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Old 06-12-2014, 04:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Croatia vs Brazil

Brazil 0 - Croatia 1, own goal!!! Shock at the start...

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Old 06-12-2014, 04:32 PM   #2 (permalink)
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THE World Cup savior, Neymar! Brazil 1 - Croatia 1...the country could breathe...
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Old 06-12-2014, 05:36 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Neymar scores again on a PK, Brazil 2- Croatia 1. The World Cup conspiracy-believers have gotten their proof, the 'fix' is in.
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Old 06-12-2014, 06:04 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Brazil 3- Croatia 1. The final score does not reflect the disappointment of the favorite's overall play...
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I didn't watch the game and I might be the only Brazilian here.

Anyway, I want Argentina to win this cup.
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Old 06-13-2014, 12:05 PM   #6 (permalink)
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I didn't watch the game and I might be the only Brazilian here.

Anyway, I want Argentina to win this cup.
Jeez, even the the only Brazilian is not following the WC!

Looks like I'm the only 'Murican that follows the games. Unfortunately our national character and aspirations reflect the ennui to the sport. We like plenty of scoring and do not play defensively to prevent it. We like great individual performances instead of a machine-like system play. We like pin-point precision in our sport implements (baseballs, 'Murican footballs, basketballs, etc.) and that requires using our hands. Sadly, there is also our First World cultural discomfort, some even call it - 'poverty ball'.

Mexico vs Cameroon is next...
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You might want to turn your volume down somewhat for this video

Brazilian protesters angry at the cost of the World Cup clash with riot police | Mail Online
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Brazilian protesters angry at the cost of the World Cup clash with riot police | Mail Online
Brazil is an economically struggling country with extreme poverty and wide wealth disparity, but ask any Brazilian native or their diaspora, soccer is ingrained in Brazilian culture. 'Futebol' is their national ritual, pride, passion, popular culture and even high art. Their telecommunications infrastructure was developed to televise games! The majority of people believe using their meager resources to share and show that love and their best to the world.
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They now have a way to electronically verify that the ball crossed the goal, but they can't see a dive in the box to save their lives!

The men's WC is getting really hard to watch anyway, unless you're entertained by a bunch of overdramatic, constantly diving, ankle-grabbing, sobbing prima donnas who receive medical treatment from the water boy in the form of a magic spray and then bounce right back up (as soon as they see the opponent was carded, of course) after what appeared to be a career-ending injury

Blahhhhh

*I did watch the game tho, lol
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See a 'fix' is in, for the favorite hometown team. Qatar had plenty of what you need - to have everyone play in 105+ temps! A good rumor though, 'Get ready US - for 2022!'

It'd be great to see games at the Rose Bowl...again!

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