Skip to comments.Axel of Evil: Olympic Mischief Calls for a Drastic Response
Posted on 02/14/2002 5:16:22 AM PST by SJacksonEdited on 04/22/2004 11:46:10 PM PDT by Jim Robinson. [history]
Whoo boy, here we go again. Olympic figure skating judges are being accused of cheating. This is a story that is about as new as the notion that the Corleone family business may not have been limited to selling olive oil.
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What the ISU meant when they said they can't overturn the results is this: We can do whatever the hell we want, but we aren't going to give a gold to the Canadians because we plan on stonewalling and obstructing until the American media gives up.
They don't realize how persistent the American media is. And soon, we may find out this scandal goes to some of the highest levels of the ISU.
Well, let me then be the first to suggest that! It'll bring more of that attractive demographic group with plenty of disposable income to the telebision sets, the San Francisco fairies.
Uh, but they HAVE suggested BALLROOM DANCING, which is even more stupid than ballet.
Ballroom commentator to other commentator: "Well, Mitzi, it is clear that the Brazilians won the tango, electrifying the sellout crowd here at the local gymnasium. On the replay, you can see that the wiggle in her sashay was of superior quality."
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