Sorry for the lack of articles on my part, I’m working to improve my article generating. I’d also like to notify people that I may be making a transition from satirical articles to more grounded/serious things. No article will be entirely serious but the satire will be quite stifled, in my opinion. Having said this, let’s move on to the article.
So, it’s been brought to my attention the conflicting schedules of the school and sports. I, Intern #472, do not participate in the school play, however, I am a participant in a sport. I’d like to weigh in my opinion on the topic of what should take precedence; the play or sports.
So, to start, it’s been brought to my attention that, as it’s the week of the play, this week has been dubbed “Hell Week” due to the inhumane amount of time people are, made to practice for the school play. This is also the second week of games for most sports. As a sports guy, it’s very easy for me to simply say “Just do the sports ball”. On the opposing side, there is the play person who will say “forget sports, do the play”. Both activities require mass amounts of practice to perform well or even come close to perfection. But, both can also be practiced, to an extent, outside of school. I feel it comes down, mostly, to what the individual feels they require more assistance with. If they dislike their sport, the individual may lean more towards doing the play, and vice versa. I do know, however, that the school play requires unheard of amounts of dedication to attain a satisfactory level while (and I know this from experience) sports do not.
In conclusion, I would say that focusing more on the play is the optimal decision, over putting most attention into sports. This is because learning one’s role in the play and learning where to be and when is much more difficult and straining than learning a position in, let’s say, baseball. In saying this, I’d also like to note that I do not mean any sort of condescension or rudeness to those who think sports are more important or prefer sport, this is simply my opinion and means very little, in the end. If you disagree, feel free to post a comment explaining why you disagree and, if you agree, please explain why. Any people found arguing in the comments will be reprimanded in any way we, at the macaroni report, deem fit.
I hope you’ve enjoyed and have a good morning/afternoon/evening/night.