Why have Americans allowed the British to overtake us in the pivotal contest to erect waterproof coverings over large tennis stadia? What has become of our national honor?
UPDATE: Speaking of tennis, tonight featured the Footfault Heard Round the World. And I didn't see it because I didn't even know they were playing tonight. But I probably wouldn't have anyway since I was watching USC-Ohio State instead, which turned out to be helluva game too. But if I'd known, at least I could have switched obsessively back and forth between the two.
And all the while, Wozniacki and Wickmayer were playing a U.S. Open semifinal before a roaring crowd of 300. Sheesh.