Simone Biles Withdrew From The 2020 Tokyo Games Women’s Team Gymnastics Final Citing Mental Health Concerns
Welp. There goes the only reason I was gonna ask my cousin for her Hulu with Live TV password. According to The Guardian, star American gymnast, Simone Biles withdrew from the Women’s Team competition at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics citing “mental health concerns.” As if we didn’t already know that having these games was a terrible idea based on the fact that the games being held in 2021 are still called the 2020 Games, presumably because they had already ordered the beer cozies. Between the pandemic and the beds by Office Depot, it’s no wonder these games are taking a psychological toll on athletes like Simone who has said that she was feeling the “weight of the world” on her shoulders.
When Robert Redford announced his retirement from acting last month, a million nostalgia laden hearts were broken. Now the hot grandaddy of the silver screen says he wishes he had never uttered such a proclamation because it probably isn’t true. Mieka’s Sundance Ranch retirement fantasies might not be happening anytime soon, because we will probably be seeing Robert ride on the big screen again. Hell, he may just cark it on set, for all we know!
My aunt keeps a Sundance catalog next to the shitter so I know all about Robert Redford. The Sundance Kid has recently announced that he’s planning on hanging up his overpriced slouchy, crocheted raffia cowboy hat with a turquoise nugget band, and is retiring from acting after one last job. After wrapping up The Old Man And The Gun, his latest, and possibly last film as an actor, Bob will be exiting stage left. He said he would do it, and now he is. Entertainment Weekly reports that “the 81-year-old actor confirmed he was making good on his 2016 claim that he was retiring from acting”.