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Sunday, January 25, 2015

Super Bowl Sunday - Week 05 - The Book of Days

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The week05 theme for my Book of Days was Super Bowl Sunday.

Super Bowl XLIX is one week from today. I'm not rooting for either team, but I'll be watching the game.

I'll also be reading the sports news leading up to it, to learn about any developments in the Deflate-Gate investigation.

Apparently whoever is behind Deflate-Gate didn't realize sports irregularities are taken very seriously in the United States, like when Roger Clemens was charged with, but later cleared of, perjury to Congress, while men like James Clapper can lie to (commit perjury) Congress with impunity. James Clapper has not, and never will be, charged with perjury, when in his case, he is guilty.

If lawlessness is permissible at the highest levels of the United States Government, why should anyone be surprised when a sports rule gets broken? The precedent has been set that laws (rules) can be broken with the tacit approval of the law writers.

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