bill-swift - August 2, 2012
Let's be honest, there are 87 sporting events taking place at the 2012 Summer Olympic Games, and 82 of them or so are skippable. Okay, so maybe you've got your secret hidden passion for some obscure endeavor which only every four years is paraded about as an actual sport, but, for the most part, it's pageantry and games you'd never spend a Saturday viewing on TV in the four years between the Olympic Games.
So, the IOC ought to be down on its blessed knees thankful for Women's Beach Volleyball, which has actually made the Olympics interesting for men again. Obviously, NBC is well aware of this as they are showing up to 27 hours a day of Women's Beach Volleyball coverage, and that still isn't enough. The asstastic bodies on these sandy sextastic athletes is often unreal, as they bump, set, and spike your libidos into forgetting all concerns over the validity of the actual sport.
Take a gander at the latest and greatest rear-view glimpses of gold medal worth bottoms. Enjoy.
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