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Citizen-Seth last won the day on September 12 2011

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  1. Nope, it happened. Was one of the highlights of the ceremony...you can read it about it my book "Even More and More Secretive Secrets of the Olympic Ceremonies" available soon on Amazon.
  2. Hit the post button too quickly... I think there's a clear evolution here from the experimentation that LOCOG attempted, and the different As are perfect for the modern everyone-is-a-content-creator times. I especially love the primary A with the CMY gradient. The usage of the 1984 look is also very well done.
  3. I thought the closing was actually quite nice - short and to the point. I'm rarely a fan of closing ceremonies, with Sochi being the only truly enjoyable one that comes to mind. I hope we'll see floor projections being retired for a few cycles. Have to say, I think the K-Pop segment with the kid on the guitar is one of my favorite Olympic music moments. I have no idea what was going on, but I was really into it.
  4. What happened to all of the "Olympic Channel" banners in the indoor venues? I saw them before the Games but haven't seen a single once since?
  5. The design of it, the sort of industrial spiral just seemed too incongruous with the elegance of the cauldron. Just a total miss for me. I'm hoping that when I watch NBC's coverage tonight they'll shed some light on the meaning of it (assuming there is a meaning). It sort of reminds me of the ugliness of Atlanta's cauldron, but at least with Atlanta, there was kind of a story behind it.
  6. I think there were some nice visual images and some great concepts, but nothing really came together to me. There was too much jumping between live action stuff in the stadium and prerecorded videos. I think that this show was absolutely created with TV audiences in mind (with commentary). Watching NBC's live stream it all felt so disjointed, but I expect tonight's tape delay broadcast to be much more cohesive for those who are lucky enough to watch it. One giant positive: the parade of nations was the least annoying it's ever been!
  7. I'm kind of glad I can rewatch this with the NBC commentary and direction tonight....I'm sure there's a lot of meaning that isn't coming through in the livestream
  8. I always wonder when I see Puerto Rico march in if it will be the last time they march in as their own country
  9. I really enjoy hearing how similar/different each country's name is compared to the English and French name
  10. Why was the US' placard bearer's dress yellow? Are they all different and I'm not noticing?
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