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SE40 Week 3 - Protect Yourself At All Times

This week taught us that fencing is the only combat sport in the Olympics without weight classes, which made me wonder if it oughtn’t at least have height classes. 1.104 palabras más

The Shin A Lam Controversy: Polar Depictions

By Jasmine Lee

   The 2012 London Olympics spurted excitement, nationalism, and unification for people all around the world. It was a match between  countries, with South Korea near the pinnacle. 611 palabras más


La Belle Dame sans Merci

O what can ail thee, knight-at-arms,
Alone and palely loitering?
The sedge has withered from the lake,
And no birds sing.

O what can ail thee, knight-at-arms, 16 palabras más


Highlights from South Korea’s Very Bizarre Olympics

When it comes to the Olympics, I’m only mildly interested in things like winning and gold medals. Oh no, I’m far more interested in things that go woefully wrong – I’m the guy who watches figure skating during the Winter Olympics and prays that somebody falls down. 667 palabras más



The Olympics is now over which means I’m open for all the gossip. A lot went down at these dramatic 2012 London Olympic Games but I am going to focus on four of the main stories. 502 palabras más

NBC Embarrasses Itself On the International and Olympic Stage Too...

We know NBC Sports’ incompetence all too well, don’t we Kings fans? Chatting about irrelevant nonsense during critical plays, insight into the game that rivals that of a 12 year old Anaheim Ducks fan and a bunch of irrelevant hyperbole and fluff that is too stupid for knowledgable fans and too boring for the casual one. 276 palabras más

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Half Way Into London2012 and Team South Korea are flying high

Unless you’ve been under a rock for the past week you may have noticed that the Olympics have started in London. It’s been an exciting week for the South Korean Team with a number of both highs and lows. 202 palabras más