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Plus, given the fact the the blond b...o owns some serious business in Sochi, she could use all her political / mafioso influence to deny Yags an opportunity, since she made it clear what she thinks of her husband's former rival when she tried to humiliate him in a direct confrontation on the national television (but made herself look like a complete idiot instead).
Or that maybe Plushenko was on the Sochi bid in 2007, has been Ambassador of Sochi now, he has been also a successful athlete with 3 Olympic medals and honestly guys, they had to pick one eligible athlete to represent the present and they just did pick him. If they wanted Yagudin instead of Rodnina for the past representation why not, but then again why not A. Dimitriev or Anton and Helena or like a hundrend athletes - Olympic Champions of Russia on any winter sport. Was it also a conspiracy against them by blonde mafia?
I mean not all things in universe are floating around Yagudin - Plushenko past rival so that they picked one instead of other and I doubt Yagudin would want to fly to Vancouver for one fraction of second in the presentation of Sochi.
Last edited by seniorita; 03-01-2010 at 04:53 AM.
Speaking of Anton and conspiracy.
Anton, alas, was a studio guest in a 'humoristic program' called ParisHilton'sSpotLight on Russian TV the other day, in a segment about Olympic figure skating. And while the hosts were dissing and mocking Johnny Weir and Evan Lysacek, Anton laughed along with them. The show's turned out to be pretty much like that infamous piece by Nancy Kerrigan and that idiot-don't-remeber-his-name she invited to talk about Johnny Weir a couple yrs ago.
Needless to say, Johnny's Russian fans are furious.
The conspiracy part? I guess it's along the lines - Look who won there! A sissy. A cry baby. We need real men there. And Anton graciously agreeing to come back and to be one.
I thought we were talking about the closing ceremonies???
Oh, I hated the beavers/mounties part. Count me as one who hates Canada being stereotyped like this. I know it was supposed to be a tongue-in-cheek caricature but did the rest of the world see it that way? Micahel Buble doing "Maple Leaf Forever" was great, but I didn't like what came with it. I was wondering if a giant Tim's cup wa scoming out next. Canadians probably would have cheered for that! LOL I also liked when William Shatner said, "I'm proud of Loooouuuuuuu". LOL
I don't like Avril much but I loved that the Japanese athletes loved her and were dancing away!
Mao was the flag bearer!