What Should You Know #19: Beijing Olympics
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So if someone comes up to you and is like "Hey, do you know about the Beijing Olympics?". This is what you should say...

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Ethan Bloch: Welcome to WSYK #19, What Should You Know? I am Ethan Bloch and What Should You Know. Speaker: What Should You Know, you are watching What Should You Know because that’s beyond what should you know. Ethan Bloch: So if someone comes up to you and he is like "Hey, do you know about the Beijing Olympics?" This is what you should say... Of course I know about the about the Beijing Olympics. Are you serious, you are talking about the most expensive, most ridiculous Olympics spectacle ever and I know you definitely heard about Michael Phelps a.k.a. superman my boy from Baltimore who so far as won five Olympic medals and he is on his way to becoming a most ridiculous and most successful Olympic athlete ever, but enough about Phelps. Let’s talk about the actual planning, time, energy and the enolness of the Chinese. They are so enol about the Olympic games that they actually fighting mother nature. How you may ask? It turns at around the city of Beijing, they have setup a perimeter of artillery cannons filled with 37 mm shells of silver iodide in combination with airplanes that are filled with liquid nitrogen. What the heck is all this for? It turns out they are going to try to start and stop rainfall, helping make sure that Olympics spectators and athletics remain dry. In another example of how enol the Chinese have been. Do you remember the cure little Chinese girl who sang to opening ceremonies, it turns out wasn’t even her voice. It was dubbed from another little Chinese girl who supposedly had a more presentable voice. Best part about it, they didn’t even tell the little girl or her family before she took the stage in front of a billion spectators and finally no matter how enol the Chinese have been, one foe they can’t beat is Microsoft as during the Torch Lightening Up opening ceremony, a blue screen was present inside the bird’s nest. It was kind like Microsoft's way of saying, Hey China, welcome to the world feeder please make sure you pay for your copies of Windows. That’s what I know about the Beijing Olympics. Ethan Bloch: This has been another episode of WSYK or What Should You Know, I am Ethan Bloch and what should you know. Speaker: What Should You Know, you are watching What Should You Know because that’s beyond what should you know.