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Stars dot Occupy Wall Street protest Kanye is no alien to provocative politics. GETTY IMAGES

The Occupy Wall Street crowd has made Zuccotti Park a celebrity hot spot. Kanye West and Russell Simmons stopped by yesterday, walking among the demonstrators as they toured the camp. “Just left #occupywallstreet had a big yogic

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The Occupy Wall Street protesters aren’t going anywhere — and neither are the NYPD barricades blocking Wall Street. “I hate the barricades. It’s like we’re caged in,” said Janice Weinman, 38, who works in hospitality on Wall Street. “They have to give us our sidewalk back.” Chris Richards, 33, who works in finance on Wall Street, said it’s not even the protesters who annoy him; it’s the blockades that jam the sidewalks.

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“I hate these things — it disrupts the flow to get to work, to leave work, to go to lunch,” Richards said. “Imagine if there was an emergency and we all had to evacuate. Where would we go?” Community Board 1 will hold an unprecedented

meeting tomorrow to address the concerns of Lower Manhattan residents and workers. “We need the NYPD to address the barricades — we have residents that are calling and saying they can’t get in to their buildings,” Julie Menin, the Community Board 1 Chair told Metro. At the meeting, protesters will meet with members of the NYPD, the community, the mayor’s office and representatives from Brookfield Office Proper-

ties, the owners of Zuccotti Park and reluctant hosts of Occupy Wall Street. But to April Condell, 23, who has to weave through metal fencing and is questioned by cops on a daily basis just to get to work, the meeting can’t happen soon enough. “The protesters are at Zuccotti Park,” a few blocks away, she said. “The NYPD is actually occupying Wall Street.” EMILY ANNE EPSTEIN emily.epstein@metro.us

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BK perv strikes for 12th time 20-year-old groped in Windsor Terrace Sunday is latest victim Police up presence in South Slope The pervert terrorizing Park Slope has struck again: He groped a woman over the weekend in what police say is now his 12th attack since March. This latest attack happened in Windsor Terrace

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on Sunday night. A man followed a woman walking down Vanderbilt Street near her mother’s home just before midnight. Then, as she was only steps away from her mom's house, he suddenly attacked her and groped her breasts. She screamed and he ran off. Cops — who have released three different sketches — said either one or multiple men are behind the string of attacks that started in March. So far, the suspect has groped 11 woman and raped one woman in Sunset Park in June, according to police. He has been targeting the area stretching from Greenwood Heights to Park Slope. Police have not named any suspects, but are warning women to be on alert: The sex predator usually strikes at night and follows women as they walk alone, according to police. ALISON BOWEN

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One week after fatal crash, loophole in chopper law revealed Helicopters allowed to enter Hudson River airspace previously reserved for small, private planes A loophole has been revealed in New York helicopter safety laws that may be putting lives at risk, according to a report in the New York Post yesterday. After a small plane slammed into a tourist helicopter in 2009 on Manhattan’s West Side, killing nine people in a fiery crash, the Federal Aviation Administration restricted airspace above the Hudson River. The airspace between 1,000 and 1,300 feet was accessible only to private planes, the FAA decreed, hoping to avoid future midair collisions. But a loophole was created a year later, the New York Post reported yesterday, when the FAA allowed tour helicopters to enter at two separate places within that airspace. The news comes on the heels of a helicopter crash last week, which killed one woman. Local officials have criticized the tourist choppers, saying they clog the skies with frivolous, and potentially dangerous, sightseeing flights. Now, tour choppers can climb above 1,000 feet by entering through corridors at the Statue of Liberty and the Boat Basin on West 79th Street. The newspaper reported

Chopper loophole angers pilots Both FAA bigwigs and private pilots in Manhattan are furious over the newly revealed loophole. “You have hundreds of helicopters flying up and down through that airspace, and nobody knows about it,” Manhattan pilot Ken Paskar told the Post. “It’s insane.” Private plane pilots have not even been warned about the oncoming choppers, according to the report. that a “letter of agreement” was signed between five chopper tour companies and two FAA officials. Jeffery Smith, chairman of the Eastern Region Helicopter Council, told the Post that higher choppers are less of a headache to residents complaining about noise. ALISON BOWEN

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Sailing Heals takes group out for a breezy day sail on the Hudson When it comes to treating cancer, a day of carefree fun can be just what the doctor ordered. Sailing Heals, a nonprofit based in Massachusetts, takes patients and their caregivers out for a day on the water. Last week, the organization held its first sailing trip in New York City. On Oct. 6, Sailing Heals partnered with Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and Cancer Cares to

take 18 people out for an excursion on the Hudson River aboard “The Black Watch” sailboat. Volunteer captains donate their time to take people out on the water. Trisha Boisvert, director of Sailing Heals, refers to them as “admirable admirals.” “There’s something really special about strangers who give their time and boats and say, ‘Today is all about you,’” Boisvert said.

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Even though many patients sign up, turnout depends on the patients’ health that day, said Boisvert. Boats are always equipped with Dramamine in case of seasickness. Anthony Terio, 54, is one of the patients who signed up for the trip last Thursday. “He had a blast. He steered the boat by the Statue of Liberty,” Boisvert said. “He’s lived in New York his whole life, but

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Million-plus preorders put doubt to initial poor reviews Has Steve Jobs given Apple one last gift? More than a million people placed early orders on Friday for Apple Inc.’s latest iPhone, the last product that the company debuted before the death of its cofounder Steve Jobs. Orders for the iPhone 4S,

which will appear on store shelves this Friday, surpassed Apple’s previous one-day record of 600,000 sales for the iPhone 4, pushing the company’s shares up 4.3 percent to $385.50 on the Nasdaq stock market.

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Netflix going back to basics Chief Executive Reed Hastings reversed an unpopular decision to separate his company’s DVD rental business and online video streaming service, sending the stock up 7 percent in early trading. U.S. customers will continue to go to Netflix.com for streaming and DVD-bymail rentals, as the company has dropped plans to move its DVD rentals to a separate business called Qwikster, Hastings announced. REUTERS

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Optimists: They ignore bad stuff A new study suggests that some people’s brains can practically ignore any kind of negative news Hence smoking Brain experts added that the prospects are good for optimists — with countless health advantages DIGITAL VISION

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“Negative information is not absorbed as easily,” says Dr. Tali Sharot. “That is why ‘smoking kills’ campaigns don’t work.”

Human brains are hardwired to be optimistic, even in the face of evidence to suggest the opposite, scientists have discovered. In a study published this week, neuroimaging experts from England’s University College London found that people with an “optimism bias” can ignore any potential negative news and information. “Optimists are very selective in how they process information,” says Dr. Tali Sharot, who conducted the study. Nineteen individuals were asked to estimate the probability of 80 negative events such as divorce or cancer happening to them in the future. Scientists measured their brain activity while volunteers were lying in a MRI scanner. The individuals were then told the average probability of the different events occurring, and asked to do new estimations. Researchers found the volunteers did large updates if the information was better than expected. If

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the data was negative however, it was almost ignored. Sharot says: “Our study suggests that we pick and choose the information that we listen to. The more optimistic we are, the less likely we are to be influenced by negative information about the future.” According to her, this bias has a natural explanation: “Eighty percent of the population are optimists because of evolution. People with an optimist bias tended to survive and procreate.” Sharot continues: “This study gives us clues about the unhealthy brain and what is wrong in depressed individuals.” KARIN WASTESON letters@metro.us

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Melissa McCarthy and her Emmy in the dress she designed herself for the award’s show.

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Prince Harry has been in California less than a week, and he’s already turned heads on two separate outings, according to People magazine. First, the prince hit up McP’s Pub in Coronado, Calif., for a burger and a beer with some pals. “He was very personable. He was a nice guy, very low-key,” the bar’s manager tells the magazine. “A couple of girls wanted to take pictures but they said

Kelly Rowland is opening up about her decision four years ago to undergo breast augmentation surgery after growing tired of having “little nuggets for boobs,” she tells Cosmopolitan UK. “The decision was 10 years in the making, so I’m comfortable talking about it,” she says. “It’s something I really wanted to do for myself — not for a man, not for work, for myself. And I love them.”

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design her own fashion line. “I just want people to wear it and feel good about themselves,” she tells Us Weekly. As for who would be wearing her items? “I haven’t thought about anyone else but me. It’s just a lame way to get clothes I want,” she jokes. McCarthy studied fashion before turning to stand-up. Seriously, this makes me so happy. In a world where so many “celebrities” get fame and fortune because of how they look and not because of their talent, it’s great to see someone use their abilities and healthy body image for good.

O’Donnell gay-dar was off Rosie O’Donnell admits that when it came to her new girlfriend, Michelle Rounds, her powers of perception weren’t quite what they used to be. “I thought she was a 28-year-old heterosexual girl, because that’s what she looked like to me. And she’s a 40-year-old gay woman,” O’Donnell tells Nightline. “My gay-dar was way off!” But the mistake was likely for the best, the talk-show host admits. “I think if I had known that she was gay, I wouldn’t have been brave enough to talk to her,” she says.

Solo says being nude is no match for ‘DWTS’ “Dancing with the Stars” contestant Hope Solo went totally nude for the cover of ESPN The Magazine’s Body Issue. But the soccer star says being in the buff on the cover of a national magazine is no match for the dancing competition. “There’s no question!” she confided to us while at ESPN’s annual Body Party in NYC on Thursday. “I am confident in my body. I am confident in my athletic frame and I take pride in that. It’s what brings me success. Dancing, I have no experience in. I’m not very good at it.” And when it comes to other bodies she admires, teammate Carli Lloyd gets her vote. “She is phenomenal. Not only does she have the speed and endurance, but she’s got the leg power and quickness. And she’s got the curves, which I think is actually feminine and actually really brilliant.” – with additional reporting by Sally Morris

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Paging ‘Dr. Ozzy’ Osbourne gives medical opinions with a metal attitude What may surprise you is that the man known for ‘Flying High Again’ has grounded advice Spot the licensed therapist

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zzy Osbourne may be the last person you’d turn to for medical advice or psychological counseling — but hundreds thought otherwise, and hard rock’s most affable singer opened himself up to answering questions for his brand new book, “Trust Me, I’m Dr. Ozzy.” He is rock ’n’ roll’s ultimate survivor, he reasons playfully upon being asked his credentials. The book is a great mix of batchomping tongue-in-cheek answers and sincere advice from one who has gone off

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the rails on a crazy train and lived to tell. But one thing Osbourne usually defaults to, in conversation and the book, is the phrase, “Go see a f—ing doctor!” Since Osbourne had been answering these health-related questions for his book, we thought we’d pose a few that our resident therapist, columnist Jonathan Alpert, has answered recently. And we put them side-by-side. Surprisingly, their answers aren’t too different. PAT HEALY

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problem. It might be symptomatic of larger problems in the relationship. 4. Is it normal that I forget people’s names and often can’t remember where I parked my car? A) Yes, it’s normal. If, though, it’s happening more and more, then see your doctor. Make sure you’re physically OK and you’re getting all the nutrients you need. Stress can also lead to forgetfulness. B) My short-term memory is terrible. I’ll go, “I put my watch down here, where the f— did I put my watch?” Or if I’m holding something I’ll go, “Where did I get this f—ing brush?” And I’m holding the f—ing thing. But mine is attributed to a couple of years ago when I had a motorcycle accident and I was in a f—ing bad state for a while. And ever since then it’s gotten worse. ... I remember things that I did in the ’70s and the ’80s, but I can’t remember last Thursday. Answers: 1) A=Ozzy, B=Alpert 2) A=Alpert, B=Ozzy 3) A=Ozzy, B=Alpert 4) A=lpert B=Ozzy, obviously

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Scout moves on from a NYTimes.com column to her own book, ‘The Puppy Diaries’ Jill Abramson on balancing a ‘hard-nosed’ news editor career and her puppy ‘obsession’ In her storied journalism career, Jill Abramson has been an investigative reporter for the Wall Street Journal, the Washington bureau chief of The New York Times and, as of this year, the first woman in the 160-year history of the Times to become promoted to executive editor. But sometimes the most dogged of editors and reporters just needs, well, a dog. Abramson’s version came in the form of a fuzzy, charismatic Golden Retriever puppy named Scout. It was this softer side of herself she chronicled in

“My husband and I just had this kind of obsession about if we were doing things right in her early months. But, of course, there is no perfect way. That’s the lesson I hope people learn.” JILL ABRAMSON

a yearlong weekly online column for the Times entitled “The Puppy Diaries.” “I wouldn’t say it was a refuge from hard news, be-

cause I love hard news and thrive on it. But it was about a part of me that is very different from the hard-nosed, confident news editor,” says Abramson on the columns, which are the basis for her new book, “The Puppy Diaries: Raising a Dog Named Scout,” out today. Abramson sees “The Puppy Diaries” as a cross between a memoir and a manual. “I certainly hope it gives new dog parents — or owners, however they classify themselves — some practical guidance, but also helps them relax a little bit. They’ll read specifics

[about Scout’s training] but they will also go through the voyage of someone who is a very, very busy person and a fellow ABBD — aging baby boomer with a dog — and I hope people will be able to relate to it.” And as for the star canine herself, Abramson says Scout is “very into” all of the attention. “From the online column, she is used to people taking her photo and video and coming up to her,” she says. “But now, she’s ready for her closeup.” DOROTHY ROBINSON

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TV’s golden girls Meet the women behind the hit Fox comedy ‘New Girl’ Series creator was afraid she wouldn’t find a lead ‘as weird as I am’ Luckily, ‘adorkable’ Zooey Deschanel walked in the door

Jess, the titular “New Girl” in Fox’s new hit comedy, is one of a kind — she offhandedly references “Lord of the Rings,” constantly sings to herself and does this little “hubba hubba” thing with her glasses when she sees a cute guy. But bringing Jess to life took the work of two quirky kindred spirits, “New Girl” star Zooey Deschanel and series creator Liz Meriwether. The women could be sisters. At a press event before the show’s premiere, the

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pair both dress in a sophisticated-cool, “oh, I just found this at the vintage shop” style, exchanging rapid-fire compliments that make the other equally excited and adorably embarrassed. “Liz and I are, like, connected. So when your souls are connected, you’re meant to do a show together,” Deschanel says. “I didn’t think I could, you know, find somebody that’s as weird as I am,” Meriwether interjects. “The first time that she came in

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With a song in her heart: Why Jess can’t stop singing Zooey Deschanel’s other gig is as one half of the band She & Him (she sings and plays piano and ukulele). Music plays a big part in “New Girl” — the theme to “Dirty Dancing” is featured in the pilot episode, and Jess often breaks out into little ditties. But don’t expect to see Jess auditioning for an “X Factor”-like show in an upcoming

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episode. “Jess is not a singer because she … thinks she’s, like, a great singer,” Deschanel explains. “It’s just part of how she expresses herself.” “She sings when she doesn’t know what to say,” series creator Liz Meriwether adds. “We kind of play with it, like she likes to sing in different styles depending upon her mood and the moment.” Examples? “Ethel Merman, a little jazz standard, a little heavy metal,” Deschanel hints.

“[Jess is] someone who expresses her emotions all the time … which I think is a really great contrast with the other characters, who are less in touch with their emotions,” Deschanel says. “A lot of the comedy comes out of that juxtaposition.”

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‘Last Man Standing’ COMEDY. “What happened to men? We used to build cities just so we could burn them down,” Tim Allen’s “manly man” — a sporting goods store exec — grunts in a rallying cry to the Web. (He had been too busy fixing tires and fishing to figure out this Inter-

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Playing politics like an insider For “Ides of March,” his political drama about a fictional Democratic presidential primary race, director and star George Clooney put together a stellar cast, including Ryan Gosling, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Paul Giamatti, Marisa Tomei and ... himself. And when it came casting the role of Sen. Thompson, a primary rival of Gov. Morris (Clooney) whose endorsement could mean a nomination-clinching collection of delegates, Clooney knew just who to

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go to: film and stage veteran Jeffrey Wright. A Washington, D.C., native, Wright relished tackling the more corrupt side of politics shown in the film. Your character provides a very particular commentary on politics.

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Governor Morris (George Clooney) addresses supporters after receiving Senator Thompson’s (Jeffrey Wright) endorsement in “The Ides of March.”

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It’s hard not to be at least a little cynical about politics, especially considering current events.

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Yeah, there are a couple guys. No one I want to mention, but a couple guys. It could be a little lacking in political discretion.

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Critics missing protest’s point RE: “PROS AND CONS OF THE PROTEST”: The recent crit-

icism of Occupy Wall Street from Republican candidates has been nothing but laughable, given they all self-identify with the “1 percent” who landed the country in the current economic mess that prompted these protests. It’s inevitable they’ll condemn those demanding economic justice, given how much they themselves have to lose; this is all the reason needed to eject them from power.

Herman Cain and Republicans miss the point. The Occupy Wall Street movement does not wish to “be given a Cadillac”; they want a fair shot at earning that Cadillac. Right now the working class is being buried by stagnant wages, outsourced jobs and accelerating costs. The wealthy, ever since Reagan, have seen tax rates fall from 70 percent to 35 percent and the Cap Gains Tax from 39.6 percent to 15 percent. Big business, after creating the financial collapse, got bailed out. Do individuals get that opportunity? DAVID DIBELLO, BROOKLYN

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hurts. If we as Americans banded together and collectively followed these suggestions, our power could peacefully make the changes we wish for.

RE: “FOX TURNS 15”: Like

every rich 15-year-old, Fox is arrogant, has a sense of entitlement, rarely tells the truth and bullies anyone or anything to get its way.

Libra Sept. 23-Oct. 23. There is a good chance that neither you nor your mate will be using your best judgment today. Put off making any major decisions until you have plenty of time to think. Scorpio Oct. 24-Nov. 22. Use both self-discipline and common sense when it comes to anything that has to do with health matters. You know what you shouldn’t be doing. Sagittarius Nov. 23-Dec. 21. Don’t allow yourself to be caught in the middle of a situation where a friend is trying to use you as a pawn in his or her political maneuvers. Capricorn Dec. 22-Jan. 19. Be on guard when on the job, because there is a good chance someone will attempt to take credit for your accomplishments and the good work you’re doing. Aquarius Jan. 20-Feb. 19. Don’t be caught off guard by someone playing a game of one-upmanship. If this individual catches you napping, he or she will make sure you come out second-best. Pisces Feb. 20-March 20. Be exceptionally diligent about your financial affairs, especially if you’re involved in a joint endeavor. If she or he misfires, it could cost you plenty.

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strongly disagree with Tom Foreman’s assertion that Obama is not the underdog in the 2012 election. Thanks to that insane “Citizens United” Supreme Court decision, the Republican attack machine can dump unlimited money into vicious attack ads one day and disappear the next. Republicans like the Koch brothers have literally billions of dollars to throw around.

Want to protest Wall Street? I suggest this plan: 1) Don’t use ATMs that collect fees; 2) Do not use credit cards; 3) Buy only American. This will hit the corporations where it

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Aries March 21-April 19. If it seems like everybody you know disagrees with your point of view or way of doing something, it’s time to review your thinking. You could be afflicted with tunnel vision. Taurus April 20-May 20. Be cooperative and do your part, but don’t be a doormat for anybody who tries to palm off his or her chores onto you. Let that person fend for himself. Gemini May 21-June 20. You shouldn’t need to wager in order to make a competitive sport or activity more exciting. In fact, it can work against you if you place more attention on it than on the enjoyment of the events at hand. Cancer June 21-July 22. Life is tough enough without adding selfimposed penalties on what you’re attempting to do. Instead of taking the line of least resistance, you might do everything the hard way. Leo July 23-Aug. 22. If you and the party you’re addressing are each interested only in your own thinking, you’ll never hear a word of what the other is saying. Virgo Aug. 23-Sept. 22. Don’t act impulsively on a business proposal that is being offered you without first examining it thoroughly. It could be better for the other guy than for you. BERNICE BEDE OSOL

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Minaret Station, New Zealand This newly opened spot is the first camp pitched at the end of a dramatic valley in New Zealand’s Southern Alps, and it’s only accessible by helicopter. Despite its remote location, the level of luxury here is outrageous: Each tent is fully carpeted with sheepskin and has a deck with a hot-tub. Guests can unwind in the shared Mountain Kitchen, complete with a library, dining room and open fires. www.seasons.co.uk

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Kinnikinnick Farm, Illinois Camping here is less tent, more cabin; but still, the experience gets you back to nature, like a return to “Little House on the Prairie.” The tents are set on a working organic farm in the middle of rural Boone County, Ill., just 85 miles northwest of Chicago. There’s an emphasis on leaving the modern world behind and enjoying the countryside, with farmyard animals for the kids to meet and long slow-food dinners made with farmfresh produce. A new camp near San Francisco is set to open in 2012. www.featherdown.com

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Tangled up in blue Tuck angered by Pierce comment The last thing the Giants need during this period of uncertainty is any in-house dysfunction. Luckily that hasn’t happened, but they certainly didn’t account for ex-Giants piling on the injured. Former Giants linebacker Antonio Pierce was very critical of Justin Tuck because he didn’t suit up Sunday. Pierce told ESPN radio that leaders like Tuck need to be out there. “If you don’t have an injury that needs surgery, you need to be out there,” Pierce said. The mild-mannered Tuck responded yesterday. “Tell Antonio he knows my cellphone number if he has anything to say to me about the way I play the game.” METRO/TW

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Eli Manning threw for more than 400 yards against the Seahawks — but also had three interceptions and a lost fumble.

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Rex: What meeting? The purported wide receiver meeting that never happened still on Jets’ minds If Mason, Burress and Holmes didn’t meet, they had better soon

After the Week 4 loss in Baltimore, wide receiver Santonio Holmes called out his quarterback in a post-game locker room rant that went public two days later. While Holmes later amended his comments to say that they were the entire offense, the public damage was done. Then on Sunday morning, a report surfaced that Holmes — along with fellow wide receivers Plaxico Burress and Derrick Mason — had walked into Ryan’s

office late last week to complain about not getting enough balls thrown their way. “That’s ‘Ripleys’ to me. If it is, then maybe I got hit in the head or something,� Ryan said. “I don’t remember that.� Wisely, the always-diplomatic Sanchez refused to comment on the situation or any internal bickering after an efficient Sunday against New England where he completed 16-of-26 for

Burress, Mason 44 and Holmes have just 44 catches this year. The leading receiver on the team is tight end Dustin Keller. 166 yards and two touchdowns with no turnovers. He had no concerns about the effects of the supposed strife on the team. “No. No, not at all. Our guys are better than that,� Sanchez said. “They care about this team and our

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Fans sporting Jim Kelly jerseys. An appearance by Thurman Thomas. Now, add a 4-1 start. The Buffalo Bills are really turning back the clock these days at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Following Sunday’s 3124 victory over the Eagles, Buffalo is tied with the Patriots atop the AFC East. As if that wasn’t shocking enough, the team isn’t just doing it with smoke and mirrors. The Bills actually look like a force. “It’s still early. We still have a lot of work to do to get where we want to be.

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We’re happy where we are right now, but we’re not going to settle,” said Fred Jackson, who ran for 111 yards against Philadelphia. As the clock hit all zeroes, in a rare role reversal, it was the Buffalo fans taunting the Philly fans heading for the exits. The home-field advantage is back in western New York. “You look around and there’s no seats open,” wide receiver Naaman Roosevelt said. “It’s definitely good that the fans are enjoying it.” MIKE GREGER

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United States national team coach Jurgen Klinsmann he never wants to play at Red Bull Arena on a Tuesday night again. Or for that matter, anywhere else. Klinsmann replaced Bob Bradley with ideas to change the infrastructure of the game in this country. That includes when the games are played, an apparent sore subject for Klinsmann, whose national team played Saturday night in Miami and now travels up the coast to New Jersey to play Ecuador tonight. “I definitely was not very pleased with that. I had no hand in those five games we were going through, Mexico, then L.A., Belgium — not a very good mixture

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here. Then those two games, with Saturday [then] Tuesday, those games were already scheduled before I came on board,” Klinsmann said. “Now moving forward I will have a say in the schedule. I won’t sign off games played Saturday [then] Tuesday.” Ecuador, who qualified for the 2010 World Cup and have emerged as a powerhouse in South America, will test the United States — especially on a Tuesday night with just three days of practice in between games. KRISTIAN DYER


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