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MON 19 JUN 2017
“What synchronised swimmer would not want to swim synchronously in the centre of a stadium filled with state of the art luxury boxes?” Conclude that synchronised swimming does not mean what we think it means in Los Angeles Again Asks Why the Olympics are Here.
MON 12 JUN 2017
“Assuming your arteries survive that, you will then have the opportunity to witness world class athletic competitions at world class venues, most of which already exist or are going to exist anyway.” Realise that kale is overrated as Los Angeles Again Welcomes You to the Olympics.
MON 22 AUG 2016
“And after that, it must figure out what it is going to do with Dilma Rousseff.” Discover a solution better than “change the colour of her diving pool” in I Take My Clothes Off in Your General Direction.
MON 15 AUG 2016
“Having ten boxing events for men, but only three for women, is an outrage.” See who has the will of the warrior in Grabbing for the Rings.
MON 08 AUG 2016
“It’s right there in the name.” Avoid the soylent manufacturing facilities in Stumping Edvard Takes Off.
MON 01 AUG 2016
“Wait, how did that last one get in there?” See what Amber Lynn slipped past the editor this time in All Glory to the Sponsors.
MON 20 AUG 2012
“So I guess you could call this a catastro-Feck-up.” Come to the conclusion that we are making no Fecking sense as you discover that Gosh, That Wang is XL.
MON 13 AUG 2012
“It has been far too long.” Know how long is long enough in Copper and Marshmallows.
MON 06 AUG 2012
“What kinds of things are not acceptable to tweet?” Determine whether you should keep your thoughts about the number of Africans in Greece to yourself [hint: ναι] in Stump Edvard and Win a Gold Medal.
MON 30 JUL 2012
“Information below is accurate, if at all, as of SUN 29 JUL 2012.” Come face to face with another opportunity to locate the GoobNet Super Factual Error in Please Proceed Directly to Some Other Lane.
MON 08 SEP 2008
“The benefit of this event is that it would be funny to see a tiny gymnast do a 720 on a skateboard, or to see the world’s top BMX cyclist eliminated from the competition because he overused the inside rein on a 20 metre circle in the dressage.” Consider the implications of broadening competitors’ horizons in Icosipentathlon.
MON 25 AUG 2008
“But for those of us whose rights haven’t been violated [yet], these Olympics were lots of fun.” Disregard the secret police who are following you around in No Horses Allowed.
MON 18 AUG 2008
“I wish we could have had 2,000 didgeridoo players in Sydney.” Reconsider things for people to do in Interaction: Is the Olympic Truce Dead?.
MON 11 AUG 2008
“We’re going to do a scene, but everything we say has to be writable, in Chinese, with a certain number of brushstrokes.” See why not everything is on the same side in Whose Opening Ceremony Is It Anyway.
SUN 29 AUG 2004
"The Vegas odds on who's appearing at the closing ceremony: Tetrahedron Guy 2:1, Octahedron Guy 4:1, Dodecahedron Guy 3:2, Icosahedron Guy 12:1." Bring ancient Greek culture into modern life in From the Torch to the Grill.
SUN 22 AUG 2004
"So, if you're concerned about whether you'll still be able to succeed as a cabdriver at the New York Games, all I can say is, Δαγκώστε το λαμπρό γάιδαρο μετάλλων μου." Start planning ahead for sporting events in odd locations in Interaction: Does Your Delegation Feel Safe?.
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