Is everyone sick of blog posts about the Olympics yet? Well here's one more,
but I promise I'll keep it quick.
I'm sure most of you have heard about the controversy surrounding the Chinese female gymnastics team and how some of them are believed to be younger than the minimum age of 16 yrs old.
Well the International Olympic Committee has finally ordered an investigation into the age of Chinese gold metalist He Kexin, who's birth records surfaced on a Chinese website revealing that she is only 14 years old. These records were then mysteriously deleted as soon as the age of the young gymnasts came into question.
Since these suspicions started the investigation committee has been using a special search engine to dig through the cache on the Chinese government website, hoping to uncover these deleted birth records.
You know, they really don't have to go through all that. If they really want to find out which members of the team are underaged I know of a definitive way they can tell.
All they have to do is toss a Pokémon toy onto the mat, then sit back and watch to see which of the gymnasts scamper to play with it. Problem solved. Investigation closed.
Give a squirrel a nut :)