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There is this stereotypical perception out there that women are total nags when their guys are trying to watch the big game. She’s asking what color paint swatch would look best on the dining room walls, prodding him about where he left the vacuum, insisting that he kill that massive spider, basically doing everything but letting him watch the game… And eventually, when she finally gives up on getting his undivided attention and decides to just sit down and watch it with him, she’s asking questions during key plays, making him miss the game-winning jumper six feet off the three-point line…
Oh, no. You. Didn’t. Just know, seeing that epic moment live is everything. He dies a little inside if he misses it and can’t quite feel the same rush as his buddies when they rehash it the next day at work.
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(Salon.com) — Lowell Bergman is the rare skunk who regularly finds his way into the power elite’s garden parties. As tobacco executives celebrated huge revenues in the 1990s, he was the journalist whose reporting about cancer and nicotine addiction stopped the festivities. As credit card executives toasted their holiday-season profits, his 2004 New York Times investigation humiliated the lending industry by showing how it traps unsuspecting consumers in perpetual debt. So it was no surprise that as the sports establishment concluded its perennial orgy of profit known as March Madness, Bergman was at it again, this time exposing the corruption beneath all the school spirit.