Now, getting back to real man sports, such as the Olympics, this shouldn't even need saying, but I will anyway since the Gay-owned media seems to think otherwise, but real sports fans like me don't care about stories reporting the sexual habits of our sports stars. I don't recall anyone asking Wayne Gretzsky to reveal his sexual preferences prior to signing him up and there certainly weren't any news stories about it before he had ever set foot on the ice with the NHL. I don't recall any news articles about Troy Aikman's sexual preferences, or Joe Montana's, and all we ever heard about Michael Vick was what went on at his house where he wasn't even living with regard to dogs and dog fights, but not sex.
As long as we're on the subject, and before I get to the Olympics, I'd like to ask you this: what happens when this gay NFL player gets into a fight with whatever guy he happens to have a relationship with and he beats the other guy up? Will he be condemned for domestic violence? Will the feminists rise up and demand that he be fined or kicked out altogether? We already know the answer, don't we? Nothing will happen. He will be held to a totally different standard because all these people screaming about 'equality' don't actually want anything even remotely close to equality. They want power and privilege and a class-based society where the 'right' people are above the law and the rest of us are crushed by the law.
"No, I'm sorry"
Now, Olympic hockey is on and you know I love hockey. Early today I watched Canadian hockey players slugging it out with Norwegian hockey players and all I could think was, all these guys are descended from the same Scandinavian viking stock. Their sisters look like Swedish supermodels and they all play a mean game of hockey. Thank God for the Scandinavian people and all the cool things they bring to the world - our hottest movie stars and supermodels, our greatest hockey players and other extreme athletes expertly dominating in some of the world's weirdest winter sports. And of course they gave us Abba.
|We will rape and pillage your country, you Saxon dogs!|
Hey, stop laughing. Abba sold over 300 million vinyl albums. That's pre-internet, pre-Amazon 300 million. I think The Beatles and Led Zeppelin may be the only 2 bands to sell more, but I'm not even sure of that. There were only 2 bands to outsell them, that much I remember. And don't you laugh at them Swedes. Vikings will rise again long before the Confederate South ever does and when that day comes you'll be sorry if you don't have at least one Abba record to show in order to stop them from looting and pillaging your home ( I think if you show an Ace of Base CD that may work, too, but I wouldn't bet my life on it.)
|Slap that paddle - Luge Relay|
So they have added a new event to the Olympics - the Luge Relay. It's like the old 4x400 track and field sprint relay I used to run back when I thought I might one day compete in the Olympics, only with ice and luges and Germanic peoples flying on their backs down a pipe at 90 mph. At first I thought it was funky, but it didn't take long to decide that this damn sport is super awesome. It is so much fun to watch. They are hauling ass and one tiny mistake, just getting a teeny bit sideways or up against the edge of the pipe, and you've instantly lost a full 1 second and are out of medal contention altogether. And 3 different luges have to travel the course error-free for each and every team. The first luge is usually a woman. If she messes up, the team is out of contention but still has to run. That happened to Austria, surprisingly enough. The second run is usually a man, or maybe it just worked out that way. I don't think there's any rules regarding the Biological Sex (you'll never hear me say fucking 'gender' on this blog) of the order required or anything, but there appears to be a requirement that at least one competitor per team be female. I assume at least one competitor has to be male, too, but you never know with political correctness. Anyway, almost every team ran a male solo luger for their 2nd run. The 3rd and final run is a 2-man luge, which is apparently harder and slower. Each team tries to run up as big a lead as possible prior to launching their final 2-man luge. Each luger has to reach up and slap a paddle at the finish line in order to open the gate for the teammate who comes after them. The 2-man luge has to slap it to stop the clock and finalize their time. If any team member fails to slap the paddle then their whole team is OUT. Sounds funky, right? But it's cool as hell to see. Seriously, if they show this in a rerun later you should watch. It's awesome.
|First ever tie for Gold in Women's Alpine |
- Tina Maze and Dominique Gisin -
Several US competitors who won gold medals in previous Olympic competitions were basically 'expected' to win more of them this time. And several of these athletes who are basically required to come home with gold did not. Shaun White had a hard hit on the rim of the half pipe and failed to finish his first run. Then he had more trouble in his second run and failed to medal at all. The American media went ballistic. Several American athletes who were being demanded of that they bring home a gold showed cracks from the intense pressure and were unable to enjoy the games thanks to our media's constant barrage of gold medal demands. This happens in every single Olympic competition and we never learn from it. Even so, overall these are some fun Olympic games. I'm enjoying them, anyway. Are you watching? What are you enjoying the most? Did you see the luge relay? That was wild.