Screwed

Screwed

I’m sure everyone knows that the Olympic games always lose money. The question is, who picks up the tab? You’ll never guess. It’s the tooth fairy! No, wait. Father Christmas!! Or, maybe the taxpayer? Can’t be sure. But it’s one of those three, any road.

Just in case you’d like to know just how BIG a tab Father Christmas (or was it the tooth fairy?) pays, just watch the following video which is full of fascinating facts and figures, plus some cool scenes of a dude on a snowboard. Here’s Stefan Molyneux. (Do you think he might be Canadian?) Thanks to ModernMarketingJapan blog for the inspiration. And after you’ve read this, why don’t you pop on over to ModernMarketingJapan.blogspot.com and tell him that the Olympics AREN’T “bread and circuses” they’re not they’re not they’re not! If we all go over there and write that in his comments, I’m sure we’ll change his mind.

And who cares about some silly toga-toting, sandal-wearing old goofball who’s been dead a few thousand years, and didn’t even speak English, anyway?

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