Michael Phelps is back here chillin’ and evidently has passed the torch to a Bolt of lightening. Usain Bolt and his Jamaican teammates ran a 37.10 relay–which is 30 hundredths of a second off the world record the US set in 1992. The Jamaican runners ran as follows: Nesta Carter, Michael Frater, Usain Bolt and Asafa Powell. They won by a huge margin of .96 over the silver medalist team of Trinidad and Tobago. Japan won the bronze.
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Yeah, so Manu and Andres Nocioni got their swerve on and beat The Answer, Duncan, LeBron and Flash up in 2004. In one fell swoop Argentina helped turn a nation of media against its own. It was a sentiment that has infiltrated the psyche of those who normally wouldn’t doubt the talent, drive and dedication of players USA Basketball has assembled. Even though the US is 6-0 and blowing everybody out this side of the New York Knicks (sorry Modi and Poet), there are those who still doubt. They hear the names of Ginobli, Nocioni and Oberto and they think, “Oh my God! Those foreign cats have been dominating the league! There’s no way we could beat them right? Aren’t Dirk and Nash on this team too?”
As Son of a Bush heads into the waning stages of his dude what have I done presidency, this country is at a crossroads. A crossroads where people are speaking up and out like never before–whether others like it or not. Staunch democrats, who just so happen to be Hillary Clinton supporters, are actually saying they’d rather vote for Whislin’ Cheese boy John McCain, than see Obama in office.
That shit is wild just like Chuck said.
Let me refresh your memory on these so called democratic supporters: