At A few seconds ago, Idiot-Finder wrote:
At 1 minute ago, P0sitivity wrote:
Reebok also have line of sneakers made for athletic wear.
Reebok =/= Athletic gear, Jay Z is a celebrity. Tiger Woods receive endorsements for products such as Nike and Gatorade that are made for athletic augmentation.
Noncelebrities don't receive endorsements.
But Jay Z didn't receive an endorsement deal for ReeZigs or any shitty athletic shoe like say Peyton Manning, an actual athlete. It would make since that ATHLETES that perform in SPORTS would receive ATHLETIC related endorsements.
I apologize for not being specific about which endorsements tiger receives, but I figured when I said Tiger (an athlete) wouldn't receive (athletic) endorsements if golf were not a sport you would know what I was talking about.
Talk about moving the goal post since you brought it up just now.
What the fuck does that even meanYou didn't bring up the fact that non-celebs don't get endorsement deals in your earlier arguments until I point out how non-athletes gets the endorsements.
It's pretty convenient, not to mention it barely have anything to do with what you're getting at.
Ohk, Tiger receives athletic endorsements. Therefore he is an athlete. Therefore golf is a sport.
Tiger would not receive athletic endorsements if he were not a damn good participant in an actual sport.
Enough clarification for you?