Saturday, July 28, 2012


From online, I see people are against certain aspects of the olympics, dubbing them useless. I'll never be a sports-y person, but I'm glad the olympics are hosted every four years (the summer ones are always badass. My first one watching in TV was at Athens).

I'm never sure why we admire the athletes so much, but I remember how happy Ecuador was when Jefferson Perez competed. He was an individual and not the country, but he managed gold and then years later the silver under Ecuador's name.

Besides, I already talked about "useless" things. I'm glad certain countries have the luxury to enjoy moments of our world.

P.S: I said I'd update, but I'm typing this with Hannibal's help, and I gotta go Do Stuff for Trip to Ecuador.

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