Be careful what you say at Tokyo 2020:
The Olympic motto consists of the Latin words Citius, Altius, Fortius , which means “Faster, Higher, Stronger.” The motto, introduced in 1924, is meant to spur the athletes to embrace the Olympic spirit and perform to the best of their abilities.
However, the Politically Correct Police are warning how next year at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, it could be shortened to only “Faster and Stronger.” Higher is out. That was part of a warning from Toshiro Muto, the chief executive of the Tokyo Olympics.
Cannabis has been legalized in some parts of the world, but Muto reminded potential visitors to the games that the substance is against the law in Japan.
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Managing the playing field:
Here are some update regarding the waters we play on and protections for those that use them:
• Florida passed a new law to protect consumers from buying damaged, destroyed, or stolen boats. Similar to how Carfax identifies if a car has been in an accident and who the rightful owner is, the improvements to titles created by Florida’s law add significant consumer protection, helping boaters avoid unwittingly purchasing a stolen or previously damaged vessel. Plus, the new law helps protect all dealers – including the small, family-owned businesses – from being saddled with an unsellable craft.
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