Perhaps I should say "Redneck Fun Day," rather than "Redneck Olympics."
The big-shot U.S. Olympic Committee lawyers have nothing else to do but bother with a small-town event in Maine? Here we go again.
What makes me mad is that the Redneck Olympics was advertised for how long before it happened and no one said a word? Now that it came off successfully, Olympic officials are getting on the promoter?
How much can a small event in Maine bother those people?
I really believe that some people have too much time on their hands to come up with such stuff.
If the Olympic Committee uses the money it gets for training athletes, why doesn't it quit wasting money to pay lawyers to bother with stuff like the Redneck Olympics?
I bet if the event had flopped, no one on the Olympic Committee would have cared.
Fred Horsfall, Buckfield