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All Over But the Shouting

There’s a saying in sports when it’s clear that things have been decided, when one team is far ahead and the other team, no matter how talented, can’t do a damned thing right. Some sportscaster, pretending to be insightful, will … Continue reading

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Borrowed Outrage

Henry David Thoreau did say that most men lead lives of quiet desperation and go to the grave with the song still in them. He really was a smug bastard, and a mean one – because that stings. None of us are … Continue reading

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