I address you this afternoon not as a ruler of this blog, not as the member of the elite, but as a citizen of humanity. We are faced with the very gravest of challenges, The Ancient Greeks called this time the Olympiad, the challenge of challenges. For the first time in the history of the planet, a species has the technology to show these events live all over the globe you can know who will win the curling match. Our inner thirst for excellence and knowledge, every step on the ladder of progress, even the wars get put on hold so we our nations can provide the tools to win these honorable battles. Through all of the chaos that is in our world, through all of the wrongs, and mistakes, there is one thing that has elevated our species above our origins, and that is our desire to win. The fate of the world rests in the hands of these 2,629 flying into Canada. May we all citizens the world over see these events through, Godspeed, and good luck to you
Yes, I did spend all night coming up with a speech to match the President’s speech in Armageddon.
Yes, I do think that movie is one of the best ever made.
Also you should totally watch the Olympics. I’ve been streaming them non stop to my computer since Saturday. There’s nothing like live curling action.
I do have one thing to say though, there are far too many commercials on the non-live games. Its kinda frustrating, but whatever, I have like 3 different events going on at once, I’m crazy I know.