Chris Dupuy

Friends Before Football

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Instead of bemoaning that Super Bowl Sunday isn’t a “National Holiday,” Chris Dupuy argues that we should be declaring it a truer kind of holiday: a celebration of friends.  

“The smile of an old friend heals like a sliver of sunshine on a cloudy afternoon.” —me

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Chris Dupuy

Chris Dupuy is a reformed Wall Street lifer currently residing in the Bay Area. He is passionate about music and all things related to the world of sports. More of his writing can be found at, a site he created in an effort to better cope with the travails of rooting for hopeless and broken New York sports franchises.

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