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The claim that men like seriously to battle one another to some sort of finish is a myth Or is it Lets examine the facts Football is a sport It is a sport in which body wreckage is one of the leading conventions Football is the number one contact sport When you are young football is fun or at least it is supposed to be Running on the damp green grass early Saturday morning no refs no rules no worries But as the years progress the game changes You are introduced to a dog eat dog kind of game It is sort of a victory by ordeal we hurt them more than they hurt us This concept is very much similar to the Anglo-Saxin warfare Differing in one minor way there is little or no protest against football War on the other hand is considered a malitious bloodbath Can you spot the difference between the two I couldnt at first but then I had the chance to read Beowulf and that passage changed my mind The only way the people in Beowulfs story could get into heaven was by earning fame They needed to prove themselves strong immortal and have a song made about them to prover that they are in fact worthy of a spot in heaven And Beowulf uttered his final boast Ive never known fear as a youth I fought in endless battles I am old now but I will fight again seek fame still if the dragon hiding in his tower dares to face me Not only are war and football alike in game but they are alike in name The family resemblance between football and war is indeed striking Their languages are similar field general long bomb blitz and take a shot Those are just to name a few Their principles and practices are alike mass hysteriaa the art of intimidation absolute command and total obedience As if this
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