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By John R. Bolton
The president fiddles at his domestic altar while the world burns
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Antwan Odom
The suburban home of Cincinnati Bengals football player Antwan Odom has been heavily damaged by fire.
Capsules for the 32 NFL teams as they begin the 2010 season, in predicted order of finish:
Antwan Odom zips around the Cincinnati Bengals' training camp on a two-wheel transport, getting where he wants to go as fast as he can.
"It's fun," Odom said. "It helps a lot, I think. It saves your legs walking back and forth in the heat. I think everybody should have them."
"When I get hurt, I get motivated," Odom said. "Something comes over me and I've got this thing about proving people wrong. People tell me I can't do something, I'm going to do everything I can to prove you wrong. That's kind of what my whole life has been _ proving people wrong. I'm used to that. It doesn't bother me."