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joseph smilepoet at vfemail.net
Thu Sep 13 02:35:11 BST 2012

My own involvement was confined to some television watching, but it did 
seem to be very uplifting and cheerful. The enthusiasm of the athletes 
seemed to really catch on after an early empty seats hiccup. And what 
was most interesting was the continued level of enthusiasm for the 


On 12/09/2012 16:20, Cheryl D Wise wrote:
> That's how it was when the Olympics were in LA. Everyone expected even worse
> gridlock and massive snarl-ups but it was actually easier to get around than
> normal. All in all it was a very enjoyable time to be in LA. London looked
> like it would be a lot of fun.
> Cheryl D Wise
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: joseph
>    :-) I thought it was very disturbing. Brits are not used to winning
> things; it undermines complaint mode. At least the cricket team is back to
> its "How did we lose that one?" approach; balances having to give Andy
> Murray English citizenship!
> Being not all that far from the events we expected chaos here, but it
> remained a pool of calm. Most odd. Even the Travelodge being built up the
> road - I thought for the Games' traffic - still isn't open.

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