Jerry is the best, so the best has to be brought down,... because that's only "fair." Anyone who has read The Fine Art Diner for any length of time knows my total adoration for game theory ("game" is separated into "game"--based upon rules allowing certain players to gain an advantage, such as tall players having an advantage over shorter players in basketball--and then "play"--which allows for "creative interpretation" of rules so that players at a disadvantage in "game", like the short ones, can get fouled so they can make free throws). TAG isn't about game theory, however, it's about games fulfilling their function (determining who is the best at whatever game is being played) and then deciding it's inherently unfair and needs to be "balanced," like with Thanos balancing the universe so it's "fair" (The Avengers: Infinity War Part 1). All the participants in TAG are white, heterosexual, middle-class men, the number one target of liberals' own game of "tag" (as in, "You're IT, and be IT we mean the enemy of all the people") and the film appears to be spreading that propaganda through two means. First, it's obvious the guys are competitive, and to liberals, "competitive" translates as "testosterone," which as any liberal will tell you is inherently evil. Secondly, the trailer highlights certain serious moments in life--the wedding, the funeral, the birth of a child--to show the game "interrupting" these serious moments; what does that accomplish?
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