I admit it. I come from a family of Olympic junkies. We enjoy the pomp of the opening ceremony and tear up as medals are bestowed. We stay up way too late throughout the games, so that by the time they end, we’re looking forward to sleep even as we grapple with the loss of a nightly pastime. We’re not alone in our Olympic addiction. According to reports, NBC officials expected about 200 million people to tune into their broadcasts from Vancouver, British Columbia, and vicariously ...
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