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  1. PowderedWater

    What is the interest for new sports?

    Ay pal don’t have to be tired of the big 4 imagine if that applies to every situation, like ay pal https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_American_grunge_bands thats a lot of lit
  2. PowderedWater

    What is the interest for new sports?

    Alright lad calm yourself I don’t want to have to put you in the sun bin
  3. PowderedWater

    What is the interest for new sports?

    You may be kidding but that his true, I’ve heard that before.
  4. PowderedWater

    What is the interest for new sports?

    Around 2003.
  5. PowderedWater

    What is the interest for new sports?

    That is ssomething I didn’t consider. Also, did you know that in the 1940s, when roller derby was first invented, it was a predominantly male sport?
  6. PowderedWater

    What is the interest for new sports?

    I guess it is an awful lot like handball...but in handball you can’t move with the ball. I was going for water polo on land or something similar. But not regular polo. More like Kronum than I initially thought. I’m working on a system with downs and yards like football.
  7. PowderedWater

    What is the interest for new sports?

    Wow, alright! That helps by proving that there is at least, always some interest.
  8. PowderedWater

    What is the interest for new sports?

    Everybody has made brilliant points. A new sport probably could flop if not immediately successful, but there are people out there who are tired of the same 4 major sports. That’s why Arena Football still exists; it has a predominantly millennial and younger fan base. Sports that are too complicated, like Kronum, have a much harder time getting off the ground. I myself made this thread because I’ve been toying with a concept for a sport inspired by Kronum. I call it turfball (if anyone has a better name idea I’m open). It’s based off basketball and water polo, but it feels like football. It started with one rule: dribble the ball every two steps, and the pieces began to fall into place from there. No overly violent plays, or you’ll get a foul. Okay, but what defines this foul? A penalty shot or two minutes in the sun bin. So you can foul infinitely or manipulate the system to get extra penalties? That’s a new problem. Let’s say five fouls equals ejection. It goes on from there. Maybe instead I could use the yellow and red card system.
  9. PowderedWater

    Provincial/Territorial Hockey Jerseys (Alberta up 5/15)

    This is pretty cool, can’t wait for St. Pierre and Miquelon, looks like a beautiful place and has a beautiful flag, interested in Yukon and Northern Territories, being small territories, and especially Northern Ontario, being mostly uninhabited.
  10. If I were to invent a sport, how do I know that people would be interested in it? Is there any general public interest in new sports?
  11. PowderedWater

    Lost Sports Logos?

  12. PowderedWater

    Lost Sports Logos?

    Finally: hidden in the dark corners of my mind, a tale of a logo once seen-but never to be seen again. I read an article about NHL relocations that almost happened, one of which being the Predators moving to Hamilton, ON. There was even an included Hamilton Predators logo. And it was good. Since then I’ve never found the article or the logo. If I do, however, I’ll edit it into this post. Edit 1; This article mentions the possibility of the Hamilton Predators in 2007. https://www.google.com/amp/s/syndication.bleacherreport.com/amp/1389473-nhl-relocation-close-calls-seven-scares-that-never-happened.amp.html Final Edit: here it it’s a good one
  13. PowderedWater

    Lost Sports Logos?

    Must we debate this here?
  14. PowderedWater

    Lost Sports Logos?

    Alright, it’s time I make it clear: a “standard” lost sports logo is a logo seen incompletely (photos, videos, recollections, etc.) but with no definitive clear or complete version of the logo. An uncovered unused logo can also be a lost logo. Personally, I like the former because you know about it, but can’t see in entirely. So you search, and it adds a thrill and a clear objective. As good as that unused Clippers logo is or how fascinating the Baltimore Browns sweatshirt is, a lot of us are just learning about their existence. If anyone has any pictures, videos, memories, or stories of logos, especially damaged or obscured for pictures and videos, that’s the meat and potatoes of this thread. Perhaps we can find some lost logos together. After all, I’ll search for any that matches the description immediately above.
  15. PowderedWater

    Lost Sports Logos?

    <MOD EDIT> Baltimore Browns???? This adds to the evidence that the Ravens are the original Browns relocated