Manchester United, the kings of England, lost 3-2 to Brighton, a club that had recently spent 34 straight seasons outside the top flight. It deserved to lose, did lose and will lose some more.
ETS: "How far have we traveled when it comes to LGBT rights and acceptance?" ...... One should not confuse rights and acceptance. They are not the same and not viewed the same. Many people do not believe gay people should be discriminated against just because they are gay, but that doesn't mean they "accept" the lifestyle. Many people do not judge, but they also do not accept. Two very different things......."Charles Kaiser, acting director of the LGBT Social Science & Public Policy Center at Hunter College, called him “a happily married, monogamous intellectual who … thinks very seriously about all the issues of our time. And realizes that climate change is more important than everything else.” The gay part, Kaiser added, was 'almost irrelevant.'” ...ALMOST IRRELEVANT, yet VERY NECESSARY to the campaign, or, why mention it? Do we know if any of the others running are "happily married and monogamous"? No. Because it is not important until they at least win the nomination. But with Mayor Pete, it was one of the first things brought out. Why? Because it sets him apart. Problem is, it sets him apart. Many countries in the world with whom our POTUS will have to deal, do not accept this lifestyle and this may be a bridge too far for them. We have to think about that.