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{ August 9th, 2012 }

Not-Okay To Be A Drunk Athlete At The Olympics

Not-Okay To Be A Drunk Athlete At The Olympics

Belgian cyclist Gijs van Hoecke was sent home from the Olympics by the nation’s Olympic committee after he was photographed looking drunk and disoriented while leaving a London nightclub.

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  1. pickles says...

    I don’t know if he was ‘looking drunk’. I’d say he was definitely drunk. is that puke down the front of his shirt? geez have some self respect!



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{ August 4th, 2012 }

Not-Okay To Pretend He [Bob Costas] Didn’t Step In It

 Not-Okay That Bob Costas's Comments on Gabby Douglas Winning Gold Naive

So Bob Costas the sports guys decides that Gabby Douglas’s victory at the London Olympics
isn’t all that remarkable. Despite being the first African-American to
win gold in the gymnastics all-around, he felt it proves
we’re kind of over the black and white thing.

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{ August 2nd, 2012 }

Not-Okay IRS Wins Gold in London

IRS Taxes Olympic Medal Winners
The U.S. Olympic Committee awards prize money to American medal winners: $25,000 for gold, $15,000 for silver, $10,000 for bronze. That prize money is taxed at a rate of as much as 35 percent, Americans for Tax Reform calculated. On top of that, the medals themselves are taxed: You only have to fork over $2 to the IRS for the privilege of keeping your bronze medal, but carve off $236 worth from that gold medal.

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