So some people may or may not be aware that Elon Musk challenged Putin to a fight over Ukraine. As I understand it which may be wrong the bet would be If Elon Musk wins Putin has to pull all forces out of Ukraine if he loses Putin can take Ukraine.
Firstly this seems silly as Elon Musk has no authority to offer Ukraine as stakes he does not own it. So it would effectively be a free roll for Ukraine/Musk and a risk with no up side for Putin.
However Knowing Putin has a lot of martial arts experience even with the age difference advantage Musk would have, I would still have him down as the as a big under dog. This one would highly likely go to Putin. All that been said if this fight happened which it wont it would likely be pay per view.
I of course would have to watch this fight there would need to be every Winni lined up to watch it as the Ukrainian Winni storyline would kind of demand this. Note my girlfriend adapted a silly related to the Winni storyline which she wanted me to post but I dont think people like the posts. (it was a winni rescue mission for Winnis captured by the Russian spy Winni) she thinks she outplayed me with this one I am not so sure.
Anyway it is highly likely almost certain that if I did watch this pay per view fight I would be expected to have a TV License, This is what I object to. See some people argue the TV license is good value for money I disagree but there is little point in such a debate. The reason been it is like arguing over whether a certain Ice cream flavor tastes nice. It is just a matter of personal opinion. What I strongly disagree with is having to pay for the BBC for services that other people provide. Like if I am expected to pay for BBC programing fair enough if I choose to watch that. However been expected to pay the BBC for programing that other businesses/organizations provide which has nothing to do with the BBC is not right.
Like would it be reasonable to expect me to pay a tax/fee to Kellogg's If I wanted to buy cereal made by Nestle?