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Bregalad
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posted June 12, 2002 01:39     Click Here to See the Profile for Bregalad   Click Here to Email Bregalad     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
That's two World Cup favorites eliminated in the first round: France and Argentina. Italy faces elimination against Mexico tomorrow and Portugal has to win on Thursday or they'll be on the next flight back to a country where politics is the only thing more talked about than football.

This really has been the Weird Cup. The only undefeated federation at this point in the tournament is CONCACAF (North and Central America), the group other federations normally use to wipe their feet.

Much to the surprise of many the host countries, Japan and Korea, are also well placed to make it to the next round.

Scanadanavia is making a fantastic showing at this year's cup. Yesterday ze Danes outplayed Zidane to win Group A and today the Swedes held off a late charge by the Argentines to grab first place in Group F.

Now I need to get some sleep. This staying up until 1:30am (or 2:00 as it is right now) every night is really starting to wear me out. My boss will not be amused if I fall asleep at work tomorrow.

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posted June 12, 2002 02:18     Click Here to See the Profile for spungo     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
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Originally posted by Bregalad:
...Yesterday ze Danes outplayed Zidane ...

Jeez, Louise! This is real punishment!

Sing along, now: "You can take your Danish bacon and stick it up your %$£!" - We is gonna tan their hides this weekend. Sven is God. Thou shalt know no other God but Sven. And lo, God said unto Moses 'Owen shall stick it up their jumpers - and they don't like it up'em, do they!?'

Now watch... just as I've started predicting victory, you can bet we'll get royally stuffed by the Carlsberg-swilling hurdy-gurdies.

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posted June 12, 2002 03:56     Click Here to See the Profile for nekomatic   Click Here to Email nekomatic     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
No, no! Spungo clearly didn't listen to Radio 1 yesterday (as I did due to having to drive from Crewe to Bedfordshire and back) and hence missed the exposition of the uncanny parallels between 1966 and 2002 which mean England are clearly destined to win!

Parallels between 1966 and 2002:

- Previous champions knocked out in the first round
- Labour government in power
- Three West Ham players in the England team (apparently)
- Err...
- That's it.

QED!

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posted June 12, 2002 05:26     Click Here to See the Profile for spungo     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Could it be??? Hmmm... I think there's a greater chance of a complete imbecile being elected to the White House... hey, wait a minute...

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posted June 12, 2002 13:02     Click Here to See the Profile for Bregalad   Click Here to Email Bregalad     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
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Originally posted by spungo:
Sven is God. Thou shalt know no other God but Sven. And lo, God said unto Moses 'Owen shall stick it up their jumpers - and they don't like it up'em, do they!?'

When did the English start worshipping a Swedish God? Oh yeah, when they realized that there isn't an English manager good enough for the job <G>

I suppose my English relatives will now officially sever all ties with my heathen soul

I don't actually wish any bad luck on England, but they sure have played boring football. Give me more matches like Sweden-Nigeria and I might be prepared to admit that boring ice hockey games exist.

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posted June 13, 2002 02:27     Click Here to See the Profile for spungo     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
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Originally posted by Bregalad:
...I don't actually wish any bad luck on England, but they sure have played boring football...

Beating Argentina certainly wasn't boring. It was more fun than pouring custard down one's underpants.

BTW - where are Canada? I don't think they made it to the World Cup, did they? Too busy shagging moose, probably.

(...heh heh... )

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posted June 13, 2002 03:33     Click Here to See the Profile for snupy   Click Here to Email snupy     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
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Originally posted by spungo:
Beating Argentina certainly wasn't boring. It was more fun than pouring custard down one's underpants.


Oh, geez, not another food item I have to stock up on....at least it's not as cold as the ice cream.

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posted June 13, 2002 04:13     Click Here to See the Profile for Twinkle Toes   Click Here to Email Twinkle Toes     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
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Oh, geez, not another food item I have to stock up on....at least it's not as cold as the ice cream.

Oh come now, you know whip cream's better ...

Mmmm...'cream'...

I love pumpkin pie!

Oop, what will Z say... so many sexual references...

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posted June 13, 2002 07:12     Click Here to See the Profile for Steen   Click Here to Email Steen     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Speaking of whipped cream....

The makers of Reddi-Whip are such spoilsports

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Speaking of whipped cream....

The makers of Reddi-Whip are such spoilsports


I stopped reading at 'However, officials insist no kinky pics will be accepted.'


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posted June 13, 2002 09:39     Click Here to See the Profile for Bregalad   Click Here to Email Bregalad     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
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Beating Argentina certainly wasn't boring. It was more fun than pouring custard down one's underpants.
BTW - where are Canada? I don't think they made it to the World Cup, did they? Too busy shagging moose, probably.
(...heh heh... )

Unfortunately I didn't see that match. Reports from the bleary eyed crazies who are staying up all night to watch all the matches live reported that result thusly: Argentina 0 Referee 1. I'm sure you disagree.

Very few people in Canada care that the World Cup is taking place. Interest seems to exist only in immigrant families with strong ties to football crazy nations like Italy or Portugal. Most of the recent immigrants to this city are from China or India, two countries not noted for their football sides.

The television audience here seems to prefer Canadian and American sports and while many children play soccer in my part of the country, few adults do. Softball, volleyball, basketball, ultimate, alpine and nordic snow sports, and of course hockey rate above soccer in participation.

You might find it strange in a cold nation like Canada, but amateur soccer is a winter sport in Vancouver. That fact alone probably explains the lack of teenagers and young adults playing the sport.

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posted June 13, 2002 11:13     Click Here to See the Profile for skylar   Click Here to Email skylar     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
another parallel between 1966 and 2002 (also from Radio 1, nekomatic):

2+0+0+2 = 4
1+9+6+6 = 22, 2+2 = 4

it's spooky, isn't it?

now England will definitely win... it's written in the stars!

did anyone see England v. Nigeria, I can only say ech! and indeed ech! (especially after that triumphant Beckham penalty vs. Argentina (about time too!)

does anyone else think it's sort of racist to call them The Argies? it's a bit like saying The Chinks or The Pakis. or is that me being overly politically correct again?

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posted June 13, 2002 14:41     Click Here to See the Profile for spungo     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
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did anyone see England v. Nigeria, I can only say ech! and indeed ech! (especially after that triumphant Beckham penalty vs. Argentina (about time too!)

Yes, but they just needed to get a job done - getting through was the important thing. Towards the end the game naturally became very dull - the Nigerians were pleased not to lose all three, and England just wanted the single point.

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does anyone else think it's sort of racist to call them The Argies?

Yes, very much so. It started during the Falklands War - the less cerebral of the newpapers here used that term. Not to be condoned.

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posted June 13, 2002 15:22     Click Here to See the Profile for nekomatic   Click Here to Email nekomatic     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
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another parallel between 1966 and 2002

Yeh, I heard that one too but thought it too tenuous to dignify with repetition

There's a line between healthy national rivalry and ugly jingoism and you can always rely on the British tabloid press to be three miles the wrong side of it...

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posted June 13, 2002 19:11     Click Here to See the Profile for ZorroTheFox   Click Here to Email ZorroTheFox     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
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Originally posted by Twinkle Toes:
[QUOTE]Originally posted by snupy:
[b] Oh, geez, not another food item I have to stock up on....at least it's not as cold as the ice cream.

Oh come now, you know whip cream's better ...

Mmmm...'cream'...

I love pumpkin pie!

Oop, what will Z say... so many sexual references...

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I still say peanut butter is the best. I like to make them work harder, I give big points for effort.......Z

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posted June 14, 2002 11:33     Click Here to See the Profile for skylar   Click Here to Email skylar     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
any predictions for england v. denmark, anyone?

i reckon 1-0 to england myself

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posted June 14, 2002 11:36     Click Here to See the Profile for spungo     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
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any predictions for england v. denmark, anyone?

i reckon 1-0 to england myself

sky


Oooh... I wouldn't be so bold. It'll be a tough one... I hope to God they've practiced their penalties... at least there's no David Batty to f&%k things up for us this time.

Big question: can we score a goal in open play? It's been a while...

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what do you think about Owen/Heskey? lots of people are saying that's the problem... but i'm not sure...

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posted June 14, 2002 12:04     Click Here to See the Profile for skylar   Click Here to Email skylar     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
btw spungo, is your signature a quote from a (classic) episode of Father Ted (the one where all the priests get lost in the lingerie section?). Because I know i've heard it somewhere before....

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posted June 14, 2002 12:19     Click Here to See the Profile for spungo     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
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btw spungo, is your signature a quote from a (classic) episode of Father Ted (the one where all the priests get lost in the lingerie section?). Because I know i've heard it somewhere before....

Yes, it's from the Christmas special when all the priests get trapped in the lingerie department. As my brain resembles Dougall's, the show rather appeals to me.

Hmmm... Owen/Heskey... I'd be tempted to drop Heskey - as he's not threatening the goal enough. I'd start with Vassell or Fowler, with Sheringham as a possible sub. The Danish defence are rather big, you see - I don't think Heskey's muscle will work. Vassell's pace might, though.

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England have some Wonderboys (Beckham, obviously, Owen, and i would say Butt and Scholes).

But Denmark are more of a team, more cohesive. And I think that that could be what brings us down... maybe I was a bit hasty in my earlier prediction. I hope not, though.

By the way, was it Bregalad who said that the only people who are interested in football in Canada are the ones from footballing nations? I'm from Near Asia, for goodness sake! A lot of it is just about getting a mood, wanting to support your fellow humans.

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I still say peanut butter is the best. I like to make them work harder, I give ig points for effort.......Z


ig points??? Peanut butter is good, but it sticks to your mouth and makes it difficult to open, and what fun is that??

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ig points??? Peanut butter is good, but it sticks to your mouth and makes it difficult to open, and what fun is that??


I see My spell checker is doing a great job, thanks snupster >;o). I meant big, oopsie. anyway, I never said it was fun for the licker, just the person being licked. I guess it depends on which side of the licking you are viewing it on................Z

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I see My spell checker is doing a great job, thanks snupster >;o). I meant big, oopsie. anyway, I never said it was fun for the licker, just the person being licked. I guess it depends on which side of the licking you are viewing it on................Z


No, I meant for the lickee-if you're just lying there waiting for a mouth to get unstuck...never mind.

"Oopsie"???!! Something I never thought I'd hear from you...kinda like when Hugh Grant says "whoopsadaisy' in Notting Hill. Thanks for the laugh!

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We even turned a thread about soccer into sex-who started that.Oh, yeah

Back on topic, I got up at 7 am on a Saturday to watch The World Cup on a Spanish cable station. Sheesh, what women will do for a man... BTW, which do the Brits worship more, God or soccer?(not that there's anything wrong with that )

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Oh, and no, it wasn't so I could watch the hot guys.

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Well, not the only reason, anyway.

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3-0! wahey! beyond even my wildest dreams....

question: who scored first, England or Denmark (think about it before you answer...)?

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No, I meant for the lickee-if you're just lying there waiting for a mouth to get unstuck...never mind.

"Oopsie"???!! Something I never thought I'd hear from you...kinda like when Hugh Grant says "whoopsadaisy' in Notting Hill. Thanks for the laugh!


anytime, I occasionally say little cute words just to give Myself variety. If you lace your food of choice with something addictive, I'm sure the licker will want to lick more often. It helps if they don't know you are using the additive............Z

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anytime, I occasionally say little cute words just to give Myself variety. If you lace your food of choice with something addictive, I'm sure the licker will want to lick more often. It helps if they don't know you are using the additive............Z


I don't need to use an additive.

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Whoa! USA 2 - Mexico 0 !!! Who saw that one coming? Great result... one question... did anyone over there notice? USA in the quarter-finals of the World Cup for the first time in 70 years (I think...?). Germany next... what d'ya reckon?

C'mon, yanks!

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I don't need to use an additive.

ooooo organics at it's finest..........Z

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I must admit, given what the US has done to the "English" language, and seeing that they've stolen our name "football" for a game of their own, it's nice to see them returning to their roots and joining in with a game of whence some of their people came. Puts the "World" fully into World Cup.

I never actually realised they'd even tried to enter the World Cup in the past (apparently, they try every year, or some such); I'd assumed that this was their first time in it. Even so, just because the US always has to be bigger and better, I don't want them to win this time around (can't be the best at everything) =)

Hrm... what our are changes against Brazil, though... we beat Argentina, so can we really pull together and sort out Brazil too? I'd love to think so, but my sister remains healthily sceptical on the matter.

We'll see, time will tell.

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OK, it's official, we lose to Brazil, 8-2. Well... that was the way I dreamt it turned out, anyhow. Hrm...

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I still say peanut butter is the best. I like to make them work harder, I give big points for effort.......Z


Creamy or chunky?

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anyone looking for a definitive (and truly inspired) preview of england vs. brazil should try www.matthewpinkney.co.uk

just trust me on this one

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Creamy or chunky?

either or, as long as it thick...........Z

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Yes I am just now getting back to post here but there are some of us Yanks that still follow soxre =-) Well I didn't expect us to get to the quarters that is for sure. I didn't expect to get past the second round to tell the truth and beating Mexico is something we have to do on a regular basis and so that actualy didn't suprise me. I only watched the US-Germany game for a little while as to calm my little brother I had to watch a Bugs Life to keep him from screaming while my parents slept. I was hoping we would win that one because we had a bratty exchange student here this year telling us how the US is only bigger and whatever because we stole all of Germanys technology. My answer is Gates stole the windows from Germany? Dang no wonder it never works. =-) I was kidding but he didn't think so.

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either or, as long as it thick...........Z


I think you have to lick more for the chunky...you'll want to make sure to get all the big pieces of peanut--those can be irritating.

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Looks like Zorro has conscripted in LifetimeTrekker now, too... who will be the next to fall...? ;-)

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