Well, I guess I got a little too hooked on Olympic coverage.  But I am glad it’s over.  Too much of a good thing, I guess.  Anyway, let’s see what we learned from the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

  • Michael Phelps is a stud.  A dorky looking stud.
  • Chinese gymnasts were under age.  Commie cheaters.
  • Beach volleyball is a good thing, and NBC’s segment covering the hand signals demonstrates why.
  • Costa Rica didn’t win any medals.
  • Becky Hammon + Chris Kaman = Traitors
  • Usain Bolt is an Ass-Clown.
  • Synchronized swimming is retarded.  So is BMX racing (that’s what the X-Games is for).
  • Female weightlifting gave me bad dreams.
  • Team USA men’s basketball team was impossible to root for.  Too may rapists and wife beaters.
  • I forgave Alicia Sacramone the second she did whatever she did to lose the gold medal.  Too cute to be mad at.
  • USA dominance in softball ends.  I will miss Jennie Finch.  Will NOT miss Crystl Bustos.  Yikes!
  • The Aussie women’s basketball team should have won the gold medal based on looks and uniforms alone.
  • The opening and closing ceremonies were over the top.  Including the lip-synching kid.
  • Nastia Liukin has a freakishly large forehead.
  • The French talk smack to the Americans and were surprised by the bitch slap?  Come on, Frenchy.  You should know better.
  • Scandals, scandals, scandals.  Way to go China.

Anyway, with the Braves sucking so bad, I need the NFL to get the season going ASAP.  That should bridge the gap until basketball season.  And with basketball and football in full swing, all will be right with the world.  ’sigh’

-Dave Q.

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