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Originally posted by NewAgeMan
Originally posted by flexy123
Heck you know, i could play you guys a disney movie and you would dissect it and find satanic symbols...OH WAIT....you guys actually do
And there probably ARE!
Originally posted by violet
On topic of satanic, when the children sang at beginning I thought they sang "satanic hills" then it changed into oh Danny boy song.
According to historians, the U.S. has not dipped the Stars and Stripes since 1908 when the Summer Games were first staged in London and shotputter Ralph Rose refused to lower the flag supposedly saying: "This flag dips for no earthly king."
Originally posted by Whateva69
reply to post by Fishticon84
whats dipping the flag mean?
and why wouldnt USA do it too?
Originally posted by Fishticon84
I'm watching it live on CTV now but it looks the same as the videos I seen on youtube today.
You sure this is actually live?
Originally posted by berkeleygal
I just got up from a nap, just realizing that we are not going to see it LIVE! WHY WHY WHY??? Too late for me to watch live stream, already missed most of it.
I am not happy.
Originally posted by Mickles
Rolling in the deep followed by staying alive..........is anyone else hearing these songs
Originally posted by jNormal
Some guy just did the Nazi salute multiple times when Germany came out
The 2012 Olympic Games opening ceremony begins at 9 p.m. in London. But if you're not a Brit, you'll probably watch it at 7:30 p.m.--no matter what city you're in. That's because NBC isn't airing the opening ceremony live. Instead, NBC is using an old-fashioned tape delay, so that everyone tunes in during prime-time. Oh, and don't even think about streaming the ceremony live.
While NBC is promising livestreams of all 32 sports and 302 medals, it won't livestream the opening ceremony. “It was never our intent to livestream the Opening Ceremony or Closing Ceremony," Gary Zenkel, president of NBC Olympics, told the Wall Street Journal.
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"Whoa whoa whoa, wait a second - NBC is broadcasting the opening ceremony on TAPE DELAY? It's 2012!," Tweeted one viewer.
And Matt Wells, a blogs editor for the Guardian's New York office, Tweeted: "NBC showing complete contempt for its audience by not showing or streaming Olympics opening ceremony live."