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Re: Awards Ceremony
They may have been good about reporting, but the fact remains that they
booed her. Not only is this very rude but can you imagine how that made
Val feel. Put yourself in her place. If I had work very hard to
accomplish something and at 52 years of age had accomplished something
as great as a gold metal and then at an awards ceremony you were booed
and hissed it would be very disheartening. Maybe you are all better
women then me, but if that had happened to me, I would be somewhat
upset. Too bad we can't put on an Awards Ceremony here and let the whole
USA team and individuals know all of once just how very proud that we
are of them for bring home the individual gold and the team silver. Now
that would be deafening!
It is going to be 50 degrees today and I'm going riding. And my 7 year
old girl, Kate is grinning because she is going with me. She is going to
be riding one of those crazy wild Arabs of mine. :-)
Angela C. McGhee wrote:
> >Considering some of the more extreme elements in the mid East, she is
> luck that it was only booing. Sad but true It's a good thing
> >none of our ladies understand their language as I'm sure lots of >ot
> nice things were said about them.
> Oh come on, ya'll aren't being very culturally understanding. I remember
> when Maggie Price quoted the headline when our all women team won in
> ...was it Italy? It was something like "LasAmazonos Americanos" or
> something like that.
> Think about it, some poor fellow has had it drilled into his head that
> he's better than women...then he gets beat...women CAN'T be better than
> he thought, so he must be much worse than he's supposed to be. Could
> require counseling...maybe even viagra to get over it.
> Give'em a break.
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