Holy Hackner, just what is going on here?
The sport of curling is, this week, holding a "broom summit" in Ottawa, flush with high profile players, national and international organizers and equipment manufacturers, as well as members of Canada's scientific community.
A broom summit. Yeah.
Who would have ever imagined, prior to this past season, that such a thing would ever exist. I mean, who would have thought of that? "We need a broom summit," is something absolutely no one would have ever, ever said unless by "broom summit" they meant a bathtub filled with ice and Molson Canadian in Ed Werenich's hotel room.
This, though, is a whole other thing with protractors and lasers and gauges. Lab coats and hypotheses and testing and probably hardly any beer at all. I might be wrong on that. For all I know, scientists might be the freakiest of party animals. I barely made it through high school so I hang with a different crowd.
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