We are not going to claim that Atlanta continues to chop its hair to please racists. It seems that the racists like it.
We will also say that Atlanta continues to chop in order to accommodate racists. They keep their team name in order to cater for racists. Also, they built their stadium in suburbs to cater for racists. And they welcomed Donald Trump into their stadium for a World Series match.
Atlanta won Game 4 Saturday night, winning 3-2. Oddly enough, the twice impeached former president and future defendant didn't question the outcome of the game, even though Fox had shown the Astros ahead by 2 runs in 61 percent of innings.
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Be bold and resist the trend
Joe Biden, President of the United States will be welcoming the Milwaukee Bucks to Washington on November 8. They are the first NBA champions ever to visit America's executive mansion since 2016, when the Cleveland Cavaliers visited.
Penn State's first three-game losing streak has begun since 2020, when they were 0-5. James Franklin should know that Maryland is the next opponent. They should be familiar as they beat the Nittany Lions 35-19 last year in Happy Valley.
After reaching the No. By beating the then-No. 4 Penn State has also been beaten by then-No.
It is possible that rankings in the early stages of a season don't mean much.
COVID, the latest NHL woe
Following Chicagos and the Wilds and the Krakens, the Sharks have a COVID epidemic.
The NHL has done an amazing job getting vaccined, but hockey rinks have been a very friendly environment for the coronavirus all along. Just as with other viruses, there's a reason the flu travels around the league every year. It is due to the cold air at ice levels and heavy breathing.
Although it's great that everyone who catches it is less likely to get a severe case thanks to vaccines, Jaylen Brown has been describing the symptoms since his return to Boston Celtics. This makes me think that perhaps it is time to tighten up protocols, especially in hockey.