Commentary: A Bunch Of Dim Bulbs At The OlympicsPeter Coy
Judging from television broadcasts of the Olympic Games, America has a major problem with flashing. And I don't mean exposing private parts in public places. I'm talking about the ridiculous overuse of flashes by amateur photographers in all sorts of situations where they are of absolutely no use. In Atlanta, every time Michael Johnson or Nourredine Morceli or Gail Devers hit the track, Olympic Stadium turned into the Twinkle Dome.
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