From Head Shops To Malls To The Nfl?Joseph Weber
When the Baltimore Colts were spirited off to Indianapolis in the dark of the night in April, 1984, Leonard Weinglass and his buddies felt as if they'd been straight-armed. The football team had meant the world to them when they were kids. In fact, when Weinglass' pal Barry Levinson grew up to make movies, his 1982 memoir Diner even included a character who insisted that his fiancee pass a sports quiz laced with Colts trivia before they could wed.
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