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Futbol Mania

Jeremiah Moss has a theory as to why so many downtown bars are overrun with World Cup fans this time around. (Hint: it has to do with soccer moms in the mid-90s). He concludes: "In the East Village today, it's become a sudden, fanatical religion. Which must be why I feel like it's sacrilege, maybe even dangerous, to say anything less than celebratory about it." [JVNY]

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