Announcer 1: And now we go to the Inishmore in progress. Bob, can you tell us what we're looking at?
Announcer 2: Well, Bob, we're seeing the Inishmore at the beginning of Day 4. Frankly, there's not as much advancement as we might have hoped, given Amy's strong start and the fact that she had no hard commitments at all on Day 3.
Announcer 1: What were the factors there, Bob?
Announcer 2: Some have been saying that her cross training in other domestic events might have been a mistake, Bob. The Freestyle Dishwash might have made her hands feel good, but the 100m Spider Chase and Heavyweight Clutter Boxing took time away from Inishmore and, frankly, contributed no tangible benefits to it.
Announcer 1: Except to reassure her husband that she hadn't gone all Rain Man about the Knitting Olympics, Bob.
Announcer 2: Well, there is that, Bob.
Announcer 1: What are the prospects for the future, Bob?
Announcer 2: Pretty good, Bob. After all, the back of the sweater is about a quarter of the total knitting and she's on track to finish that tonight, so she's certainly not out of the running. She also just discovered that Feb. 20 is a holiday in the U.S. So barring any upsets, a gold is still possible.
Announcer 1: Thanks, Bob. We now go to the Lace Stadium to check up on events there.

3 comments:

  1. Carl Norum said...

    Presidents' day is only a holiday if you work for some kind of liberal-commie-pinko company. :-(  

  2. Suz said...

    You rock, Amy. I hope you can hear me cheering!  

  3. Christopher said...

    Gasp! This is the big event, how can you be wasting precious finger strength typing?  

 

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