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>From: "Wade T.Smith" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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>Subject: RE: Fwd: An addictive thrill [cures]
>Date: Fri, 25 May 2001 08:33:38 -0400
>On 05/25/01 06:02, Vincent Campbell said this-
> >Finally a cure for all those Red Sox fans!
>The Curse of the Bambino being, as far as I know, still in full force,
>exorcism would also be required.
Maybe someone could find the cure for baseball, in general, though it's hard
to see how this pastime could be considered an addictive "thrill". Some of
us would find watching paint dry or an old Volkswagen rust to the ground
more exciting. Then there are those unbearable extra innings which are akin
to a root canal.
Please tell me we haven't suckered the Brits into following after one of our
collective pathologies. Then again they have unloaded BBC America onto our
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