Friday, August 10, 2007

Olympics will be dirty

International Olympic Committee president Jacques Rogge said the dirty air in Beijing might force some events at the 2008 Olympics to be postponed. ''Yes, this is an option,'' the normally cautious Rogge told CNN. ''It would not be necessary for all sports, sports with short durations would not be a problem. But definitely the endurance sports like the cycling race where you have to compete for six hours, these are examples of competitions that might be postponed or delayed to another day.''

Normally I am not a big fan of the marathon, but if there is a chance of death, you can be damn sure I will be tuning in. Before you call me sick, this type of drama is what draws people to auto racing. Now if they could make all the events this risqué, the Olympics would be back to their full glory. I'd recommend releasing sharks into synchronized swimming pool or using platform divers as targets for the skeet shooting competition. I'd even pay for NBC's TripleCast just to see that fag Alexandre Despatie dodge bullets.

1 comment:

ng chang loves box said...

too bad their women weren't as dirty as their city.