GORDON: The GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAAAAAL of today’s topic is to discuss sports, ladies and gentlemen- which I thought appropriate, considering the devastating defeat of Brazil at the hands of Germany.
KAT: Yeah, it was a real blitzkrieg.
Are you a sports guy Gordon?
GORDON: Classy, Kat. Bring up the darkest and most shameful elements of German history on this, their proudest day.
But to answer the question, no, not at all. I’ve always been an adherent of the belief that if you’re not playing it, it’s probably not all that interesting.
KAT: My apologies to all my fellow Germans out there.
And yes, I think you are really on to something there. The only sport I’ve enjoyed watching at all is soccer and that’s just because I’ve played it (terribly, but I did play) so I understand (most of) the rules.
So, did you actually watch any of the games in the World Cup?
GORDON: None whatsoever.
I did follow it a little bit, but only to gauge the reactions of average Americans to the comparative success of the team. This has probably been the most invested the American public has been in the sport.
Or anything, really.
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