Derby Preview #761: Letter N

All things beginning with the letter N! The twist? No pop culture!

No politics, no cream shirts. Cats are allowed.

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Er, you mean May 11th? (Start. Because the one color derby also appears to start on the fourth…)

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ugh yes, I can count…thanks!

Sorry. Didn’t want to come across as a smartmouth. :face_with_hand_over_mouth: I know you can count. Just needed clarification–didn’t know if dual derbies were a thing occasionally.

Oh no I was being funny, because I couldn’t count!

N for 'net nostalgia. Where did you dig that up, lol!

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I think a lot of people missed the “no pop culture” part of the rules. I see a lot of Netflix and Monty Python in there already.

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I would argue Netflix isn’t pop culture, It’s just part of our culture.

Agree. I see a lot of rejections in the future.

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Netflix is inherently pop culture.

As is Nintendo and Monty Python

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Disagree. I only watch the nature shows. :slightly_smiling_face:

Are they POPULAR nature shows? (wink)

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Nope. I’m the only one who watches them so they aren’t even a little bit popular. :joy:

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Have you tried “Restaurants on the Edge”?? It’s like HGTV, the Travel Channel, and the Food Network, all rolled into one.

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I keep scrolling past it looking for nature shows, but I plan to circle back eventually.

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Honestly anything that evokes brand recognition I would argue is pop culture

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Agreed. Andy Warhol agrees as well…from beyond

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