LOSING'S FOR LOSERS WHO LOSE... 

LOSING'S FOR LOSERS WHO LOSE...

And thanks to the miracle of feng shui, nobody ever has to lose again. Except, of course, for real losers who are beyond the help of modern science. Officials at the Cardiff, Wales, Millennium Stadium have turned to a doctor of feng shui, the art/science of designing spaces to encourage the flow of chi, a sort of life force/positive energy sort of thing. They have done so to lift a terrible curse on one of the stadium s dressing rooms. That s right, a curse. A curse most foul. A cursed losing curse that makes winners into losers and losers into biger losers and big losers into hopeless, simpering louts hardly worth spitting on. The feng shui doctor will attempt to change the room s energy by burning incense, scattering sea salt, lighting candles, and chanting. Should the procedure prove effective, a similar treatment might be in store for the Grizzlies.

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