Women’s Ice Hockey Needs To Go And The Friday Links

Women are not very good at hockey*. I’m sorry to say it, but it’s true.

After catching a bit of the USA vs Canada gold medal game yesterday, I came away unimpressed with the quality of the sport I was watching. Generally, in Olympic sports, the female competition is a decent approximation of the men’s. Sometimes it’s even superior. But ice hockey is not one of them.

In fact, if puberty sponsored a sport, this might be it. Awkward for everyone!

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My opinion crystallized later in the evening when I saw a late-night replay of the Missouri High School State Championship on FSN. Either of these two schools from Middle America would beat Canada roughly 200-0 on their worst night. And these are high school kids. In Missouri.

Equality is good. We can all agree on that, right? Good. But it doesn’t need to go tit for tat. Us men can have some things and you women can have other things and it’s all good. So let’s end this ice hockey charade.

* When I hit Google image search for “Women’s Ice Hockey Funny”, the above was the best result on page 1.

In other Olympic news- Kim Yu-Na is a star. Boner Stabone is dead. And Shani Davis hates you with the passion of a thousand Sean Penn’s.

Now, some links…

  • Everything that’s wrong with pop culture in two photos. LINK HERE
  • Payback for a cheating girlfriend. What would you have done? LINK HERE (HT:FWC)
  • Figure this out. You’re smarter than the computer. LINK HERE
  • Is it raining? Find out. LINK HERE
  • Drunk Canadian begs for taser? Yes, please. LINK HERE (HT:JH)
  • The offical John Wall Dance music video. Seriously. LINK HERE (HT:AT)
  • This arrived via IM the other day with little explination. None needed. LINK HERE (HT:FWC)
  • Awesome piece on the best mayor of all time. LINK HERE

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