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Feb 26, 2010 17 Comments ›› Erik Wong

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At least you’d think that were the case, the way the media is behaving about these ecstatic women knocking back a few swigs and puffing on cigars (I no longer use the term MSM since it’s pretty obvious the paid media aren’t even close to being mainstream).

The problem is that Marie Philip Poulin was among those photographed with alcohol and she is one month shy of her 19th birthday, which is the legal drinking age in the province of British Columbia.

Perhaps she felt as if she had come of age after scoring the only goals in the game, both in the opening period. Maybe she was celebrating her birthday a month early. In any event, it was a show of poor judgment by a group of women who talked at length in the mixed zone about how their success was keyed by their dedication, hard work and commitment.

Understand, the Canadian women celebrating their victory with alcohol and cigars is child’s play next to the U.S. men trashing their rooms at the 1998 Games in Nagano in defeat. But women’s hockey is on thin ice right now. The last thing it needs is to give the stuffed shirts in the International Olympic Committee any further reason to roll their eyes.

Really?

Who gives a damn? I wonder what paid bloggers for The New York Times do when they accomplish something monumental, such as, oh, I don’t know, actually telling the truth. Do they run through Times Square naked, screaming, “I’m not worthy, I’m not worthy?”

Well, now that you ask …

You know, I’m, like, soooo certain no one working for The Slimes evah, no nevah, had a sip of the bottle a month before they became of legal age. They were probably too busy plagiarizing to worry about such things.

And don’t forget about the big bad International Olympic Committee, you know, that group of buffoons so corrupt they could be U.N. officials … or U.S. Congresscritters.

The celebration raised eyebrows at the IOC, which said it would look into the matter. Informed of the antics by The Associated Press, Gilbert Felli, the IOC’s executive director of the Olympic Games, said it was “not what we want to see.”

“I don’t think it’s a good promotion of sport values,” he said. “If they celebrate in the changing room, that’s one thing, but not in public. We will investigate what happened.”

I hope at the end of Mr. Felli’s investigation he finds a hockey stick … and breaks it off in in ass.

Jammiewearingfool just about captures the stupidity of it all:

Yes, let’s punish these young ladies who’ve spent the better part of their lives to get to this point.

Let it go, folks.

As an aside, I’d really like to have been at the after-party.

Except, I’d add that, to go to the after-party, it’d be best to have had a few teeth knocked out and make damn sure you can throw punches with a sweater wrapped around your arms.

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