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Wednesday, July 25, 2012

The Olympic spirit doesn't include free speech

That totalitarian vibe you were picking up isn't a product of your imagination:
Triple jumper Voula Papachristou was expelled from Greece's Olympic team Wednesday for her comments on Twitter mocking African immigrants and expressing support for a far-right party. The Hellenic Olympic Committee said Wednesday that Papachristou is "placed outside the Olympic team for statements contrary to the values and ideas of the Olympic movement."
I absolutely loathe the Olympics. It's a corrupt, fraudulent and grotesque celebration of globalism. The idea that Hitler and the Chinese Communists were perfectly acceptable to "the values and ideas of the Olympic movement" but free speech and democracy are not should tell you all that you need to know about the true spirit of the Olympics. Banning an athlete for the "crime" of being a nationalist who doesn't favor the flooding of her country with foreign criminals is far more troublesome than any race-related comments she may have made. The irony here, given the original rules of the games, is that being a paid professional no longer bars an athlete, but being an open nationalist does.

This is exactly the same totalitarian progressivism that has led to the denial of building permits to companies that do not exhibit "Chicago values". Strange, isn't it, how "Chicago values" and "the values and ideas of the Olympic movement" just happen to be exactly the same.

It is in part because of this grotesque political correctness, which is now creeping into European football, that I have no plans to watch the Olympics, except of course in the event that the rumored false flag operation takes place. That might actually be entertaining, certainly more so than the ghastly North Koreanesque opening and closing ceremonies.

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Anonymous FUBAR Nation (Ben) July 25, 2012 1:47 PM  

It's completely out of control. Regardless though, this PC attitude is coming to an end as Europe is collapsing. I think that Golden Dawn in Greece will eventually control the government and expel all the immigrants.

We are under siege.

Anonymous Anonymous July 25, 2012 1:52 PM  

Sorry to see she was forced into the "White Man Grovel". It never works though. First she was forced to humiliate herself, then she was externally humiliated by being canned. To quote the line from Dr. Zhivago, "Your attitude has been noticed."

-BB

Anonymous realmatt July 25, 2012 1:56 PM  

That they're all on drugs doesn't impress me either.

Anonymous Anonymous July 25, 2012 2:01 PM  

It's unfortunate for the victims, but tactically I think this is good for the non-PC crowd. The more cute girls they humiliate, like Voula Papachristou and Zooey Deschanel, the more they'll alienate the masses.

-BB

Anonymous realmatt July 25, 2012 2:03 PM  

Her tweet wasn't offensive at all. Between this and that ridiculous nonsense about the SWIMMER in a BIKINI last month, the Olympics seem to be getting dumber every year.

Anonymous Lysander Spooner July 25, 2012 2:08 PM  

Limp-Icks, expresses my sentiment succinctly.

Anonymous Wendy July 25, 2012 2:13 PM  

I hope she unapologizes.

Anonymous Stilicho July 25, 2012 2:21 PM  

I suspect her comment that With so many Africans in Greece … at least the West Nile mosquitos will eat homemade food!!! is far more tame than comments made by some of the NBA players on the U.S. basketball team.

Anonymous Eric July 25, 2012 2:25 PM  

That's the kinda joke I would tell and I'm black. I don't see the racism. I think the Greeks are just looking for an excuse to leave someone behind because they can't afford the airfare.

Blogger papabear July 25, 2012 2:41 PM  

Zooey Deschanel? She's a PC enforcer.

Blogger Markku July 25, 2012 2:43 PM  

That's the kinda joke I would tell and I'm black. I don't see the racism. I think the Greeks are just looking for an excuse to leave someone behind because they can't afford the airfare.

What's REALLY racist is acting as if black people are such dainty flowers that telling this kind of a mild joke is practically the end of the world, like the Greeks are doing.

What's not racist is, say, the constant super-racist joking in Wreckless Eating between your black namesake and the rest of the group. What it says between the lines is that there is no emotional baggage with regards to race among the group.

Anonymous Anonymous July 25, 2012 2:54 PM  

"Zooey Deschanel? She's a PC enforcer."

No, a PC enforcee. See: http://isteve.blogspot.com/2012/05/latest-racist-zooey-deschanel.html

-BB

Blogger Dan Hewitt July 25, 2012 2:55 PM  

… grotesque celebration of globalism.

I always thought it was a grotesque celebration of nationalism (flag waving, anthems, colors, etc.)

Anonymous David July 25, 2012 3:05 PM  

She has nothing to apologize for, and it is disgusting they booted her out of the Olympics. She trained hard like everyone else and to deny her the chance to compete is immoral.

Anonymous Anonymous July 25, 2012 3:07 PM  

I hope she gets naked soon. It's rare to have a female Olympian who has a 5 face.

Anonymous Daniel July 25, 2012 3:07 PM  

I hate the Olympics because the track coverage is atrocious and boxing has been replaced with what appears to be a computerized muffin sale.

The National Socialist core elements and trappings are the only interesting remnants left.

Anonymous Noah B. July 25, 2012 3:13 PM  

"I absolutely loathe the Olympics. It's a corrupt, fraudulent and grotesque celebration of globalism."

And why anyone would want to waste their time fighting huge crowds in a statist hell hole like London -- just to see people run and jump -- is beyond me. Watching it on TV seems almost just as pointless.

Blogger JD Curtis July 25, 2012 3:37 PM  

Yet another reason to despise the IOC. Try reading this article without grabbing ahold of your monitor and throwing it out the window.

The IOC apparently thinks that Jewish blood is cheap

Blogger Markku July 25, 2012 3:53 PM  

Yet another reason to despise the IOC. Try reading this article without grabbing ahold of your monitor and throwing it out the window.

Because of anger at the writer, or at IOC?

Anonymous Toby Temple July 25, 2012 3:58 PM  

This is the Olympics. No opinions allowed!

Anonymous Paul Sacramento July 25, 2012 3:59 PM  

The Olympics and the IOC are NOT the same thing.
Some of the greatest moments in sports history have happened in the Olympics.
Politics ruins everything and the IOC is just another political body, but lets not throw the baby out with the bathwater.
The ideal of the Olympics is great and that it gives a venue to sports other than the pro ones is great too.
Sure it needs an overhaul and the IOC is corrupt to the max, but lets not make the athletes pay for that.

Anonymous TLM July 25, 2012 4:00 PM  

It would be awesome if her fellow Greek Olympians decided to stay home and give a big FU to the IOC.

Anonymous paradox July 25, 2012 4:01 PM  

I wonder if the Olympics have banned Chick-fil-a yet?

Anonymous Cat McClusky July 25, 2012 4:05 PM  

The hype surrounding each succeeding Olympic Games gets more and more nauseating.

BTW, anybody got a couple of particularly ferocious attack dogs that I could rent?

I'd like to introduce them to those adorable, quirky Olympic mascots.

Anonymous Tallen July 25, 2012 4:05 PM  

So... building permits can be denied for voluntary or involuntary "speech" of a business owner? Liberals/progressives/whatevertheycallthemselvesnow better be careful what they wish for because that is one sharp double-edged sword.

Anonymous VD July 25, 2012 4:06 PM  

Sure it needs an overhaul and the IOC is corrupt to the max, but lets not make the athletes pay for that.

The IOC is already seeing to that.

Anonymous cherub's revenge July 25, 2012 4:08 PM  

Not crazy about pickles on chicken sandwiches, but militant homos are worse, so our Household of Hate will be making the trek downtown tonight to Chick Fil A.

Maybe some of the diversity pouring off the North-South Line will collide with the queer protesters and make for a most entertaining and complete evening.

Anonymous Mike M. July 25, 2012 4:13 PM  

The Olympics are fine. We just need to be a lot more selective about the sports.

Keep anything involving attractive women. Keep the fighting arts, which are fit sport for grown men. Ditch the ball sports and the money sports.

Problem solved.

Anonymous Paul Sacramento July 25, 2012 4:15 PM  

"The IOC is already seeing to that."

Yes, indeed Vox and that is perhaps the saddest tragedy in all this.
The games are being used as nothing more than a political agenda to line the pockets of the IOC.
Saddens me when athletes of this caliber are treated as nothing more than pawns.
Many sports such as the Pentahalon, can usually only been seen during the Olympics.
Its a great time to see the bets of the world do what they do best.

Anonymous Clay July 25, 2012 4:23 PM  

I'm surprised the Olympics haven't figured out a way to especially recognize the homo athletes.

Anonymous Lysander Spooner July 25, 2012 4:26 PM  

The Limp-Icks, are so very , very "special"

"Government money was the largest source of funds for the games, totaling $13.6 million, compared with $7.8 million in cash and donated material from companies and individuals."

"Ben Stevens, the son of U.S. Sen. Ted Stevens, was paid more than $715,000 for three years of work as chief executive of the 2001 Special Olympics World Winter Games, held last March in Anchorage.

Stevens, 43, earned the salary and bonuses while continuing his Washington, D.C.-based lobbying and consulting business on the side, according to The Anchorage Daily News."

Source: http://juneauempire.com/stories/070802/sta_so.shtml

Truth is the Limpp-Icks is another GUNvermint boondogle, designed to fleece the taxpayer and line the pockets of POLY-Tick-ians (multiple blood sucking parasites). They should be flushed down the sh*tter along with the parasites.

Anonymous E. PERLINE July 25, 2012 4:27 PM  

How about the Olympics Authorities allowing paid professionals to take part, millionaire basketball players hockey players, and tennis players? I guess it's an attempt to draw bigger crowds. Hey, what's the matter with curling?

Anonymous Stilicho July 25, 2012 4:31 PM  

I'm surprised the Olympics haven't figured out a way to especially recognize the homo athletes.

Well, Ralph Lauren is making the U.S. athletes wear gay little berets...

Anonymous Daniel July 25, 2012 4:34 PM  

See, when we get Romney in office it will all be better. He knows how to work the IOC so that it loves freedom and the open spirit of competition. I'm sure that's how Salt Lake got the bid...

Blogger JDC July 25, 2012 4:45 PM  

I'm surprised the Olympics haven't figured out a way to especially recognize the homo athletes.

Well, we have synchronized men's diving.

Anonymous Noah B. July 25, 2012 4:53 PM  

"I'm surprised the Olympics haven't figured out a way to especially recognize the homo athletes."

I thought that's why they had figure skating.

Anonymous Chad July 25, 2012 4:58 PM  

I'm surprised the Olympics haven't figured out a way to especially recognize the homo athletes.

Why would the Olympics bother when a progressive media will go out of its way to highlight every brave new athlete that enters the games?

Anonymous raggededge July 25, 2012 5:08 PM  

She is smoking hot though...

Anonymous Suomynona July 25, 2012 5:43 PM  

Political Correctness is fascism without a uniform.

I will not be watching any part of the Olympics now - just for this display of PC insanity. I hope she hires an attorney and sues everyone connected.

Anonymous paradox July 25, 2012 5:53 PM  

Suomynona

Political Correctness is fascism without a uniform.


Dude you obviously haven't seen the US Olympic Uniforms.

Anonymous paradox July 25, 2012 6:06 PM  

Suomynona

Political Correctness is fascism without a uniform.


Dude you obviously haven't seen the new USA Olympic Uniforms.

Anonymous Really July 25, 2012 6:34 PM  

The IOC refused Houston the 2008 Olympics because Texas has the death penalty, which a jury may impose if the murderer kills a child under the age of 6 or an elderly/disabled person, or if they kill multiple persons in the same incident, or if someone dies during the commission of a felony. This was, the IOC said, a massive violation of the rights of the guilty.

Then they awarded those Olympics to Beijing--because apparently, killing just-born children for the crime of not being their parents' first child is somehow a good and noble thing.

And you're shocked that they penalize people for lame, mildly un-PC jokes?

Anonymous Suomynona July 25, 2012 6:38 PM  

Dude you obviously haven't seen the new USA Olympic Uniforms.

I've seen them, and I have no problem with them. They're neat, unpretentious and modest. As uniforms go, they're pretty typical. Uniforms aren't supposed to be flashy or stylish. At least they're not faggoty. And if you're going to have a hat, there's nothing wrong with a beret. I wore one in grade school (I'm not a dude, dude).

Anonymous Razoraid July 25, 2012 6:40 PM  

It is in part because of this grotesque political correctness.

BOOM! End of that pipe dream.

Anonymous paradox July 25, 2012 6:59 PM  

Suomynona July 25, 2012 6:38 PM
I've seen them, and I have no problem with them. They're neat, unpretentious and modest.


I'm glad you have no problem with them... Some people are different. Up until now I've pretty much had a consensus that the uniforms gave off a 1936 vibe.

As for 'dude' I'll do the politically correct thing and not refer to as dude.... sheesh...

Anonymous Suomynona July 25, 2012 7:13 PM  

As for 'dude' I'll do the politically correct thing and not refer to as dude.... sheesh...

No reason for "sheesh". I was only letting you know I wasn't a male wearing a beret as part of a faggoty school uniform. The guys didn't wear the berets.

Plain button-down brown shirt and pants, with a black belt - that's a 1936 vibe. I get a country club vibe from this style - We may be flat broke, but we can still look like we're loaded!

Anonymous Redneck Joe July 25, 2012 8:17 PM  

Anonymous: "It's rare to have a female Olympian who has a 5 face."
I understand not calling her face a 10 because her nose is bigger than the perfect size. But you are saying that if you pulled 100 random women her age off the street, 50 of them would have a face prettier than hers?
This is not true.
Or do you use a scale different from the median based one that I arbitrarily chose, like say one where the prettiest girl in the world is a 10, ugliest is a 0, and 1-9 are evenly spaced increments of attractiveness, regardless of the distribution?
Trying to understand because I have seen this type of rating before here and it does not mesh with reality at all based on the median method, i.e., an 8 is more attractive than approximately 80% of all women in her age group.

Anonymous p-dawg July 25, 2012 8:52 PM  

@Really: "This was, the IOC said, a massive violation of the rights of the guilty."

They're wrong. It's a massive violation of the rights of the innocent. Look up the Houston crime lab on Google - they fabricated and misrepresented evidence in almost every case they processed. Then ask yourself if any of the other crime labs are any different. I don't oppose the death penalty because I'm against the death penalty. I oppose the death penalty because I don't trust the people who administer it.

Anonymous WaterBoy July 25, 2012 9:11 PM  

TLM: "It would be awesome if her fellow Greek Olympians decided to stay home and give a big FU to the IOC."

Not that they wouldn't, but the IOC was not the one kicking her off the team...her own national committee did that.

Anonymous Outlaw X July 25, 2012 9:14 PM  

I don't oppose the death penalty because I'm against the death penalty. I oppose the death penalty because I don't trust the people who administer it.

I don't oppose the death penalty because I'm against the death penalty. I oppose the death penalty that the State administers.

Fixed. :)

Anonymous Scintan July 25, 2012 9:30 PM  

I understand not calling her face a 10 because her nose is bigger than the perfect size. But you are saying that if you pulled 100 random women her age off the street, 50 of them would have a face prettier than hers?

Yes, without much question about it.

Anonymous castricv July 25, 2012 9:34 PM  

All they really did is add a really hot member to Golden Dawn. Someone who might ordinarily have been a good blind little pc sheeple is now enlightened and taking another 100K people with her. Olympics don't matter anymore. Look for her to have a nice Maxim spead or the like in a few months and have far more money that a Greek triple jumper ever would have dreamed of. Watch a few youtube videos and marvel my friends.

Anonymous Godfrey July 25, 2012 9:35 PM  

Hmmm.. the Olympics are still going on? I didn't know.

Anonymous castricv July 25, 2012 9:41 PM  

And Scintan if you live in the US or Britain you are full of sh IT . I can find porkers and freaks in every 5 out of ten women in tose places. Her body alone would put her in the top 30 even if she was gross. She is easily an 7 on beauty and a 8 on actually you know being hot.

Anonymous zen0 July 25, 2012 9:59 PM  

Sure it needs an overhaul and the IOC is corrupt to the max, but lets not make the athletes pay for that.

WE ARE!
PENN STATE!
WE ARE!
PENS STATE!
WE ARE!
PENN STATE!

Shouldn't they try to be recruited by other organizations?

Anonymous Scintan July 25, 2012 10:03 PM  

And Scintan if you live in the US or Britain you are full of sh IT . I can find porkers and freaks in every 5 out of ten women in tose places. Her body alone would put her in the top 30 even if she was gross. She is easily an 7 on beauty and a 8 on actually you know being hot.

I'll say this as nicely as possible, not that you deserve it. First, the question was about the face, not the body. Second, People have different tastes and I don't find her face to be more than average at best.

Anonymous castricv July 25, 2012 10:13 PM  

Scintan---

Well thanks for your unbelievable restraint! You put your preferences out there and that's fine, but don't get upset when someone calls you out on your statement, especially when it is clearly incorrect. Anyone in the US or Britain can go out randomly and pick 10 women 18-90. Go ahead and try it. Without question, unless you just happen to be at an elite southern university or Rodeo Drive, every man on this site would find the Greek girl prettier than at least 6-8 of the specimens you find. Guaranteed.

She is by no means gloriously hot, but in this country even an average 30 year old who works out is leaps and bounds above the cave trolls out there. Don't have such thin skin.

Anonymous Scintan July 25, 2012 10:20 PM  

Well thanks for your unbelievable restraint! You put your preferences out there and that's fine, but don't get upset when someone calls you out on your statement, especially when it is clearly incorrect.

I wasn't clearly incorrect, you moron. You didn't even get the question right since, as I noted, it was about just the face and not the whole package. If you're too stupid to realize that I was being nice given that, my condolences to your parents.

As for you opinion on the relative looks of women, well, you're every bit as big a moron there.

Anonymous AXCrom July 25, 2012 10:22 PM  

Since Blogger won't let me link for some reason tonight check this out -Here's a decent picture... http://img.lagaceta.com.ar/fotos/notas/2012/07/25/502449_20120725135129.jpg and if I weren't happily married I would certainly take this girl out for a celery juice and ouzo or whatever the hell brave Greek girls drink.

Anonymous castricv July 25, 2012 10:27 PM  

Scintan -- Great! You are probably the coolest cat in town. Everyone is your friend. Try not to beat you your dog too badly tonight over what some guy told you on the internets....

You win.

OpenID ampontan July 25, 2012 10:31 PM  

Ironic that an "open nationalist" is banned from an event that nominally promotes globalism, when what that events actually promotes is nationalism.

No one in the stands is cheering for the athletes from The World.

I read an article some years ago by a female academic who was asked to speak at a university in a former Soviet Central Asian country not long after 9/11. Considering the Islamic population, she came prepared to defend the American response to 9/11 (This was early days still.)

She was floored because no one brought it up. They were all complaining at the treatment their country's athletes got from American judges at the Olympics, in sports she had never heard about.

Anonymous Redneck Joe July 25, 2012 11:16 PM  

castricv
"Scintan -- Great! You are probably the coolest cat in town. Everyone is your friend. Try not to beat you your dog too badly tonight over what some guy told you on the internets....
You win."
He didn't win. He is comparing her to "girls on tv" or "girls in magazines" or like you said, girls at an elite university, or something like that. Or now that I think of it, maybe "girls I would consider," simply not counting the 1-4s.
I had to go to a mall in Lakewood, CO last weekend. It is absurd to say that half of the 20 somethings walking around were prettier than this olympic girl. I wouldn't have mentioned it if it was close, but it isn't. As you said, every man reading this thread would choose her looks over 70 random women out of 100 if it were truly inclusive and the choices were unbiased by this argument.

Anonymous El Pollo Loco July 25, 2012 11:55 PM  

Will the Olympics have a donut-eating contest?

Anonymous 11B July 26, 2012 12:00 AM  

To be fair to the Greek girl most of the photos show her in competition mode. She might look a bit better if she were dressed up and made up to go out on the town.

Anyways, here is the same story in the Daily Mail and it has some more pictures of her. You might check these out before deciding whether or not you are attracted to her.

Anonymous bob k. mando July 26, 2012 12:24 AM  

Paul Sacramento July 25, 2012 3:59 PM
Sure it needs an overhaul and the IOC is corrupt to the max, but lets not make the athletes pay for that.

VD July 25, 2012 4:06 PM
The IOC is already seeing to that.



not sure if just general Vox snark or if Vox is actually aware of the latest, greatest news out of the Olympics:
http://olympics.yardbarker.com/blog/olympics/article/egypt_knowingly_gave_its_olympic_athletes_counterfeit_gear/11299780

Anonymous TheExpat July 26, 2012 12:48 AM  

Way to lose a potential medal, Greece. One would think that in their situation, they would be grateful for any chance to get heir hands on some gold or silver, or even bronze.

Anonymous The other skeptic July 26, 2012 12:55 AM  

Ha ha, Stars Earn Stripes.

Anonymous JI July 26, 2012 1:01 AM  

I thought the joker was supposed to be the false flag. Now that he's in jail, the Olympics will lose out.

Anonymous Really July 26, 2012 1:05 AM  

They're wrong. It's a massive violation of the rights of the innocent. Look up the Houston crime lab on Google - they fabricated and misrepresented evidence in almost every case they processed. Then ask yourself if any of the other crime labs are any different. I don't oppose the death penalty because I'm against the death penalty. I oppose the death penalty because I don't trust the people who administer it.

I'm not sure what your point here is. Is it that this somehow makes China's One-Child Policy not a death penalty, or is it that you want to draw attention to yourself and how cleverly anti-government you are?

Either way, that doesn't make the IOC any less hypocritical in the described example, does it?

Anonymous cherub's revenge July 26, 2012 1:31 AM  

All they really did is add a really hot member to Golden Dawn.

According to the Telegraph she already is a member or supporter. I'm guessing the GOC is probably made up of pre-collapse holdovers and were looking for anything to punish political opponents.

Blogger AdognamedOp July 26, 2012 2:55 AM  

I'll watch the games because I love the competition and hope to see team USA own.
If I was to boycott every sporting event the filthy hand of marxism has tainted I'd be left listening to amatuer Romanian ping pong broadcasts via hamm radio- or some sh!t.
Every relevant sport has been infected with the disease of liberalism. Whether it be the pinking of NFL team colors, the fining of the NBA player who dared tweet the term "faggot" or the boxer who gets denied a victory for his opposition to homo marriage. The examples are numerous.

Anonymous p-dawg July 26, 2012 3:10 AM  

@Really:

Uh, it's supposed to show that I think innocent people are being executed, and I think that's bad. Why you chose to attempt to demonize me, I don't know. Why you brought China's reproductive policies up, I don't know, but if you're going to equate forced abortion with the death penalty (which is not a typical use of the phrase "the death penalty", but whatever), then you should know I am also against government-mandated abortion. Are you? What point were you trying to make? (Other than you feel I am a bad person and shouldn't speak, I mean) Also, no, the fact that the IOC was incorrect in their characterization does not, in any way, make them less hypocritical and only a drooling retard would even imagine it possibly could.

Blogger Crude July 26, 2012 3:26 AM  

Vox,

Seems rather outside of your normal topics, but I was wondering if you were going to do an entry over the Chik-fil-a controversy or the recent Boy Scouts controversy? In the Chik-fil-a case, there's been some fallout over the company COO stating flatly that he's against gay marriage. In the Boy Scouts, a member of (I think) the Boy Scouts' board recently announced he was in favor of allowing gay scout leaders, and said he'd intend to change the Scouts from within (though the board recently voted to uphold their ban on such).

Blogger LP 999/Eliza July 26, 2012 4:18 AM  

The Olympics are unpopular, its a comical they still receive so much attention. I reached my saturation point of the repulsive hero worship years ago. Fraud is fraud and its transparent.

Semi OT: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/music/opera/9418792/Russian-opera-singer-withdraws-from-Bayreuth-festival-over-Swastika-tattoo.html

Blogger James Higham July 26, 2012 5:03 AM  

Over here we want this thing done, finished and out of here.

Blogger Crude July 26, 2012 5:28 AM  

My bad, I just noticed you actually covered Chik-fil-a in this exact post. Durr, I blame being tired.

Anonymous The Great Martini July 26, 2012 8:19 AM  

Funny how she was all, hey that's just how I roll...until she realized she might get canned from the team, at which time she abruptly switched to grovelling. There's principled right-wing nationalism on display.

Anonymous Clay July 26, 2012 8:56 AM  

Did someone say up above in this thread that she had a face???

Blogger The Aardvark July 26, 2012 11:15 AM  

"Well, we have synchronized mens diving."

Which would be so much more effective if done with Klaus Nomi makeup .

Blogger The Aardvark July 26, 2012 11:25 AM  

As to Chik-Fil-A...

Anonymous WaterBoy July 26, 2012 3:12 PM  

Vox: "The idea that Hitler and the Chinese Communists were perfectly acceptable to "the values and ideas of the Olympic movement""

Don't forget that the Nazis initiated the torch relay, too.

Anonymous Anonymous July 27, 2012 10:36 AM  

ZITO VOULA PAPACHRISTOU!!!

Take back the apology honey.

Blogger pegge lee September 03, 2012 3:23 AM  

As soon as i saw the headline i couldn't wait to get to start reading
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