Wall Street, the Election, and the Pit Bull Plague
I like my lipstick, but I hope that's not what distinguishes me from a pit bull. With two kids playing on different soccer teams, there's a game to watch nearly every day. In the zero-sum world of pit bull politics you root for one team and jeer its opponents. I do cheer like crazy for my kids and their teammates, but I also applaud when kids on the other team play beautifully or show great sportsmanship. I know that if both teams are good, each team will be even better. Their fates are linked.
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