I hope the officials left a round in the starting gun to shoot themselves with after making that call.
Either I'm right or you're wrong.
Agreed, but that's not why raising an arm is prohibited. It's prohibited to prevent taunting, which can cause harm.Nobody is harmed by doing a dance or pointing a finger.
So you're comparing legitimate athletic competition to WWE wrestling? As someone who watches wrestling myself, I find your example to be outrageous.White people watch WWE wrestling, right? All they do is taunt and celebrate. It's good entertainment. But when a black athlete does it in a football game, oh we can't have that.
I see you totally did not get my point, which I must say does not surprise me.And yes, Joe Paterno is the quintessential figurehead of white sports.
But it's hard for me to reply much more than that, because I don't know what years your generation include.
B) Success has nothing to do with winning.
Well, when you remove the ability to merely celebrate success, as opposed to actual taunting, one might say your means to eliminate taunting doesn't really have anything to do with eliminating tauntingA) Eliminating taunting has nothing to do with "everyone is a winner" mentality.
Indeed it does. Unless you are saying winning has no relation to "the attainment of wealth, position, honors, or the like"B) Success has nothing to do with winning.