Beijing to Broadcast
Uncensored Olympics in 2008
(7/20/01 - Diego Frenzy)
In a move that startled PRC hardliners and red communists everywhere, the Chinese Olympic
Committee proposed broadcasting the games live on national television for the upcoming
2008 games. In the past, the COC has shown only edited tapes of previous
competitions. The present proposal would radically change the status quo of using
pirated computer graphics to digitally enhance the Chinese competitors.
China grabs gold at last Olympics.
For the games in Atlanta in 1996, most of the Chinese
populace remembers Dao Shiulang, the Fukienese marathon runner who not only beat the
running dogs of imperialism but also the French team that came in a close second, and who
went on to win seventeen gold medals in track, field, and downhill slalom, all in the same
uniform. The red and yellow uniform is now retired and hangs above the prison where
Dao was later interrogated and beaten to death by the officials claiming he was a spy upon
his return from the United States.
(Insert Name), third from left, is nearly caught adjusting his
crotch. He was later put to death.
The Friday vote by the COC
may have assured outside committees from European and continental concerns, but it left
potential future participants from the Chinese provinces in a quandary.
"They say we must win, especially at
softball," seven year-old Xin Lonjiun, an up and coming star of over handed pitching,
was quoted as by our staff translator from Berkeley.