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Brisbane already preparing for 2032 Olympics

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By JOHN PYE

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Tokyo 2036?

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Is the Queensland government really that dumb that they want to throw away countless billions of dollars into this endless financial black hole? Whatever it is estimated to cost, quadruple it. Money that should be put into hospitals and schools.

Learn from Tokyo's mistakes. Let other suckers have what this circus has become.

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Tokyo 2036?

Nah 2021 !

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Is the Queensland government really that dumb that they want to throw away countless billions of dollars into this endless financial black hole?

Yes, and they have form here, the article fails to mention the 1992 olympic bid, lost to Barcelona.

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Whatever it is estimated to cost, quadruple it. Money that should be put into hospitals and schools. Learn from Tokyo's mistakes. Let other suckers have what this circus has become.

100% agree.

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The Qld premier is not the smartest cookie in the packet.

This is just another attention-seeking move

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Brisbane should be saying to the IOC.

"OK, We will host the games, Now, you pay for them!"

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Just get the AOC to call Dentsu in Australia - they'll get them the Games, at a price!

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Tokyo 2036?

No! Mori and Ishihara will be dead by then.

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Truly feel sorry for the Aussies. What terrible luck. Most normal countries realize the Olympics are a joke. Wonder what happened here.

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Olympic hotdog eating contest now !!...

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Stick an extra tier on The Gabba and it will be a magnificent couple of weeks

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