If you were an athlete

  Grey Goo 17:08 21 Sep 10

Would you really like to live in an apartment at the Commonwealth games after a suspension footbridge collapsed nearby. Seems to have been suspended with Post Office string. The whole show has got to be fixed in a couple of weeks.

  Blackhat 17:45 21 Sep 10
  peter99co 20:52 21 Sep 10

It would take Jeff Capes to drag me there.

Even Usain Bolt has chucked up his place to go along with a few other notables!

  morddwyd 21:02 21 Sep 10

It will depend on the money available.

These people are all professionals.

  peter99co 22:14 21 Sep 10

These people are all professionals.

The builders or the athletes?

  sunnystaines 07:43 22 Sep 10

india is famous for being dirty, chotic and unhygenic why on earth did they choose to hold the games there?

with so many nations in the commonwealth there must have been dozens of better locations.

  GANDALF <|:-)> 08:41 22 Sep 10

A half-wit athlete was being interviewed last night and he was emotionally whining that the accommodation was disgusting...well, may I remind the moron that this is how over 90% of the population live in India so he ought to have done some research before accepting money to ponce around a track that has cost a lot of money.


  sunnystaines 19:50 22 Sep 10

thinking about india and sport it does not seem to be in their culture apart from cricket and mens hockey, never heard of an indian athlete. what will they do with the complex afterwards if it has not fallen down.

  Forum Editor 20:04 22 Sep 10

chaotic and unhygienic"

It is also famous for having an advanced civilisation and culture when our British ancestors were prancing around painting their backsides blue.

For having a rich cultural life when we were still learning how to build wattle and daub huts.

For being well advanced in many branches of science while we still thought the earth was flat.

  Grey Goo 21:36 22 Sep 10

Perhaps they can round up a load of Fakirs and hold everything up using levitation. However can't help feeling a tad of corruption has invaded the proceedings, using substandard materials and the like. That assumes they have a standard to be subbed, so to speak.

  sunnystaines 22:46 22 Sep 10

where did they go wrong and end up in the 3rd world.

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