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Well obviously very few of them actually come from Auburn. But most of their students come from high schools within a 300 mile radius. And almost all high schools in America have an American Football program. It's just a huge sport here. So All these kids come in to play at the top level for at least 4 years for free (A lot of them on some football scholarship) and it's a huge source of revenue. That's because college football is considered more fun to watch than professional football to a lot of people. I'm not sure I can pinpoint why, but I can think of a few reasons. Like one big thing is the student sections, they're so much more passionate than the average nfl stadium crowd. Also I think that the less truly professional players there are, the more common mistakes are. It just makes it a more interesting game when you can't be sure that one team isn't going to blunder and let the other team get a huge comeback going. Another thing is that there are just so fucking many. Every high school in America sends their few best players to colleges. And the few best players in these colleges are trying to get into the NFL. That's a lot of filters for great talent. It's not even that simple, because there are multiple divisions. The division one colleges get the most talented players, and there are 128 of them, compared to the 32 football teams. That's exactly 4 times as many. So it also ends up being more exciting to watch the best few of 128 battling it out compared to the best few of 32. And again, they can afford these huge programs and stadiums because there is an enormous market for it and they're only paying some scholarships for their players compared to the millions that nfl players get.
It surprises me too how big it is here, but I live in a pretty isolated town in the mountains that is also big on football. We have about 40,000 people and our stadium seats about 66000. People come from all over to watch our games, it's ridiculous.
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Auburn is from my home state. American football is second only to God in Alabama. Maybe even above God depending on which part of the state you are in.
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It's a highly populated event and therefore a target for terrorism by vehicles. You don't usually get this many people crammed together. It's certainly more effective than a axeman on a train, suicidebomber infront of a winebar or a shooter at a marathon.
Is it a bonus for the terrorist that the event/area has some national symbol?
yes ofc, but you have to consider - How often do you get this kind of crowd in an open space, without it having some form of symbol related to traditions, culture or democracy.
Also the truck was hijacked in Berlin, the original driver was polish.
The fact that it's a public and open space just means it's a good place to carry out a terrorist attack, but that's not the attack's motivation. If I drive to the grocery store, I'm not driving just for the sake of driving. There's a reason I'm driving, and that's to get groceries. Driving is just a convenient way to get there. What you're implying is that he carried out the attack just for the sake of killing a lot of people for no reason. That's ridiculous. Terrorism happens because the attacker is religiously or politically motivated. And in this case, we're talking about a Christmas-themed marketplace, and the attacker was a Muslim who had pledged his loyalty to ISIS, who, in case you're behind with the news, are famously anti-Christian. What other evidence do you need?
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Maybe an addition into juvenile low-quality humor I really enjoy is dank memes. Because indeed it's sometimes just funny as fuck even though it's often very very bad, but the difference is it doesn't feel cringeworthy to me when it's not supposed to.
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