Another thing. I'd been thinking for awhile about the absurdity of the athlete's village. Why wouldn't they have much healthier and higher quality food available for the athletes? In order to encourage peak athletic performance, beauty on the media screen, and positive social exchanges fueled by healthful moods? Beneficial internationalism.
Perhaps cost-cutting? Perhaps high quality food doesn't have as much sponsor opportunity and stakeholder value (to mega corporate sponsors who churn out high volume of mediocre product to the masses).
I'll tell you what, the answering of nature's calls is far more pleasurable on a high quality and healthful diet than free cheap garbage food. They should be encouraging healthier sexual activity as well by providing healthier food choices.