The breakfast of champions: The Tipline for 25 January 2021
The structural separation of the New England Patriots dynasty was apparently incapable of thwarting Tom Brady’s monopoly power over Super Bowls. The 43-year-old quarterback is set to make his 10th Super Bowl appearance in the past 20 years, leaving at least one GCR reporter wondering if the US antitrust agencies should step in. While you might be stuck with Brady’s face on your box of Wheaties, a new study suggests that common ownership is not responsible for the price tag on your milk-drenched grains.
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