Man Tries To Figure Out How Many Migrant Workers Have To Die Before He Stops Watching The FIFA World Cup

Topeka, KS - David Lawrence admits that he is the kind of fan that only watches soccer every four years, but even he is concerned about the current conditions in both Russia and Qatar when it comes to the upcoming world cup.

 "None of those guys were probably named Steve, so it is like I didn't even know them" - David Lawrence

"None of those guys were probably named Steve, so it is like I didn't even know them" - David Lawrence

"I don't know them, so it makes it easier to imagine that this grand spectacle of soccer that I vicariously enjoy from my couch was just put on my magical gnomes," said Lawrence to a close group of friends. "Yes, I know that many people have died and that countless more live in some kind of slavery where their passports are held and they are forced to work for low or non-existent wages, but none of you are going to remember that in 7 years when soccer kicks off in the winter and everyone craps themselves about their national teams" 

Mr Lawrence admitted that he is trying to create some kind of algorithm or acceptable loss amount by which he can enjoy his 2022 Qatar World Cup if perhaps only 1,999 people died building the 2022 Qatar World Cup, but not enjoying the grand exposition if 2,000 people died. 

 "Right, but again... likely none of those guys were named John Smith, so how much sympathy can I have for them" - David Lawrence

"Right, but again... likely none of those guys were named John Smith, so how much sympathy can I have for them" - David Lawrence

"The trick is to not imagine the human suffering that is being utilized to put on an event for my entertainment. I'm just trying to figure out how many people have to suffer before my break over point is reached regarding international sport and the FIFA world Cup," stated Mr Lawrence

The Nutmeg News will have more on this when Mr Lawrence dons his American flag cape and runs the streets screaming USA-USA.