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soy.el.che  
19 Nov 2008 19:21 | Quote
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Mexico is playing right now Against Honduras.. soccer rocks.. bets... who will win..
youve got one hour to answer or else its cheating.. this is the preliminary for the mundial (international soccer cup)
its important

vote, dont be shy
BodomBeachTerror  
19 Nov 2008 19:55 | Quote
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a billion dollars that it will be a draw!

i dont watch soccer, it bored me. its fun to play though, when its not to serious or competative. i like it just for fun
soy.el.che  
19 Nov 2008 20:02 | Quote
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its the elimination stage.. !! theres tension!!
i just see games where mexicos selection plays
Ozzfan486  
19 Nov 2008 20:43 | Quote
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FOOTBALL!!!!!!!! Not Futbol!!!! GO PITTSBURGH!!!!!!
GRX40  
19 Nov 2008 20:51 | Quote
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Ahh, Pittsburgh sux...

Not as much as the Rams though... :( We are a joke.


Ermm, I'll say Mexico will beat Honduras. I don't know much about either though.
Dyl4N  
19 Nov 2008 21:35 | Quote
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Mexico
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jaja...che...mexico perdio ya...asi q...ya sabes q es la decepcion mexicana jejeje
telecrater  
19 Nov 2008 21:35 | Quote
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so who won?
soy.el.che  
19 Nov 2008 21:40 | Quote
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si, yo c
espero qe pongan a un buen dt y qe le den tiempo
EMB5490  
19 Nov 2008 21:43 | Quote
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go giants!!!!
soy.el.che  
19 Nov 2008 21:44 | Quote
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cowboys

cuando es el proximo juego?? sbs?
EMB5490  
19 Nov 2008 21:44 | Quote
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mexico of course, what other country can take the ball then hop the fence with a green card...JUST a joke...calm down. lol. just a sterotype where i live... we are such racist jews...lol.
Dyl4N  
20 Nov 2008 12:02 | Quote
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Mexico
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lol...at least mexican thieves would've done better than the one who was sent at the olympics :P(a lil truthly joke)...and im not racist but i really hate all the religions...so...is ok :P
Crunch  
20 Nov 2008 19:23 | Quote
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United States
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I really like watching the world cup, other than that, I can't tell what's going on in the "big picture." Most importantly to me, soccer does give Sports Illustrated its best "Signs of the Apocalypse." This week's: "A mob of Argentine soccer fans hijacked two city buses at knifepoint to get to a match in Buenos Aires on time."
Ozzfan486  
20 Nov 2008 19:26 | Quote
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lol @ Crunch.
TheAmericanBrit  
20 Nov 2008 19:59 | Quote
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A mob of of Mexican gangsters held a group of magicians at gun point one day. While all the other magicians were scared, one simply looked back at them and said under his breathe, "Don't worry....watch this...". He then threw his voice and said, "FUUUUUUUUTBOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL!".

I gotta stop smokin that stuff, boy! I tell ya...
EMB5490  
20 Nov 2008 21:13 | Quote
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in soccer i think you get a red card (warning) and a yellow card (idk what tht means) not the biggest soccer guy, but anyway, i saw this game of mexico vs. united states, a player for mexico kicks a u.s. in the shin, he gets a red card. he screams CRAP and kicks him again. he gets another red card, the outta anger puches the ref. he then gets a yellow card, and just before shooting the judge he says "the next one i get is a green card right?" sorry i had to.
JazzMaverick  
21 Nov 2008 01:50 | Quote
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Psh, I don't give a crap about watching such a sport. I'd much rather play it and kick your asses :D
TheAmericanBrit  
21 Nov 2008 02:45 | Quote
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lol, soccer.

Heather  
21 Nov 2008 13:38 | Quote
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FOOTBALL! Not that I like the sport, but that's it's REAL NAME! GRRR! Where 'Soccer' came from I don't even know. I blame American (NOT football, so I call it...) SOCCER, as it ripped off rugby wuith lots of padding, slightly altered the rules and stole FOOTBALL'S name! Make me so ANGRY!!!!

But of those back on subject...Mexico...
blackholesun  
21 Nov 2008 14:09 | Quote
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The name soccer comes from football's full name - Association Football. From what I've seen of American Football, I can't understand why it's so popular. Just seems like one set piece after another and when a team loses possession, all the attackers come off to be replaced with the defenders. In proper football, EVERYONE needs to know how to attack and how to defend, and there are much fewer breaks in the play. What's with all the padding? They don't have all that in Rugby.

And why is it called football seeing as most of the time the ball is played with the hands?
Heather  
21 Nov 2008 14:35 | Quote
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I agree! A protection cup is forgiveable but all the padding's just plain crazy. I say it should be named not hand ball, but...errr, padding. Okay, I'm sleepy now so I can't think of a snappy comeback at thier name other then handball, but let's praise the name of padding anyway. Terrible crack or not.

I rememberwatching a documentary a few weeks ago with that Stephen Fry in it, he went to an American football game in a collage in Alabama, I was amazed! It looked like is was a mix of a international cup final for top of the wolrd league and the Bejing oplimpics, it was bizzare.
Crunch  
22 Nov 2008 00:49 | Quote
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Have you ever played American Football? The padding is necessary. I'm not sure, but I doubt there are a large number of 300+ pound rugby players that run 4.6 40's. That is a very large man coming at you at a very high rate of speed; if his shoulder meets your head, it's not at all unlikely that you could die. Also, from what I can tell, Rugby tends to be more of an endurance game, where the continuous tackling would wear on you, whereas in American football, depending on your position, you can take a massive hit and break your leg, neck, etc. during any given play. Rugby doesn't have the opportunity for a "tombstone" either, which, if you were to see one, would cause you to never again argue the validity or necessity of padding.

In response to the "attackers" being replaced by "defenders." A modern day NFL roster could never play both ways without sustaining insane numbers of injuries. You would be down to the fourth string by the sixth or seventh game of the season.

When the game was invented field goals (kicking through the goal posts) were worth more points than a touchdown (crossing goal-line with ball). A team is also able to attempt a larger variety of kicking plays: field goal, punt, and kickoff. Other than that, you have passing and rushing, which can't really be distinguished as two entirely different types of plays (in my opinion).
JazzMaverick  
22 Nov 2008 11:36 | Quote
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Trust me, Rugby is a lot rougher than American Football. Because they haven't got any padding. I would just say, watch it live before you critisize it. You can easily lose your life, and they've left with many broken bones.

I watched a guy in American football have his eye poped out while playing. I watched a guy in Rugby choke on his own teeth and died. They're both rough.

Though either way, nether sport can be better than the other, because naturally, it's down to opinion.
jcb3000  
22 Nov 2008 12:38 | Quote
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watch the all blacks and youll know that rugby is freaking dangerous. plus playing rugby is so much fun, who needs padding? just get up from a hard tackle, brush yourself off and get back in the game. thats what rugby is all about. even though im only 16 and play at county level i have seen my fair share of nasty injuries including my friend nearly dying from a broken sternum, and someone getting their femur snapped.
EMB5490  
22 Nov 2008 13:11 | Quote
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hah id own lots in sports
Heather  
22 Nov 2008 13:43 | Quote
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Either way, down to opinion or not I think American football's basically a rip off. But then IU again, I don't really watch sport unless it's cycling and even then I'd rather actually do it then watch it.
EMB5490  
22 Nov 2008 13:52 | Quote
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how many miles can u cycle? what bike you got?
GRX40  
22 Nov 2008 14:25 | Quote
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Rugby is pretty cool, though I'm not exactly sure how to play. I know it involves scrums and hookers though.

My school used to have a rugby team but they dropped it since it wasn't covered by the insurance. But the team was restarted by some students and teachers in a non-school league, so they still play, just with a different team name and no school logo.
EMB5490  
22 Nov 2008 14:39 | Quote
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my version of rugby...well basicly go for whatever part of the body isnt covered, tackle them, then shoot their leg, bite their ear. molest thewir sister...wha? who? i didnt say that? all u pervs!!! lol.
TheAmericanBrit  
22 Nov 2008 14:55 | Quote
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At least we don't say crap like "**e".

Anyway, lets team our Footballer's up against your Footballer's.....lets see who'd win.




Vs.





American Football > British Football.
EMB5490  
22 Nov 2008 14:56 | Quote
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wed own...
TheAmericanBrit  
22 Nov 2008 14:57 | Quote
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JazzMaverick says:
Trust me, Rugby is a lot rougher than American Football. Because they haven't got any padding. I would just say, watch it live before you critisize it. You can easily lose your life, and they've left with many broken bones.


All that proves is that Rugby players are stupid as hell.
jcb3000  
22 Nov 2008 16:08 | Quote
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TheAmericanBrit says:
All that proves is that Rugby players are stupid as hell.


or american footbal players are ***s
TheAmericanBrit  
22 Nov 2008 16:43 | Quote
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lol, try again.

Out Player's would own the hell out of you guys.
blackholesun  
22 Nov 2008 16:47 | Quote
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TheAmericanBrit says:
American Football > British Football.


Seeing as you decided to show a picture of a Spanish football match, before declaring that American Football is better than British football, I believe your opinion to be invalid. Besides, it's not British football, or English football, or Spanish football, it's a sport that is played all over the world, and is far more popular worldwide than American Football.

I rest my case.

TheAmericanBrit  
22 Nov 2008 17:49 | Quote
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It's all about the joke, idiota.

Soccer may be more popular, but it's still sucks.

AMERICAN FOOTBALL, #1!
EMB5490  
22 Nov 2008 18:17 | Quote
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skold, i need a vid of that hit on steven jackson, plays for the rams, last weeks game, the huge hit laid on him.
Crunch  
22 Nov 2008 18:18 | Quote
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For some reason, I just don't see any rugby players that are as physically intimidating as Ray Lewis or Shawne Merriman. No matter the sport, I would want those guys on my team, especially Dark Alley-Ball.
blackholesun  
22 Nov 2008 18:22 | Quote
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Since when has violence and intimidation = sport?

Tell me why soccer sucks, Skold. You seem to know all the answers.
TheAmericanBrit  
22 Nov 2008 18:42 | Quote
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There we are.

I'll try and see if I can find it, EMB. I haven't DVR'd any games in a while, so I'll have to search youtube.

BTW: You're talking about the hit Brown gave him?
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