Announcing the Sports and the "Unimportant" Series'
Sports is something we are all here to talk about. What is essential for a player, what is necessary for the team, etc., are our regular topics of discussion. In other words, we discuss "Important" issues related to sports
But Bleacher Report is also about innovation. It's a place where new ideas are made to take shape. So, can we just be content discussing the essential?
I think not, and I hope to find people thinking in a similar manner
This is an opportunity I would like to present to you all. Let's think about all of the so-called unimportant things. Let us all allow our imaginations to find new destinations for us. Let's make sure we find the most ordinary things and make them extraordinary through our writing skill.
So let us make our language meet our imagination and do the most amazing things.
So everyone, think of the most unimportant objects, places, ideas, anything, and make them important. Let us be the voice of unimportance.
It can be from the helmets players wear, to the glasses they wear, to a piece of clothing, to an empty stadium, to anything in this world. But the rules are clear, it has to be not important.
I would not like to lay any specific method to do it or any specific topic to do the article on. Your imagination, you control it.
I have written the first piece in the series which is:
Along with me, there have been nine other writers who have joined so far; they are Rohini, Nandhini, , Khalid Siddiqui, Siddharth Ganesh, Tanya Pal, Sulayman, Clarabella, Rocky, Hemant and Rajat. But I am waiting for you to join too.
Excluding my piece, the other pieces so far are:
Dann's second Sports and The "Unimportant": The Blood In Sports
Glenn's second Sports and the “Unimportant”: The Bleacher Seat
Dann's third Sports and The "Unimportant": Half Fought Debates
Glenn's third Sports and the Unimportant: The Sports Statistics
Please contact me through a comment on this article or on my bulletin board.
I would be glad to include your name in this.
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