Dubsism is the only place which can show you the connection between Doris Day and the Soviet Union’s National Hockey Team.
Only Dubsism can show you the thread binding Victorian England to Sealy, Texas in the late 1970s.
Today’s analogy takes not one, but TWO Clint Eastwood flicks to bear it out.
Sports Analogies Hidden In Classic Movies – Volume 104: “The Rockford Files – Drought at Indianhead River”
Here’s where you discover how an episode of “The Rockford Files” echoes off nearly every wall in British sport!
Instead of the “Old West” of the 19th Century, imagine a 21st Century Gregory Peck riding in to Fenway Park to gun down the Boston Red Sox.
Most popular depictions of Frankenstein’s monster show him as a shade of green. But how close were we to Andre the Giant as “Redskin-stein?”
Politicians, lawyers, and used car salesman have nothing on the sleaziness of college football recruiters.
O Romeo, Romeo…Wherefore art thou, Romeo? Well, he’s certainly not playing for the Minnesota Timberwolves anymore.
Dubsism: The only place where the twine tying John Wayne to the greatest hockey player who ever skated involves a gymnast playing Peter Pan.