If you've gone 45 seconds without hearing anything about Lolo Jones, you've come to the right place.
Lolopalooza continued on Wednesday, with a pair of 100-meter hurdle teammates throwing some Lolo-blows in an interview with Michelle Beadle on the NBC Sports Network.
Here's a transcript of the interview, which you can watch here.
BEADLE: You thought that you weren't getting enough respect after last time (a gold medal in 2008)... Why is that?
HARPER: I thought I was a pretty good story. Knee surgery two months before Olympic trials in 2008, to make the team by 0.007, not have a contract, working three jobs, living in a frat house, running in someone else's shoes to get the gold medal... ehhh, it sounds pretty interesting. Coming from East St. Louis. I just felt I worked really hard to represent my country to win the gold medal. I just feel like because their favorite didn't win, we're going to push your story aside and still gonna push this one, that hurt my feelings. But I showed I can deal with the pressure and came back, and I think you've kind of got to respect it a little bit now.
BEADLE: You guys kind of hang out together. Is there fighting amongst the team -- we're talking about Lolo Jones in case you can't figure it out -- is there an awkward situation or have we just all kind of moved on?
WELLS: Well I think that on the podium tonight the three girls that earned their spot and they got their medals and they worked hard and did what they needed to do, prevailed. And that's all that really needs to be said.
BEADLE: Wow. You can cut the tension in here with a knife.
HARPER: BOOM. Just like that.
Boom indeed. If the mean ole New York Times set off Lolo's waterworks after hatcheting her up, the words of her teammates have to sting even worse.
In Lolo's defense, I'm not sure why Harper and Wells felt compelled to say all this. You won! If you want to rub it in her face, just flash your medals around! Let it go, ladies. Let the bling do the talking.
But hey, at least we now know how Mark Sanchez must feel every single day he goes to training camp with the Jets.
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