Soccer Games Being Fixed To Appease Spectators

Soccer Games Being Fixed To Appease Spectators:

When crowd trouble was obviously going to get worse during the England – Russia game, and would have continued on the streets of France, they had to concede a goal in injury time. This has gone far enough. Supporting crowds can win games then?

A team so much in control as England were, DID NOT get pinned into their own six yard box in three minutes of injury time, and concede a last minute goal naturally. It was fixed.

Anyway: Some computer geeks would like to play games with Virtual Reality players. Noooooo.

Instead: Virtual reality spectators, Yeeeeeees, dressed in their team colours, projected around the real game being played behind closed doors, and shown on T.V. Paid advertisements replacing spectators on the screens for a paid duration.

The virtual reality crowd should, smile a lot, and applaud politely when the opposition score. They should cheer amiably when their own side score, and shake hands with the opposition supporters. They must be integrated on the screen, and definitely not be segregated. Intermingled entirely. Young and old, with families smiling happily and enjoying the spectacle.

They should chant songs of praise to God only, (Played from chants recorded by monks, or any Christian Churches)

They should all stand up at the end and applaud politely again, as the teams leave the field. The solitary policewoman, there only to ensure the ambulance knows where to pick up injured players per chance they are injured, should have a little heated and air conditioned hut with a tea / coffee pot, and be knitting, or reading a book. (Bible Mrs) Pull over?

The crowd should then be switched off, and thereby disappear. Leaving the stadium and the surrounding area, spotlessly clean and trouble free.

Ed asks: “You not awake yet Gordon?”

Gordon asks: “Why Ed?”

Ed: “Just wondered, that’s all.”

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About gdicm

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