The national championship game, you stuck to Process, even when it was looking pretty tough, the president said. Was watching. I said, not looking too good. Then there’s Brooks Koepka (20/1). His case is very strong: he’s in fine form following the defence of his US Open crown, showed strong form at Firestone as all recent USPGA winners have and has been the most reliable performer in majors in the last few years, bar Jordan Spieth (22/1). The latter’s struggles this year have been confusing given his strong showings at the Masters and The Open, and he could find the slower greens this week to his liking, just as he did at Carnoustie.
While punching Nazis is fucking fun to watch, and I not against doing that or worse should they become a real threat, I think doxxing and shaming them has done way more to erase their movement than any amount of punches to Richard Spencer smug face has ever done. It makes them question whether or not losing their income and dignity is worth coming out as a bigot. Fortunately, many of them are starting to rethink this and save their vitriol and hate for anonymous circlejerk cesspools like /pol/, MDE, The_Donald, and CringeAnarchy.
Yet lately, Greene’s expression has grown less joyful, more wary. While last season he was the most dominant sprinter since Carl Lewis’ 1984 heyday or Ben Johnson’s 21 consecutive 100 m victories in 1987, this year Greene has shown fallibility. After running fifth in Glasgow in 10.54 sec., one of four 100 m losses this season, Greene complained that his legs were “dead and sore.” Then there was his 26th birthday present on July 23: a strained left hamstring that saw him hobble out from the curve in the 200 m, dashing his hopes of three gold medals at Sydney (he’s still likely to pick up a second in the relay).
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