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08/03/12 Grif.Net Blog – More Tidbits and Snippets from London 2012

08/03/12 Grif.Net Blog – More Tidbits and Snippets from London 2012

[If you believed any of yesterday’s Grif.Net, then I’ve got some more
interviews and scoops for you today. And a clock in London you can purchase
cheaply . . ]

From the track: “Winning the gold medal should make me a shoo-in for Nike
advertising contracts.”

Advice from mom to the gymnast: “Honey, if you colored your hair, you could
start a winning streak.”

From a newscaster at the Aquatic Center: “A dozen swimmers started the race
at the stroke of twelve.”

From the uniform supplier: “The team bought cheap Chinese running shorts
that shrunk up badly and ended in a very tight race.”

From the wrestling arena: “I love being a member of the wrestling team even
though I’m always prone to lose.”

From the sprinter: “How does this sound for a resume? Summer in London going
around in circles, but have a good track record.”

From Wimbledon: “I thought that agreeable tennis umpire was generous to a
fault.”

From a spectator: “I’m not a big fan of archery. It has too many drawbacks.”

From the judges table: “You two referees shouldn’t argue head to head in
front of the crowd. Do it in private if you have a score to settle.”

From a trap/skeet shooter: “I practice shooting blindfolded to enhance
reaction time, but I found it was an aimless pursuit.”

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Dr Bob Griffin
bob@grif.net www.grif.net
“Jesus Knows Me, This I Love!”