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Kluwe's blog: 'Losing sucks'

In his "Out of Bounds" Pioneer Press blog, Vikings kicker Chris Kluwe doesn't hide the truth. He writes that when a professional athlete loses a game, it's like "a colony of fire ants gnawing away at your inner abdominals, spitting their venom all over your insides."
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In his "Out of Bounds" Pioneer Press blog, Vikings kicker Chris Kluwe doesn't hide the truth. He writes that when a professional athlete loses a game, it's like "a colony of fire ants gnawing away at your inner abdominals, spitting their venom all over your insides."

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