The summer games in London are upon us. I think that means tonight the U.S. will get a re-broadcast of the opening ceremony from earlier today. I'm not a fan of such things, half-time shows and "spectacles" of that sort, but I am curious to see whether the U.K. can put on a show to match the one in Beijing, whose budget had to be... I dunno, England's GDP or so.
Will you be watching the opening ceremonies? Following the medal counts? Any particular events you like? (For me, the summer games are all about track & field. Push the buttons really fast!) Discuss.
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