July 25, 2012 1 Comment
The International Olympic Committee is providing 15 condoms for each athlete at the 2012 Olympic games. That is 50 percent more condoms than were provided during the 2008 Olympic games in Beijing. But the Olympic Committee isn’t providing tons of condoms to help the athletes out.
If foreign athletes have babies with residents of the host country; that host country has an unfair advantage in future Olympic games, because they will have a crop of athletically gifted babies who can compete in the future Olympics games. The Olympic Committee provides an obscene amount of condoms for the athletes to make sure that each country’s valuable athletic DNA is protected and not stolen by the host country.
There are many advantages to the country that gets to host the Olympic games:
1. National recognition
3. Having more athletically gifted babies made by foreign Olympic athletes.
If it were up to England, there would be no condoms provided to athletes during the Olympic games. That way England could have as many athletically gifted babies born from the foreign Olympic athletes as possible to compete in future games.