Before we leave those lovely Winter Olympics for good, we thought readers might be interested in the efforts of the Manor's home territory -- the federal District of Columbia (T2—753) -- to send its own team to the next games. The unincorporated territories of American Samoa (T2—9613), Guam (in standing room at T2—967 Mariana Islands), Puerto Rico (T2—7295), and the U.S. Virgin Islands (T2—729722) have their own teams, so why not DC too? (Like the inhabitants of these other territories, residents of DC cannot elect voting members of the U.S. Congress; to add insult to injury, though, we do pay U.S. federal taxes -- hence the slogan "Taxation without representation" that appears on all new vehicle license plates issued in the District.) The District of Columbia Olympic Committee (DCOC) is currently focused on getting a curling team together. But the Dewey blog was wondering whether this might be a timely opportunity to begin campaigning for the recognition of synchronized library book-cart pushing as an Olympic event, because the DCOC wouldn't need to look any further than the Manor for some serious gold-medal contenders. We're in spring training already. Comprehensive works on dependent territories of the United States are classed at T2—171273, adding notation 73 United States to base number T2—1712 Noncontiguous empires and political unions; and works on the relation of the U.S. federal government to its dependent territories go at 325.373, adding notation 73 to base number 325.3 Colonization. Meanwhile, works on the right to representation go in standing room at 323.5 Political rights; and works on the law relating to voting rights in DC should be classed at 342.753072, adding T2—753 to base number 342 Constitutional and administrative law, and then adding the numbers following 342 in 342.072 Voting rights and qualifications for voting.