Thanks to reader R.L., an entry that combines sporting and religio-legal themes:
Previously in the found-art series here, here, and here.
Sometimes these juxtapositions are genuinely innocent; others have a "who, me?" faux innocence, like the second and third items linked above. My guess is that this latest one results from actual inadvertent innocence. The sports editor handling the story about Desmond Bishop of Wisconsin's own Super Bowl-bound Packers may not have thought about the eponymous resonance with other stories in the news. Either way, a nice addition to the genre. Thanks, Journal-Sentinel editors; thanks, alert readers. (Coming out of hiding to post this, as I may do every few days, since the item wouldn't last until April.)
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James Fallows is a staff writer for The Atlantic and has written for the magazine since the late 1970s. He has reported extensively from outside the United States and once worked as President Carter's chief speechwriter. He and his wife, Deborah Fallows, are the authors of the new book Our Towns: A 100,000-Mile Journey Into the Heart of America, which has been a New York Times best seller and is the basis of a forthcoming HBO documentary.