Letters from the Lunar Outpost

Covetousness, by a greediness of getting more, deprives itself of the true end of getting; it loses the enjoyment of what it had got.
- Thomas Sprat, English Clergyman and Author (1635-1713)

Hope Solo Gone Wild

You may have heard about these two ladies getting into it, either that or you might have landed on this post thinking “Brandi Chastain and Hope Solo Get It On” was my latest adult film review . . .

Well, it’s not the latter, although it very well could be when you hear the scene Hope paints of the wild free-for-all going on at the Olympic Village:

Olympic gold medalist and U.S. women’s soccer team goalie Hope Solo has confirmed that “there’s a lot of sex going on” at the Olympics.

“With a once-in-a-lifetime experience, you want to build memories, whether it’s sexual, partying or on the field,” Solo told ESPN. “I’ve seen people having sex right out in the open. On the grass, between buildings, people are getting down and dirty.”

source: The Daily Caller

(Let me know when the London 2012 sex tapes come out, okay?)

But like I was saying, these two ladies are getting into it and it only piques my interest and makes me want to tune in even more so I can watch the one on the field while listening to the other on the play by play.

Here’s Hope Solo on Brandi Chastain’s commentary:

 

to which a Chastain defender said this . . .

 

Hope got off this blast as well . . .

 

Then it was Brandi’s turn . . .

Brandi Chastain has responded by saying, “I’m here to do my job, which is to be an honest and objective analyst at the Olympics.”

Brandi Chastain has refused to take the same attacking position as Hope Solo took on her Twitter account. Instead, she actually complemented the U.S. goalie, and said she was “very coordinated.” Brandi Chastain also mentioned that she believes Solo “plays the villain,” so her comments may not be sincere.

source: Yahoo sports

Gotta love the way Brandi’s keeping it classy, just like she did in perhaps the most memorable moment in US Women’s Soccer History . . .

Brandi Chastain 1999 World Cup Celebration

Hey, my definition of classy and yours may not be the same, but I thought that was awesome. Heck, I don’t even like soccer and yet that was truly a seminal moment in women’s sports. Did I say seminal? I meant . . . well yeah, it was definitely a seminal moment.

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