what? and why? and
> if not - why? and why not?
> 	- joe <http://artlung.com/>
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