Let The Worrying Begin! 

I knew there was a downside to the Red Sox victory.

(from today's Boston Globe)

A region so used to fretting, frustration, and second-guessing is going to need to rethink what it now means to be a Red Sox fan, said Harold S. Kushner, rabbi laureate of Temple Israel in Natick and author of "When Bad Things Happen to Good People."

"I would like to think that it will make us normal, but will it be as much fun when we're normal?" Kushner asked. "What will happen to talk radio if people don't call in and say: 'They killed my grandfather. They killed my father. And now they're coming after me.' I think ultimately it will be healthier, but you take all the neurotics out of the world and life won't be as interesting."


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