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Discussion in 'Off Topic Chat' started by Bram Hengeveld, May 15, 2012.
Tonight's the night guys and the roads are surprisingly quiet!
Wow. What an extremely dull opening ceremony.
Just sayin' theres another 2 and abit hours of it.
Yes, and except for Mr Bean, it's getting worse.
Now with the music it's getting better.
lol The NHS section scared me :/
Me too And now the dead people. Or something.
i thought the first 26 minutes was superb, it got abit dull then it's got better, just waiting for the teams to go into the stadium, theres better things to come
this is about british, i think you would understand it better if you was british and knew our history
99% of viewers are not British - it's a world event. All previous opening ceremonies I've seen (since Atlanta) weren't so self-centric.
we are celebrating this as it's hosted here, it's a great british theme here
to self-centre...nice...but ...well...we know how british are....so no complaints
I liked the show actually. But the best part is and will always be seeing the Olympic athletes entering the arena.
did you get the Mr Bean part or the james bond part?
definetely british Mr Bean was the best bit i think.
The best thing about watching the Olympic Ceremony ? Probably when the BBC commentators had to make up excuses every time the Royal Family was seen sleeping, looking down at their hands or when they were showing no emotion or celebration when Team GB enter the stadium. Proud to be British...
Also, the German Government did a Nazi Salute when waving.
All flagbearers had some sort of white jock strap to carry the flag.
And the Mozambique Flagbearer looked like Ashley Young.
mr. bean was awosome like always.
royal family where like so bored....not a nice picture...
ya i saw the natzi salute...was weird let's say
best part mr. bean and the athletes parade..the rest i forgot already
go bolt.....ooooo yaa..go romania:d
This was the best opening ceremony I've ever seen in my life. Nothing more to say...
Overall your post doesn't really qualify for discussion, sadly. But to speak about this particular quote above, out of your message.
If you want to compare this particular salute with a Nazi salute, than this is perfectly fine by me; I had my own qualms. But, and this is a big but(!) it was not the German president who did that! And last but not least, the "German Government" was not present at the Olympic Openings in London.
Should do your research before saying such things. hint: Walther Tröger
It was an interesting ceremony, did not see all of it but saw a few things...
I think there's a difference between waving and the nazi salute...just saying.
Germans have that sort of problem all the time anyway.
The opening was great, now I only have to wait for the women atletics