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More musings on the boundaries of Red Sox Nation at The Eisenthal Report, along with an observation on the upside of sports partisanship:
how comforting it is to live in a part of the world where clashes of identity can be channeled in such benign ways - no one is going to become a suicide bomber if the Red Sox lose the World Series.
Posted by Robert David Sullivan at 03:08 PM in Sports | Permalink
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