People are willing to pay $65 for the PPVs when these people fight. They are willing to buy $1000 nosebleed seats to watch them live. And here I am saying that every penny is worth it. You get two skilled warriors in a small cage with no shoes or weapons and only 4-ounce gloves and violence is bound to happen. That to me is 1000 times more exciting than watching a 60-minute football game that only has about 13 minutes of excitement or a 9 inning baseball game which is the 12th in 13 days for a team.
Let the Little Things GO
But this article isn’t about shock value or how stupid I was when I was young; it’s about how I realized that some battles aren’t worth my time. I was done with my second long term relationship and it occurred to me that I have never been good with friends or girlfriends/wife because I didn’t just let things go…I wanted to argue or mouth off. I’ve always been the asshole of whichever group I’ve been a part of and that was because of my mouth. I am not a physically imposing man and never have been but I could mouth off with the best of them. I let my opinions fly and even more than that, I would pick at people until situations were bad or people were pissed off. I always looked at it like this; if I can get someone pissed off but they still enjoy hanging out with me, they are real friends. Looking back on it, only 1 person remains from more than a decade ago. I probably ran more friends and girlfriends away than I needed to. Not that I regret it…I am where I always needed to be.
The Destruction of Childhood was Caused by the Last Fun Generation
I know. I know. You see a title like that and instantly your mind starts thinking that I’m being childish and that I have no possible idea what I’m talking about. “Childhood wasn’t destroyed by the children of the 80’s and 90’s” or maybe “Children have it so easy now”. If you’re of that mindset, … Continue reading The Destruction of Childhood was Caused by the Last Fun Generation