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Notes In Passing on the Superbowl

The aristocracy loves the gladiators.

Yesterday, I watched the Superbowl, not as a sports fan (I’m not a sports fan), but as a cultural observer. The game was played in SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, packed with fans and celebrities. As I watched the game, I reminded myself that there were hundreds if not thousands of people staffing the facility to keep things running…

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Husband, father, worker, philosopher, and observer. Plumbing the depths of consciousness to find the spring of happiness. Write on.

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ScottCDunn

ScottCDunn

Husband, father, worker, philosopher, and observer. Plumbing the depths of consciousness to find the spring of happiness. Write on.

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