June 15, 2010
Slavery hasn’t taken the World Cup from me; indeed, I still get to revel in the bulk of the happiness the tournament provides. But what I don’t get to do is celebrate it the way many of my friends celebrate it.
by Andrew J. Skerritt onJune 10, 2010
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