February 28 2010 11:10PM
We were sent an amazing set of pics and tales from loyal Citizen of the Nations KS, who has taken the road trip of a lifetime with two buddies and attended 7 - count em 7 - separate Men's hockey games at the Olympics.
February 28 2010 09:08PM
The Olympics are, of course, all about athletic competition, pushing to be the best, and coming together as a global community to celebrate peace and goodwill. But let's be honest here, it's also about winners and losers. Canada may have won the most gold ever but I think it's time we took a look at the real winner: America.
February 28 2010 11:57AM
In case we needed some more incentive for tonight’s game, a win on the ice by Canada will set a new winter Olympic record for most Gold medals in one Olympics: fourteen I guess Own the Podium wasn’t far off after all.
February 26 2010 08:11PM
You: "Oh hey Wanye, thanks so much for writing Olympic updates like you said you would. We have really enjoyed the nine day gap with no articles ya fall down."
WG: "Thing is, last time we wrote the Canadians lost to the US. We since have come to believe that no OGDBs are good luck for the Canadian team which must come first at all times."
You: "If that's the case, why are you writing today?"
WG: "To give the Women's Team mad props and unveil a cool new feature for the site. Ok?"
You: (shamed silence)
WG: (crosses arms, smiles in smug victory)
February 26 2010 06:18PM
According to the great German philosopher Nietzsche, there are two types of people in this world, the Last Man and the Ubermensch (or the Superman).