Jay starts with a song, whose title William F. Buckley Jr. once used for a book. Then he gets into judges: What makes a good one? He continues with some “Trumpservations,” as he has called them in the past. And he ends with a letter from a musicologist who compares a quarterback of today, Tom Brady, to a composer of yesterday, and forever: Mozart.
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