What your view of sports and life would be if you had too many concussions
Dubsism is simply the manifestations of the effects of life on the author, J-Dub. It tends to come out in sometimes lengthy rants, most of which are perfectly harmless. Keeping it that way is part of why this blog tends to be mostly limited to sports.
See, unless you want to be a European soccer hooligan (not that there is anything wrong with that…), people tend to keep sports-related discourse to the realm of smack-talk. Face it, political discussion all too often becomes simply an exercise in name-calling, and people have been known to start wars over religion. It’s not that Dubsism shys away from these topics; quite the opposite in fact. When neccesary to the overall picture, references on this blog may point to those two topics. However, since this is really more about an outlet for assorted sporting rantification and less about starting a crusade, the author promises that all frontal nudity references to non-sporting topics will be germaine to the point at hand.
Just beware that Dubsism is not for the faint of heart. If you are a delicate soul, you might be best served getting your read on elsewhere. As the saying goes, sometimes to make omelettes you have to break a few eggs, and a primary tenet of Dubsism is to bust huevos when needed. In short, if you are easily offended, you’ve been warned.
So, if you like to talk sports, have a thick skin, and can handle the odd and obscure reference, welcome to Dubsism.
It won’t take you long reading his blog to understand J-Dub is not a professional sports writer, nor does he have any desire to be. In fact, he has a disdain of most major sports media outlets because he believes there are far too many cases in which the media has been tainted by their relationship to sports they cover.
“The major sports media have become little more than promotional outlets for conglomerates which are more interested in driving ratings than they are about the love of sports. Major sports outlets now give preferential treatment to the sports entities with which they have contractual relationships. This kills their journalistic integrity,” says J-Dub. “The independent blogger is the last bastion of truth in sports journalism.” A lifelong sports fan, J-Dub’s blog began as a response to “all the things they don’t tell you.” That belief led to his becoming a blogger.
When he’s not writing about sports, J-Dub is an engineer by trade and has over 20 years experience in business and management.