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.@traecrowder: Every 4 years, the Olympics remind the world America is still pretty badass https://t.co/1PCFGvmCYf pic.twitter.com/xriJYKO9nE— New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) August 14, 2016
.@traecrowder: Every 4 years, the Olympics remind the world America is still pretty badass https://t.co/1PCFGvmCYf pic.twitter.com/xriJYKO9nE
'Freedom boner' hahahahahahahahhaha
Trae forgot to say we need to add drunken muddin' to the Olympic events!
America's success in Rio has happened without Donald Trump.
The USA is good at sports, no doubt about it, and they also win the gold, silver and bronze medals in Arrogant Athletes.
Not always.But NBC sure thinks the US are the only teams we want to see. I will NEVER watch the Olympics on NBC again.
What I love above all else this time is our true diversity...all our teams, individuals are of every race. The genuine affection between all our teams is inspiring considering the horrible election speeches by that POS Trump. Watching more black women compete...swimming & gymnastics cost big bucks and transportation back and forth for years, overcoming those issues and winning is esp sweet. Those 2 Simones belong on a poster for our youth. I must admit the ocean & beach are in my blood so those contests I love. I lived in Newport for a while and saw the top players during a tour once...love volleyball, both in and out, men & women. Phelps...what can one say but history was made, how does one deal with that? I hope he becomes a coach and stays active in the sport, he is still humble and just a nice guy.
I am always surprised at the ferocious nationalism that the Olympics can bring out in me.That said, I was utterly delighted that nations that don't usually shine have won gold so far in some of my favorite sports: Sanne Wevers of the Netherlands (which has never won anything in women's gymnastics) got a gold today in balance beam ahead of American stars Laurie Hernandez and Simone Biles.Also, in swimming, Kazahistan, Singapore, and Denmark beat out the USA faves for gold... How nice for them! Regarding Singapore, Joseph Schooling (who swims for the U of Texas) placed ahead of a three-way tie for silver in the 200m butterfly ahead of Michael Phelps, Chad Le Clos of South Africa, and Hungary's Lazslo Czeh, who have been fierce competitors for years. Fortunately, the silver trio graciously clasped and raised hands. Very classy, I thought.
Waffles? Spit my coffee
Don't feed the trolls! It just goes directly to their thighs.