US soccer/Futbol has seen slow adoption due to its lack of instant gratification. Most US sports are built around small achievable goals (score the basket, get touchdown, kick field goal). Everyone one of these achievements is meant to increase viewer satisfaction. Meanwhile, it takes a global event like the World Cup to get Americans excited. And even then, our attention wanes back to the NFL or NBA where touchdowns and dunks are happening throughout the entire 4-quarters. Ironically, baseball — one of the oldest and longest running spots is loved by many but still trails behind its counterparts (NBA/NFL). And what does baseball have in common with soccer? Much slower game with less points and irregular quarter mechanism (e.g., innings). Thanks for reading!
UPDATE: The Administration is extending the pause on federal student loan repayments to allow for the Supreme Court to rule in the case on the student debt relief program. The pause will end no later than June 30, 2023. Payments will resume 60 days after the pause ends. Thoughts? https://twitter.com/WhiteHouse/status/1595154386266865665
Very early into the year, but how is everyone feeling? So far so good. The time is 10:31a, I'm at September in BK. Going through some morning activities and tasks, building momentum for the day. Organizing my professional and personal projects, excited and waiting for things to peak. The patience, the journey, and all that is in between!