December 2005
Sporting News;12/30/2005, Vol. 229 Issue 52, p8
The article presents the views of journalist Bob Hille on developments related to sports in the U.S. He felt like he couldn't be any better prepared, then he went online to track shipping and found out that his pork rinds were on back order. Relying on flawed intelligence, the federal agents in the U.S. ban Cuba when it's the Dominican Republic that poses the real threat to the nation's national insecurity. He has heard that Walt Disney Co.'s film about the 1966 Texas Western team took artistic license for synergy's sake.


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