The press is off the Olympics shaking itself like a wet dog. Someone should get a mop. The papers seem lost after these thrilling weeks, as if they were standing on the edge of a cliff and afraid of heights. Their headlines are filled with odd places, strange animals, and abnormal people. The photography is straightforward and unenthusiastic.
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