It’s time. For the next couple of weeks, the world is going to shut down and everyone’s going to huddle around televisions, radios, telephones, and computers to watch the best athletes in the world compete to see just who is the best. I know I’ll be watching, and hundreds of millions of other people will be watching too. Here’s how you can watch the Olympics via streaming.
Of course, it’s not just heartwarming stories and amazing feats of athleticism that draw people to the Olympics, the 2016 Rio Olympics in particular. This thing, unless everyone gets really lucky, could be a real disaster. After all, this is a country that’s prone to lots of interesting weather even on the best of times, with mountains, jungles, rivers, and beaches to navigate, with some venues being hundreds of miles apart.
Given just how much bad luck the 2016 Olympics has had, it’s not surprising that there’s going to be a few more disasters to discuss before everything ends. Hopefully, it will be the funny kind of chaos, and not the tragic kind. I think we could deal with some flooded toilets and some leaking showers. It might actually be nice.
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