A Plan To Take Again The Curling Power
On the Sochi Olympics, the U.S. men’s and women’s curling teams are a mixed 1-6 in round-robin play. The American ladies stand on the brink of elimination and countenanced a report-breaking beatdown by the hands of Nice Britain. As a nation, we’ve got one medal in men’s curling (bronze, Torino 2006) and our girls have by no means placed. In the meantime, our northern neighbors are the greatest Olympic curling nation on earth, having won eight medals, including three golds, in 9 curling appearances. Merely put, this should not stand.
Well, I’ve a plan. The plan is simple, elegant in its simplicity, lofty in its ambition, and I feel you’ll find the value tag fairly reasonable. The stakes are these: world domination by the United States of the sport of curling and revenge against Canada for its numerous insults to our national pride, which embrace, but usually are not limited to, Justin Bieber, Alan Thicke’s son Robin, and Nickelback. The method is as American stone island ribbed beanie grey as junk stone island ribbed beanie grey bonds and a heap of useless buffalo darkening pristine Great Plains: Seize management of a key curling pure useful resource.