February 10, 2006
Few events are less interesting than the Winter Olympics. That hasn't always been the case. The US/USSR hockey rivalry was fun but that fizzled after the Soviet Union commied its way out of existence.
So all the Winter Olympics has to offer are curling matches and cheating French figure skating judges.
Can it get any worse? Sure it can! During the opening ceremonies earlier today, a prayer for peace was led by that baying old salamander, Yoko Ono. That's right: Yoko Ono praying. This is the same Yoko Ono who, with her drug-addled late husband, mocked religion in general and Christianity in particular. The mind boggles.
If the International Olympic Committee is hellbent on transforming the Olympics opening ceremonies into a celebrity-drenched Super Bowl halftime event, the least they can do is get real celebrities rather than a talentless piece of gristle who masquerades as a prophet of peace.
And judging from this photograph from today's opening ceremonies, organizers must have helped themselves to Yoko's stash.
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