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Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics LGBT critique spoof

Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics LGBT critique spoof

2014, in response to BP's sponsorship of the Vikings at the British Museum

2014, in response to BP's sponsorship of the Vikings at the British Museum

'London 2012. F***ing the Future'

'London 2012. F***ing the Future'

Sport, Not Sponsorship, unauthorized ads

Engaging Unauthorized Ads

Sport, Not Sponsorship, unauthorized ads

Boykoff, a former member of the US olympic soccer team, takes readers from the nineteenth-century origins of the modern Games, through its flirtations with Fascism, and into the contemporary era of corrupt, corporate control. Along the way he recounts vibrant alt-olympics movements, like the Workers' games and Women's Games of the 1920s and 1930s to the Gay Games of the 1980s through today.

Boykoff, a former member of the US olympic soccer team, takes readers from the nineteenth-century origins of the modern Games, through its flirtations with Fascism, and into the contemporary era of corrupt, corporate control. Along the way he recounts vibrant alt-olympics movements, like the Workers' games and Women's Games of the 1920s and 1930s to the Gay Games of the 1980s through today.

I just realized how awesome Rihanna is right here - Daily Dot | 11 of the best Twitter replies ever

11 of the best Twitter replies ever

I just realized how awesome Rihanna is right here - Daily Dot | 11 of the best Twitter replies ever

2012: Wine retailer Oddbins poked fun at LOCOG rules with an  in-store promotion offering a 30% discount for Nike-wearing, Vauxhall-driving, RBS MasterCard- holding, iPhone-using, British Gas bill-paying, Pepsi-drinking, and KFC-eating consumers. All of which are not Olympic sponsors. Oddbins window displays highlight that it is not allowed to refer to the Games in its marketing,  from Retail Week.

2012: Wine retailer Oddbins poked fun at LOCOG rules with an in-store promotion offering a 30% discount for Nike-wearing, Vauxhall-driving, RBS MasterCard- holding, iPhone-using, British Gas bill-paying, Pepsi-drinking, and KFC-eating consumers. All of which are not Olympic sponsors. Oddbins window displays highlight that it is not allowed to refer to the Games in its marketing, from Retail Week.

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