As we get older it seems it’s easier to used preconceived opinions or notions to guide our thinking.
I know I’ve done that with things like sushi, most rap stars and most network programming and almost was nearly guilty of the same infraction when I happened across a radio broadcast of the final round of the Masters Golf tournament on our sister station 940 WCIT early yesterday afternoon.
Perhaps because it was warm in Augusta and wasn’t outside my home, or maybe like a lot of other folks I was intrigued as to whether Tiger Woods could defeat the challenges imposed on him by Father Time, but I found myself listening to the broadcast and yes, even enjoying it.
The announcers descriptions of the various shots was informative and they did a great job painting the picture of the event much better than those on TV seem to do according to me.
Golf on radio was at least as interesting for me as the average hockey or pro basketball game.
But some of my preconceived opinions will remain.
I still won’t eat Sushi.
That’s the way I see it.