Fountain pen, typewriter collecting,
and maybe more.
Understand where you are coming from, Bill. I have only in the past year or so returned to watching sport on TV after many years of not. I thought I had seen enough sport live for not just one lifetime and many other lifetimes. But you are right about the commercialisation of sport, right across the board. At least US sport holds out some vestige of hope, with no advertising on shirts, at least not in baseball TG.Glad to see ITAM is on again.
I share your utter disinterest in TV sports -- and in fact, sports in general (sorry, Robert). Except that I admit to watching the Xavier basketball team sometimes when they make it to the sweet sixteen or elite eight.
I agree about televised sports and allergies. Both are awful.
TV sport... No thanks! In fact TV in general is a load of old rubbish, so much reality TV these days.. Hay fever sufferers are having a bad time here at the moment, lots of easterly winds!
I agree 100% plus! There are a few satellite subscription channels that are fine, but I do not take time to watch. There are better things to do.
Yay, film! How'd the Nikkormat do?
Weather has been crappy. Rain fog and damp until the past week end. Like summer today near 90F. I have a new Wein Cell installed and a roll of 400 speed color so I can check for light leaks and get it processed at a local one-hour lab. If all goes well I have a bunch of expired B & W to try cafeinol.