Friday, March 17, 2006

At Least We Still Rule At Snowboarding

First Canada. Now Mexico. The U.S. is the laughinstock of North America. It's a good thing there are no more countries on the continent or they'd surely beat us too. Hell, I'm guessing la Universidad de Ciudad de Mexico could earn a top seed in the NCAA tournament. It would at least be able to beat a Big East team, but then, that isn't saying much after yesterday, is it?

Who would have thought that Clemens would pick up the loss to Mexico - MEXICO! - in possibly his last-ever start? He's never going to hear the end of this from Houston's hispanic population. I'd consider moving if I was him. Granted, Clemens pitched well and was done in by an anemic U.S. offense. Actually, it looked a lot like one of his games with the Astros

Between our basketball, hockey, and baseball teams, things are getting downright embarrassing. What has the world come to when we're relying on the American soccer team to restore a little national pride this summer in Germany? Either that, or we need to invent a new sport that we can dominate for several decades before the rest of the world catches up.

You know it's only a matter time before we suck at snowboarding, too.


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