Okay, let me be the first to admit, I'm not like the others. But I'm happily that way. You see, I'm not a fan of professional or college sport teams. Not in the least. I'm not even an occasional spectator. I don't watch basketball, football, baseball, or hockey on TV. I didn't even know until recently that ESPN has a popular show called Sports Center. My father was the same way, so I just never got hooked on being a sports fan when I was growing up. (The closest I come to being a fan is watching Formula 1, but I enjoy the sport itself, I don't have a favorite team or driver). My wife is not a sports fan either, so our weekends don't revolve around watching "the big game" or talking about it the next day. So, for me, who is nearly completely insulated from professional sports and who always makes his DVR jump through commercials, to become aware of the massive advertising push from fantasy team sites like FanDuel and DraftKings, some super serious money must be involved. It must be relentless for sports fans. From the outside, this looks like it has gone way beyond the likes of an innocent office pool on a game to commercialized, institutionalized legalized mass gambling, available on a daily basis from your phone or computer. And that really can't be good, can it? There will certainly be people who get suckered in and blow large sums of money they can't afford just because it's easy and compelling to do so. So, for those of you that are big fans of professional sports, what do you think the effect is of having fantasy sports on steroids? .