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    Re: Do you intend to watch the World Cup?

    Quote Originally Posted by 99percenter View Post
    It requires no physical exertion. You can probably burn more calories playing wii sports.
    This is fantastically ignorant.
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    Re: Do you intend to watch the World Cup?

    No, I find soccer incredibly boring to watch.
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    Re: Do you intend to watch the World Cup?

    Quote Originally Posted by molten_dragon View Post
    No, I find soccer incredibly boring to watch.
    As do I. When younger I enjoyed playing it, but hated watching it.

    Same with golf.
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    Re: Do you intend to watch the World Cup?

    Quote Originally Posted by 99percenter View Post
    It requires no physical exertion. You can probably burn more calories playing wii sports.
    I am pretty sure her work-outs don't include playing wii sports :






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    Re: Do you intend to watch the World Cup?

    Fight flag desecration!
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    Re: Do you intend to watch the World Cup?

    Quote Originally Posted by radcen View Post
    As do I. When younger I enjoyed playing it, but hated watching it.

    Same with golf.
    I only like watching my kids play soccer. Watching grown ups play it is painful.

    Agree 100% on the golf thing. I love golf and could play all day. I'd rather watch Showgirls again than watch golf on television.

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    Re: Do you intend to watch the World Cup?

    Quote Originally Posted by Beaudreaux View Post
    I like watching the World Cup. Soccer is more about strategy and planning more than brute strength or just scoring. If you look at it like that, it's one of the most interesting sports to watch. And IMHO, that's why it's the most popular sport in the world, second only to sex.
    There's a theory that soccer is popular because it's the cheapest port around. It doesn't cost much to learn how to kick a ball or set up a net.
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    Re: Do you intend to watch the World Cup?

    Quote Originally Posted by votemout View Post
    boring game, have never watched one and never will. BORING
    Like the kid said, "I never had that before. I don't like it!"
    One of the best sports events I've ever seen was a soccer game, a Champions League game between Celtic and Barcelona. Game was in Glasgow and both teams play a beautiful, attacking style of fitba. The result was Celtic 2-3 Barcelona and by the end of the game the Celtic supporters were chanting, "Barca! Barca!" and the visiting Spaniards were chanting, "Celtic! Celtic!" It was a wonderful game.
    Having said that, you're also liable (if you watch Italian teams) to see this...
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    Re: Do you intend to watch the World Cup?

    Yes. Greatest single sporting event on the planet enjoyed by billions.
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    Re: Do you intend to watch the World Cup?

    Quote Originally Posted by Redress View Post
    Scoring does not mean more interesting games. Look at basketball: lots of scoring, and less exciting than watching your toenails grow. In fact, basketball is about the only sport as boring as soccer.
    Ironic coming from someone who watches a sport where you can't even see the puck half the time and they break up the play with fights just to keep the crowd interested.
    ‘This is not peace, it is an armistice for 20 years.’ (Ferdinand Foch. After the Treaty of Versailles, 1919).

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