Women's World Cup

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  1. Rolfe

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    Anyone else paying attention to it?
     
  2. InTheLight

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    What iz it? A new bra design? If so, I'm in.
     
  3. Revmitchell

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    If that is soccer then no, I would rather watch the paint dry and the grass grow.
     
  4. Use of Time

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    Always a ray of sunshine Rev.

    I'm not the biggest soccer fan but I enjoy the "event" in and of itself. It's fun to get all jingoistic for awhile in a light hearted manner.
     
  5. Crabtownboy

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    I always enjoy watch the World Cup, both the men's and women's. I find it fascinating watching the teamwork that is required in soccer.

    Soccer is just about non-stop action. Nothing like baseball with the pitcher staring at the catcher, spitting and scratching himself. :laugh:


     
  6. Rolfe

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    You must have an exhilarating life...
     
  7. FriendofSpurgeon

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    Yes, it's been fun to watch. Great game by Colombia the other day, beating France 2-0. Only three shots on goal the entire game, but two scores. The USA should beat Nigeria and move on to the next round.
     
  8. Gib

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    My wife is making me flip the channel over to it every now and then. USA #14 was one of her students in HS.

    I saw her and said "look #14, there she is." But she was on the wrong team - wearing a Denmark jersey :smilewinkgrin:
     
  9. Scarlett O.

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    I have a former student who is now a teacher herself who is there in Canada (or was there - is it over?). She and her husband and three kids are all ga-ga over soccer. Both men's and women's.

    They are die hard fans.
     
  10. JPPT1974

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    Just hope that the USA can win! Both the men and the women's! However easier said than done!
     
  11. padredurand

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    I have done all three.

    In order of preference:

    • Watching paint dry.
    • Watching grass grow.
    • Watching _____________.
    • Watching soccer in any shape, manner or form.
     

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