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In the wake of another season, Ted Walker comes to terms with the fact that he will never be the archetypical baseball fan who remembers the starting rotation of the 1987 Whoevers.

According to reports, the construction for World Cup 2022 in Qatar is averaging nearly one fatality per day. At that rate, 4,000 workers will die before the first game. But that's just one of many reasons the 2022 World Cup could be an epic mess.

A father, a son and the old ways of building a new stadium for a team that mostly doesn't need one.

Everyone with an opinion thought Anthony Davis would be good, and could become one of the NBA's great big men. He's better than that. Already.

A Reagan-era oom-pah Bengals fight song, an admission of defeat, a celebration of Andrew Luck's amazing memory and a bunch of NFL games with predictions of those games' outcomes.

The existentialist dilemma presented by October

There are still more questions than answers where the 2013-14 NBA season is concerned. Some of those questions are bigger than others.

The Minnesota Twins haven't given their fans much to be happy about of late, and it may be some time before they do it next. But there's a valuable lesson to be learned in all this glacial futility, maybe.

In which we reach the point in the NFL season where we can acknowledge that many/most of these teams are not fun to watch, and probably not having much fun themselves. And then push on, and make predictions anyway.

We'd buy scalped standing-room tickets, move as close to the field as possible, and yell "Yankees suck" or "Jeter, you suck," etc., while wearing our "Yankees Suck" t-shirts. Just screaming and screaming.