I'm not a sports fan at all, to be honest, although Baseball has a sort of soothing rhythm that's almost elegant -- and I am, for no knowable reason, a total sucker for baseball movies -- but our football goes way past uninteresting.
It's a violent, thuggish, ugly game, causing terrible injuries to its players, and, I believe, a coarsening of our culture.
So I couldn't possibly care less about the championship game being played this coming week-end.
But I am deeply offended that the American professional football organization, the National Football League, while pushing this ludicrous contest of steroidal troglodytes so far down the throats of the American media that it's unavoidable, feels it has a right to use threats of litigation to keep people who haven't paid them from mentioning by name.
Suck my balls, NFL!