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TOPIC: World series cameras

World series cameras 30 Oct 2016 22:33 #10777

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Watching the World series today between the chicago cubs and cleveland indians I was struck by how many cameras there were watching the action. there were even cameras in the dugout, typically a place for camaraderie and shenanigans, where players can be themselves without prying eyes watching their every moves. I wonder if the players feel like their personal space is being invaded in any way, and if they don't want the cameras to be there. Sports stars are slightly different from other celebrities, they only rally garner attention during the season and anything that happens after the season, no one seems to care about. Should sports figures have more private lives than actors/actresses? Does it matter?
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