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    I'm following it at work while my coworker is taping it at home. He's a huge Arsenal fan and I'm trying not to spoil it for him.
    I expected the Rocky Mountains to be a little rockier than this.

    I was thinking the same thing. That John Denver's full of $hit, man.

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    Hey soccer fans: turn on Arsenal/Milano if you can

    There's something fun happening here: Arsenal needs to score four goals to have a chance to advance in Champion's League, which is giving us a rare glimpse of a super-talented offense going ballz-out without paying a lick of attention to defense.

    So far it's 2-0 at 28 minutes. It's not what I'd call great football, but it's VERY entertaining.
    C'est dommage que je sois un ignorant, car je vous citerais une foule de choses ; mais je ne sais rien.

    --Hugo

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    My coworker is getting pissed because people keep calling him or stopping by to talk about the game. He's an Irishman and I've learned some new words.

    I've been sworn to silence.
    I expected the Rocky Mountains to be a little rockier than this.

    I was thinking the same thing. That John Denver's full of $hit, man.

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    3-0 at half time. They might do it!!

    This would be more unlikely than Lyon's ridiculous qualification for the knockout round, when they overcame a 7-goal deficit...but that was with help and against Dinamo Zagreb, not an AC Milano team that's been tearing up Serie A.
    C'est dommage que je sois un ignorant, car je vous citerais une foule de choses ; mais je ne sais rien.

    --Hugo

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    I am a Milan fan. I am not happy right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davelikestoplay View Post
    I am a Milan fan. I am not happy right now.
    Looks like you're going to be OK...not being a fan of either team, I just enjoyed the endless series of unbalanced attacks. A little disturbing from the point of view of Milano's D, though. Poor marking in the box and inconsistent midfield play are not what I expect from a top Italian team, even these days.

    Something weird going on with me and football lately: the last dozen or so matches I've seen, either on TV or in person, have averaged about 4 goals apiece. Last weekend I watched Arsenal beat my Tottenham boys 5-2, then I went to Gerland and watched Lyon draw PSG 4-4.
    C'est dommage que je sois un ignorant, car je vous citerais une foule de choses ; mais je ne sais rien.

    --Hugo

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    It's time to move on from Arsene Wenger.
    Dictated but not read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henry Porter View Post
    It's time to move on from Arsene Wenger.
    Not Le Professeur, well maybe.

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