Dear Average Troublemaker,It's called intelligence. I'd share, but
it wouldn't fit.Sincerely,Take a long look in the mirror
Let us not forget Spencer Heywood, who was a member of the 1968 Olympic Team,
and also played for the Jazz.
Dear Joe,I'd love to do as you request - that is, to make the world
a more turbulent place, etc. - but fortunately (or unfortunately) the Neocons
are already doing a fantastic job of that for themselves. Thanks
for the invitation though.Sincerely-Your friend and, if you'd
like - though I don't really have those sort of leanings - comrade
For the vast most part I enjoyed the O games. My favorite sport was Team
Handball, womens mostly. I think if promoted right it would do really well here
in the United States. It is fast moving exciting and depends on quickness rather
then size. Enough scoring to keep Americans interested and fairly inexpensive to
Another Jazz player has also won an Olympic Gold Medal: Adrian Dantley was a
member of the 1976 "Bounce Back" team in Montreal, that avenged the
controversial loss in 1972. (Don't get me started on THAT injustice. The IOC
should award duplicate golds to the '72 team)
Hey guys, this article isn't about the BYU vs. Utah football junk. It's about
the Olympics and its local ties.
how an article celebrating a wonderful Summer Olympic games and the success of
local participants could turn into a Utah vs BYU forum!I am so sick
of trolls can take the most innocent of stories and use it to unleash their
hatred against anything that even hints of BYU.Thanks Ted for
reminding us that their are a lot of idiots out there with nothing better to do
than bash others. This is getting very old.
Evidently you didn't attend Steve Youngs Hall of Fame acceptance speech in
Canton, Ohio.You may want to become more informed.
I am pretty sure I read the other day that Alex Smith lost his starting job with
the 49ers....he is now on a slippery downward path.
Ever hear of Steve Young? NFL MVP? Danny Ainge? At this point I don't think you
can put Smith and Bogut in the same league as these two. Time will tell.
I love the olympics. While it was exciting watching Phelps phenomenal swimming
and Nastia Liukin's amazing gymnastics, I was impressed watching the young
runner from Somalia. She came in last but she still worked hard and was happy to
be there. She was one of an extremely few athletes coming from that country and
she didn't have the training, nor the funds the other athletes had that she
competed against. Yet she qualified to compete and she did it. Those
kinds of things tug the heartstrings.
@Anonymous 10:19. Good one, comrade. Good one! Keep on trolling, and making
the world a more turbulent one for all!
A quick perusal of some of the postings above makes you wonder if neocons will
ever be happy about anything in their miserable lives. ?
great show to show case Chinas using underage gymnasts. Nothing like issuing
Bogut and Smith were both the #1 drafted people in their drafts. The Utes are
the ONLY school to ever do this in the NFL and NBA. The zoobies never had anyone
that could be a sucessful #1 player in the NFL and NBA. They will both go on to
be stars in there leagues.
"Former University of Utah standout and No. 1 NBA draft Andrew Bogut helped
Australia break out of an early tournament funk to reach the medal round, only
to have Bogut turn an ankle early and the Aussies get overwhelmed by the
Americans in the quarterfinals."Because with Bogut in the lineup the
Aussie's really would have given the US a game... HA!!!
Yes they have been confirmed by official Chinese issued birth documents. What
more of a confirmation could anyone ask for?
Give China some due respect. The facilities and ceremonies were incredible!!!
The Chinese women gymnasts ages have been confirmed, Scott. Where have you been
that you have to use some old nonsense to attack?