Happy Solstice one and all

It's a big ball
Yes, it’s one big ball that we all live on together.

If there’s anything more important than football — it’s this. We do nothing but shoot ourselves in the foot every time we foul the earth. So let’s play fair with it. Sign it somewhere by all means, but pass it on as clean as you found it. The game must go on — some players age and retire, but others will come on as subs in their place. Take a moment to consider those who’ve yet to play and don’t hog the ball!

Written by on Wednesday, June 21st, 2006

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