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Sunday Morning Fight.
Wore this to watch a Sunday morning boxing match live on streaming video at (where else?!?) Attica with my friends.
It was a good change of pace and definitely worth waking up for on the most chill out of days especially since the boxer we were rooting for won.
Who knew I’d enjoy such an adrenaline fueled sport and watching athletes fight it out for a title (and a million dollar bonus btw)? WHO KNEW I WOULD ENJOY WATCHING A SPORT WHERE ATHLETES BEAT THE CRAP OUT OF EACH OTHER?
Tank top with chain: Zara
Went to Rockwell after with my girls, Nina and Lissa and saw practically EVERYONE there!
I seem to have rediscovered my love for brown accents thus the shoes and bag. Perfect fall color EVER… (well for this year anyway!)
PS: So many NEGATIVE comments came from me writing that “Who knew that I would enjoy people beating the crap out of each other” in my original post. Apparently to some people, that meant I enjoyed VIOLENCE and promoted it. But that was never what I meant… Beating people up for fun is not something I enjoy/ promote or enjoy at all (I was saying that in the context of boxing which was the main TOPIC of the post in the first place, and if that is unclear to you, I suggest you learn context clues before waging war on someone)… but people beating each other in BOXING… is just what it is… FOR SPORT… Isn’t boxing just exactly that- watching two people beat each other up to win? Is there something so wrong to enjoy the sport???? Retired professional boxer, Sugar Ray Leonard even admits to the essence of the whole sport when he said, “I consider myself blessed. I consider you blessed. We’ve all been blessed with God-given talents. Mine just happens to be beating people up.”
You can’t say you are against violence and have such irrational reactions to a single statement. It’s like saying you are willing to fight and kill people for peace…it defeats the whole idea and contradicts your purpose. Tell me who’s being aggressive and ultimately,a war-freak now?
BTW, Hope is Not A Strategy is a title of a business book…not something again related to violence or aggression.