If you institute programs and policies without principles, the programs and policies become the principles. Eventually they seek nothing more achievable than to perpetuate themselves.
Friday, August 10, 2012
Lolo Jones vs. Fast Women
According to the self-appointed track and field geniuses and athletic performance gurus in the MSM, American hurdler Lolo Jones, the American record holder in her event, an athlete who missed a gold medal by just a quarter second, would have run faster, and maybe have gotten an Olympic medal, if she hadn’t been so virginal. Her critics apparently think that, if you sleep around a lot, you hurdle more quickly
As a former decathlete, I disagree. While sleeping around might make one a fast woman, it doesn’t make one faster.