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‘Civic Fan Fiction’ Makes Politics a Dysfunctional Team Sport

The line between simple admiration and sleepwalking through civic fan fiction of your own creation is precisely the point where you let this digital glamour succeed in obscuring its owner’s vast power, where you find yourself clamouring to be on their side rather than ensuring they’re on yours. It’s the rhetorical heart of Donald Trump’s now-famous meme tweet, with a picture of him pointing at the viewer, surrounded by text saying “They’re not after me, they’re after you. I’m just in the way.” There, Trump is actively trying to marshal his fans’ overidentification with him, getting them to see his political misfortunes—he had just been impeached—as their own.

It’s almost certain that, regardless of what was said online, Ginsburg made her own decision about her tenure on the Supreme Court; unlike Trump, she had the decency to not actively cultivate this fandom, either. But the constituency of feminists

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Bella Hadid Channels Princess Di’s Signature Sport Style With Bike Shorts, Sweatshirt and Sneakers

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Bella Hadid seemed stunning in a modernized monochromatic seem wherever she went for a sporty aesthetic. As she walked on the town streets of New York, she wore a simplified activewear ensemble reminiscent of Princess Diana’s early ’90s bicycle shorts and sweatshirt look.

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Hadid wore an oversized black sweatshirt with the graphic, “EMPATHY” plastered in brilliant white caps. She had her sleeves cuffed at the bottom, boosting the outsized glimpse. Hidden beneath the sweatshirt, she wore a white very long sleeve that contrasts completely with the black attire. To continue the sporty appear, she wore a pair of biker shorts that capitalized on some of the 80s aesthetic of jazzercise.

Bella Hadid wears an ‘Empathy’ sweatshirt as she returns homes with a pair of cowboy boots in a Max Mara bag in New York City. - Credit: Christopher Peterson / SplashNews.com

Bella Hadid wears an ‘Empathy’ sweatshirt as she returns

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Pro lacrosse season begins as sport’s leaders eye Olympics

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Paul Rabil had a dream that went beyond the Premier Lacrosse League he founded with brother Mike four years ago. His passion was to bring the Native American sport to new heights with an eye toward getting it back in the Olympics for the first time in more than seven decades.

“It was a part of our early pitch materials — that on the horizon it was possible that lacrosse could be in the Olympic Games,” Paul Rabil said. “It’s something that leadership in the sport has been working on for the greater part of the last two decades. There’s just a lot of organization that needs to take place. Most importantly, there is great leadership. We’re in good hands.”

The eight-team PLL began its fourth tour-based season on Saturday before a near-sellout crowd at an 8,500-seat venue in Albany, New York, the first stop on

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Sport for Good, Sponsorship of Athlete and Cyclist, Grant Lottering:

Connection, Partnership, & An Agent for Change

NORFOLK, Va., June 02, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Grant Lottering and Unite Health Share Ministries (UHSM), a faith-based health care nonprofit dedicated to a holistic approach to one’s health, have positively impacted children on behalf of nonprofit Laureus Sport for Good USA. Together, their missions emphasize a wellness approach that focuses on the mind-body-and-soul combo as the best way to build one’s best life. UHSM supported Grant Lottering, an international motivational speaker and an Ambassador of several big-name brands, through his international “Im’Possible Tours.”

With the help of corporate donors, Grant Lottering has cycled amazing endurance feats to benefit Laureus Sport for Good. As a “thank you,” Lottering has offered beautiful mountain peak photos to those corporate entities that give back through sponsorship, recognition or publicity. The USA “Im’Possible Tour” photos feature Grant peaking over mountain tops as an analogy to overcoming life’s

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