I'd just like to say that I despise the ways online algorithms try to "give me what I want" by showing me news based on my most recent searches. It feels infantilizing to have a computer suggest that I read or view things that I may have searched for one time, or for a brief period. Just because I searched for something doesn't mean I want unsolicited news about it.
In addition, and perhaps related, I'm so tired of professional sports league contract talk. I've felt exhausted by the endless talk of contract talk over the last few years; the Pride stuff, mentioned a few posts ago, pushed my patience over the top. It's deeply unenjoyable to hear more about contracts than about people playing the game. I feel like I'm being pushed to ignore the major professional leagues altogether, because most of the talk will just be about contracts. It's off-putting.
To combine both of these points, I wish I'd never followed sports on Google because it inundates me with contract talk, amongst other things. So annoying.
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