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SuperBowl2015We’re passing on this year’s Super Bowl and all the Super Bowls in the future.

American style Football is turning its players and spectators into vegetables. See the way they sign their names. Look at the way their government is acting (staging coups and spreading misery), while fans slobber all over themselves.

The history of the United States has seen the American people lose control of themselves and their government, while they play their games, leaving the world in peril.

NYCMarathon2014hKenyan Wilson Kipsang leads at the 14 mile marker of today’s NYC Marathon. He would go on to win the race in 2:10:59.

Photograph: Stephen Wise

 

USOpen2014eKristinaMladenovicUSOpen-ShuaiZhangUnder a perfect sky in Flushing the U.S. Tennis Open got underway today.

One of the stories at this year’s Open is the lack of American men, among the top performers, in Grand Slam matches during 2013 & 2014. A Tennis Hall of Fame official we spoke with was forthright, saying the reason may have something to do with the adverse effects of American culture — making people soft (especially mentally), with no work ethic.

Kristina Mladenovic (top right) of France plays Petra Kvitova (recent Wimbledon champion) of the Czech Republic, 8/26. in what could be an interesting match.

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Photographs: Stephen Wise

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NYRangersNYRangers2014cFormer NY Ranger greats Ron Greschner & Jeff Beukeboom joined fans before the team wrapped up its series against the Montreal Canadiens — advancing to the Stanley Cup Finals. They both said it would be a low scoring game, decided by one goal. Indeed it was (1-0).

Photographs: Stephen Wise

NYCMarathon2013NYCMarathon2013wwNYCMarathon2013chairNYCMarathon2013McFaddenGeoffrey Mutai (top) and Priscah Jeptoo (middle), winners of the NYC Marathon, at the 14 mile mark in Long Island City, Queens.

The wheelchair winners were Marcel Hug and Tatyana McFadden (bottom photo).

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