A Weekend in Central Mass: Revelations

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Photos courtesy of Kevin Ksen

This is the final installment of a three-part series. You can read the first two parts here and here.

I first thought of the World Cup’s primary goal as a spiritual one; bringing souls together through soccer; allowing the Kenyans to see the Ecuadorians as human beings.

In reality, the World Cup serves a pragmatic purpose.

Seventeen different countries were represented this year. There was a sixteen-team men’s bracket. The women’s bracket was three teams. Portugal was the only women’s country not also represented in the men’s bracket. The number read more >>>

Source : HuffingtonPost.Com

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