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June 13, 2011

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Sian Robertson

Which is why it's so ridiculous that the Olympic Committee awarded the American TV rights to NBC again despite the fact they hardly ever show anything live and other channels were offering to show virtually everything live #itsuckswatchingtheolympicsintheUS

Jack Kessler

Your last point about feeling connected really brings to mind Benedict Anderson's 'imagined communities', of shared experiences forging 'the nation'.

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