"But certain interests of particular people are so important that it would be wrong - morally wrong - for the community to sacrifice those interests just to secure an overall benefit. Political rights mark off and protect these particularly important interests. A political right, we may say, is a trump over the kind of trade-off argument that normally justifies political action." - Ronald Dworkin (RIP)
Jo-Will displaying perfect 10 net jumping form after losing to Klizan at US Open 2012.
Aren't you supposed to do that after a win?
Tsonga of France jumps over the net during his match against Slovakia's Martin Klizan in the second round of play at the 2012 US Open tennis tournament, Thursday, Aug. 30, 2012, in New York. Fifth-seeded Tsonga was upset by Klizan in the second round. Photo: Paul Bereswill / AP
Klizan had a different reaction, a more likely one after a loss.
Maybe a New York thing.