Duuuuude: Obama’s Olympics interview & Bob Costas’ giant orb of obedience

It’s been a pretty trippin’ Olympics so far.

President Obama was of course interviewed during the opening ceremony of the Olympics (otherwise known as “the games that take place as a background for NBC’s Obama interviews”), and from the look of things he’d been hanging out with the snowboarding team in the Choom Wagon:

I spotted Air Force One in the distance yesterday after Obama spoke at Michigan State, and maybe those contrails weren’t from the plane’s engines.

Prior to that I was transfixed by this:

Bob Costas’ “orb of obedience” instructed me to “change the channel.” I complied and am now awaiting the next arrival of the Hale Bopp comet.

Author: Doug Powers

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