Wednesday, November 17, 2004

More Help Understanding Cricket

Many speculate that Cricket was invented not for sport nor entertainment, but colonial supression. Disent and revolution require time for planning, which is a scarce commodity when the war-age males are bashing a cricket ball and running around like chickens in an overused metaphor for days at time. Not suprisingly, soon after the Americans changed the rules of the game and reduced it's duration by 98%, we were dumping tea in the habour and shooting red coats.


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