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  1. There's nothing wrong in you voting for Moscow. But...You are looking at the YOGs from the SOG or WOGs. I think there's a great different to the level of implementation and integration of things. Singapore being a small country would be in a better position to do it as a youth type of games that doesn't require those mega infrastructure but paraphenalias to teach them to lead their ways in sports. Culturally, the Singapore community as earlier said here is working to join in the games --- what a go way to start. I don't think adding more ingredient to the Moscow experiences and infrastructur
  2. What has Ethiopia done to Canadia that bullshit is to be expected from it?
  3. The good thing is that non of those athletes trying to boycot the games has visited to see for himself or herself. It's been said -- seen is believing. There hasn't been any turbulence as such only that many athletes are not visiting at the moment. I think it would be more wise to place santion on athletes who are actually willing to boycot the games by IOC, cos Beijing is killing nobody with the situation reports from there by now. The simple truth is that Chinese need to lower the use of coal to power their industries.Meanwhile, their constructions so far are eco friendly.PEACE!
  4. Did you say David and Goliath? Who's David and who's Goliath in this bid? Singapore should be David to win the hosting.PEACE!
  5. james

    5 years old, JESUS CHRIST! You are lieing. You have being posting here for about 6 years now. How can that be?


  6. I don't think YOGs are such mega games in the real sense if want to say let look at things from this angle. Singapore being a small country in terms of size can host YOGs as a small replica of the Olympic proper without hitches. Using a measure of experience of hosting the very big games on YOGs might likely not fit in. Well, let's look to what both sides offer for the kids not adults.
  7. For me I would be the last person, if representing any country, to vote for Moscow. I think I can only speak based on my feeling about both countries. I understand so well technical evaluations play the best part. Politically, Russia lacks fair co-operation with many democratic nations ( mostly on the issue of nuclear proliferation) and economically, the gas monopoly plan by Gazprom is already a negative idea to the European countries. These two factors might play some part in the voting. Basically, security is not an issue from both countries but the skin-head is an issue on the Russian soc
  8. Why are Russians very pompous about what they have?
  9. I would like the Singaporeans to be more discinpline in their comments rather not like the Russians. Can we know from both sides which country made best provision for his youths leaving sports experience or blabla aside?
  10. The political atmosphere surrouding Moscow bid is less active when compared to Singapore's, as you it has being pointed out regarding the community involvement. I deeply believe the would definately increase the chance for Singapore cos it would be of no used if the cummunity on which the YOGs are taking place is not involved in it at a very high magnitude. Sorry to say that Russian experience (boast of 500 olympic champions). Is that actually a criteria for YOGs? Media might fail to swing it for them this time around cos, I haven't come across a whole publicity expressing their plans so far
  11. You see there is always one excuse on the side of Europeans. I wish Singapore wins-- as I have settled my case with NYCD2010!
  12. I have never said they are false! I said that should been the excuse for athletes not going to perform well--you can go back and read my comment on the Beijing air pollution. I have always advocate for the air pollution cleanup!
  13. At the age of five I fist played the game Sonic the hedgehoger on the Sega master system II then marion wasn't that fun. On the contrary, both are games of picking something. It would be better if they really add something to them from the Olympic games.
  14. I only made reference to the 2007 special Olympic opening youtube ,Baron. I know what am talking about this time, BRO.
  15. The ceremonial big dragon I saw on youtube didn't enter into the cave where the fire rather lighting flashed atleast once but just made a turn-around at the center of the stadium. I really enjoyed watching the drumming, it was a fantastic dislay. The children song was absolutely melodious but they lacked coherence and their trainers did teach them how to move their hands in uniform very well. All thesame, I thick the whole celeberation a pass mark! Atleast, they are doing it for the first time.
  16. Hi,

    Thanks for visiting my profile.


  17. Yes! We are not hosting and Hahaha...that's not going to make me cry, pal! I asked a question and you answered me in a hash way! Am I dealing with a civilised person here?
  18. beautiful though was like junior secondary school match-path. I hope we are not going to experience another wonder display come 2014?
  19. Was this terminal built in preparedness for the Singapore 2010?
  20. It's a bug. It's better you clear your mailbox.
  21. What a co-oporating talks after all the wrong talks about the Beijing air pollution . Am glad people finally come to agree with reality to see there's tsill hope in China hosting the games..
  22. Ok! I wish Glasgow the best of luck. Till 2014...
  23. You are bringing in memories of the past. PLZ, let bygone be bygone! Afterall, Nigeria commwealth teams will be there to grace the events in style and Scotish people will say, "Oh these people are really the ones which supposed to host the games.We are sorry that we stole the CWGs from you!" What has happened to the Hampden Park at the moment? I don't think anything's been done yet.
  24. I was surprised! I thought the whole thing just disapeared into the thin air. Plz, post on information about Glasgow preparedness for the games come the year 2014.
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