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Jan 9 2019
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At some point Deadspin has to figure out whether they want someone who is actually knowledgeable about soccer talking about soccer. Read more

Oct 17 2018
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2018: they year when you can fill in basically anything/one and “__________ is gaslighting you” will be true.  

Oct 11 2018
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If someone were to say “So and so did something criminal so they’re being sent to the Tower of London” the “joke” would be that they’re getting punished at the Tower of London. In any event, Bill can easily clarify if he was making a bad “joke” or if I’m over-reading.

Oct 11 2018
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and i’m sure that’s why the photo paired with the headline is from the perspective of being on a train headed into the entrance of the camp

Oct 11 2018
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Seems like a particularly tasteless joke at a time when right wing racists are becoming empowered in part through a strategy of claiming to be victimized free speech advocates

Oct 11 2018
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You might rethink that headline.  “Send them to Auschwitz” means send them to be exterminated.  Maybe “Send them to visit Auschwitz”?

Jun 6 2018
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Typically, again, in reference to East Jerusalem, which is where jewish, muslim and christian holy sites are concentrated.

Jun 6 2018
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that partition plan was rejected and there was a war. What I meant above is that in the negotiations that have happened to date, the status of east jerusalem has been the sticking point, not west jerusalem, which it is generally understood will remain in Israeli hands as part of any comprehensive agreement.

Jun 6 2018
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hey, how about that. Way more stars than yours. If it’s utter bollocks, surely you can point out what specifically I got wrong.

Jun 6 2018
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“Jerusalem is considered the capital of Palestine.” Kind of an odd sentence, absent attribution (considered by whom?), given that it’s currently the capital of Israel and is at the heart of the I-P dispute. Meanwhile, the status of the western part of Jerusalem isn’t in dispute, except to those who want the State of Read more

May 29 2018
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They are unlikely to get the kind of fortunate group,round of 16, and (if they make it that far) semifinal draws that they did this season. They were obviously very impressive against Man City, which bodes well for how they’ll do in the Premier League next season, if they can avoid following big league wins with Read more

Feb 14 2018
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and if Kane had been given the PK he deserved in the first half, or if Juve’s first goal had properly been waved off for offsides, Tottenham could’ve come away with a win instead of a draw....

Feb 14 2018
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this may shock you, but soccer is played over the course of a long season, and a defeat in november is not always relevant to how a team is playing in February or will finish later this spring. They are in 5th, but having just taken seven points from Man U, Liverpool and Arsenal, they should be able to work their way Read more

Feb 5 2018
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Not sure what match you watched but Liverpool dominated the first half and Tottenham dominated the second half. Salah’s second goal was against the run of play

Jan 4 2018
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I can’t make up my mind as to whether this functions as a jinx or a reverse jinx for Spurs who face West Ham today. I guess time will tell.

Nov 14 2017
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Mike and Mike was a lot like their favorite subject, the NFL. A few minutes of tedious “content” scattered among hours of advertising.

Nov 13 2017
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Lots of dwarf genealogy. Like a whole season or two of it. Would be thrilling.  

Nov 6 2017
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An article about Man City being so much better than anyone else . . . that doesn’t mention the teams in 2nd and 3rd?

Nov 3 2017
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Tottenham took four points from Real Madrid in a home and home, but by all means, let’s hear about what Sterling and City did against Napoli.