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(ABC2News Baltimore)   It isn't just NBC coverage of the Olympics that sucks; every country in the world is obsessed with national athletes' influential dead relatives, heartwarming struggles, their Lycra-covered breasts and biased officiating. Here's a quick roundup   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, Lycra, NBC, athlete of the year, Winter Olympics, giant slalom, Pavel Datsyuk, Dutch people, cross-country skiing  
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2014-02-22 02:36:33 PM  
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But what would Bode Miller's dead brother have to say about the coverage?
2014-02-22 02:16:09 PM  
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Did you say Lycra covered breasts?
2014-02-22 02:16:00 PM  
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You had me at lycra covered breasts
2014-02-22 12:53:23 PM  
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The vast majority of U.S. viewers tune in during prime time for a curated selection of crappy commentary, homogenized clips of the day's events, tons of human interest stories and pointless interviews, and of course those sweet sweet spoilers disguising as Today show promostaped highlights.

NBC and Olympics have not gone together for years. Too bad we have no true national broadcaster like all the other countries do
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