Dictionary.com WOD Digest

The cyborg athlete must never become impassible, for pain is that which allows us to retain a modicum of humanity.

The sports superstar who is contumacious with the media perhaps senses his cyborgian role as information-factory, and yearns simply to be left alone as an artist.

Alas, Steinbrenner?s largesse went unrewarded this fall, so it is back to the vaults for 2004.

Humankind once harnessed cataracts of water to power turbines and produce electricity; it won?t be long before humans themselves step in to fill that role.

Disconcerting: when my inner voices periodically speak up, sotto voce, to suggest that the sportsBabel project is heading in the wrong direction.

Towards the end of a marathon, one views only wraiths, bodily annihilated, the only feature belying the apparition a drumbeat cadence of footsteps toward the finish line.

After the race, these same runners become vapid and zombie-like as they attempt to reconcile the meaning of their accomplishment.


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