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Wednesday June 01, 2005
09:01 AM

Sports as an alternative to children's programmes

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All children's afternoon programmes on TV have been dropped because of live coverage of tennis matches. It's been like this already all week. Nice for the kids.

Sometimes, I really hate the stereotypical adult male. Who else to blame?

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  • Whose to blame for not showing more wholesome tennis for the kids, ALL the time?

    My dad plays tennis every day and coaches the boys and girls at the local high school, and last weekend bought my three-year old daughter her first tennis racket, so don't mind me. :-)
  • I never really liked sports. Probably too closely associated in my mind with all the mistreatment I received in elementary school during physical education.

    While we're on the subject, it's bothered me that as we shop for clothes for our newborn son, 90% of what's out there is sports related. Somehow seeing "Daddy's little slugger" on my son just doesn't have the emotional resonance with me that the manufacturers want it to.

    Some stores seem to have their entire baby boys' inventory composed almost enti

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    J. David works really hard, has a passion for writing good software, and knows many of the world's best Perl programmers
    • You can get geek clothes at ThinkGeek (plug, plug).
      • Yes. I found a perl onesie in my stocking. :)

        He can't quite fit in it, yet, but we're getting there quickly.

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        J. David works really hard, has a passion for writing good software, and knows many of the world's best Perl programmers