Mascot vs. Mascot
Ok, so watch that. I have ESPN on a lot on the TV recently, and this came up. I start hysterically laughing, as I do in these sort of sad/terrible/funny situations. Then the ESPN guys come on and start talking about how this is an outrage and the mascot screening process needs to be looked at. Meanwhile, I’m confused. See, to me this is hilarious. Absolutely hilarious. Then these ESPN reporters start being all serious about it.
What? How? Why do they hate fun? It’s astounding to me that anyone could see that and do anything but laugh. And yet I’m pretty sure that there’s a lot of people out there that are really upset.
How is this relevant? I view political differences as nothing but differences in psychology. Political ideals are just psychological representations of certain aspects of our brain. Politics is the study of psychology. And videos like this and the divisive resulting reactions just go to prove my point in a nonpolitical way.
Oh, and the funniest part, the whole reason the mascot guy tried out to be a mascot is so that he could take down this other mascot. So this whole thing was premeditated for over a year in advance.