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Right and Wrong and Football

There is no good reason to watch football. It's a brutal sport. It has long term consequences for it's players. Along with NBA, MLB, the NFL puts its employees in untenable positions.
For everything that's wrong with football, there are of course a number of good things. This is one of them


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