Now that the football season is over…and the Knicks and Nets suck…and I don’t really give a crap about baseball…what’s left to do on Sunday? Watch the Olympics? Snore!
I view the American olympic initiative with ambivalence. For a few reasons. First, I know the USOC forwards a scant 6% of its revenue to US athletes. The rest goes for parties and blow jobs…err…excuse me, administration. And second, despite my appreciation for the fortuitous circumstances that led me to be born in a nation of plenty, I have difficulty rooting hard for a country that put me through an endless wringer – and took twice as much of my life savings than I owed them. And…they came through my door with an expired warrant.
But enough of that. Back to the Olympics. Despite my generally flaccid response to all the hoopla, I just love the CHLOE KIM story. I first became aware of Chloe via a pre-Superbowl commercial which I felt was the best 30 second interlude of the entire day. And then the next thing I knew, she won!
Chloe is sooo cute…and sooo a valley girl. I wonder what that numbskull who fancies himself a “stable genius” had to say about her victory. If it were up to him, she’d have won the gold for Korea and not what some others in the world might call that shithole country with that asshole in charge. As far as I read, he didn’t say a mother fucking thing about her triumph. Am I crazy or are the two biggest assholes in this entire world leading the two most powerful countries in that same world? Exactly how did that happen?
Let’s move on to LAURA INGRAHAM and her take on LEBRON JAMES’ and KEVIN DURANT’S criticism of the president. First, where was DJT when we needed him to grab some woman by the pussy? Of course, he wouldn’t grab hers because she’s too old. Or because she never sucked dick for a living (reference to Stormy not his wife – no lawsuits, please). Or maybe both!
As role models, I believe Kevin and Lebron have the right – and even the duty – to make note of our fearless leader’s racism. But guys. Can you conjugate a verb? Or get your tenses right? On the other hand, both guys spent almost their entire lives being groomed to play basketball for a living. Let’s say an abused little girl went into hooking as a direct or indirect result of that sexual abuse. Would you expect her to voice an opinion using proper syntax?
Anyway…what the fuck do I know? I’m just rambling because there’s no sports to watch on tv today. I think that was my original point.