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The Simpsons curl
You may recall that at one point, Springfield was due to host the Olympic games. Homer was prepared to make a killing selling Olympic mascot souvenirs (all kids love Springy the Spring!). Alas, Bart wrecked it all, and the IOC awarded the games to Shelbyville. D’oh! Well, tonight the Simpsons get another chance at the Olympics, as Homer and Marge qualify for the US Olympic curling team. Tune in to FOX at 8 p.m. to find out how Marge manages to hurt her arm… do the Simpsons bring home gold for Team USA?

[UPDATE] Simpsons win gold!!

[UPDATE 2] Spoiler alert!

[UPDATE 3] D’oh!

[UPDATE 4] Video

USA vs CANADA

The Kalamazoo Curling Club’s social secretary tells us that there is talk of getting people together to be happy and social while watching Team USA take on Team Canada on Monday, February 22nd at noon. We will be meeting at the Icehouse restaurant located at Wings Stadium. Curling play will be well underway, and this match could have important ramifications. No need to RSVP, as there will be plenty of room for everyone… so bring a friend and have a long lunch hour with the Kalamazoo Curling Club!

Shuster on Leno

Does anyone still watch Leno? If they do, the had a chance to see the skip of the US Olympic curling team, John Shuster the other night. Keep in mind that John Shuster and his team will be in Kalamazoo for the US Nationals, which start on March 6th.

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Check out our fearless leader in front of the camera… telling everybody all about our club, the nationals, and the silly game in general!

Olympic Curling Schedule

NBC and its new networks (CNBC, MSNBC, USA) will be offering up a slew of great curling as part of their coverage of the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. So to help you set up your TiVo accordingly, we offer you this schedule of all the curling that will be on TV during the Olympics. Good Curling!!

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