I watched the entire good game, it was very good. Unless they dubbed the audio at the begining, which I doubt they did - than at the very least the crowd in Dallas cheered and din't boo our National Anthem as the Mexicans did when our Olympic team lost to them in Mexico.
Good to see honor of the Anthem in Mexico, but it's still sad to see overwhelming pro-Mexico support at these games; except for one game played at Columbus during the winter in a 2002 World Cup qualifying match.
Amazing the Pope can still score, at his age.
posted on 04/28/2004 8:15:48 PM PDT
(John Kerry's patriotism is not in question. The question is: which country?)
at the very least the crowd in Dallas cheered and din't boo our National Anthem as the Mexicans did when our Olympic team lost to them in Mexico.
The Mexicans also chanted, "Osama! Osama! Osama!"
posted on 04/28/2004 8:16:13 PM PDT
What else can you say when a Pope scores for you?
posted on 04/28/2004 8:16:14 PM PDT
(Age and treachery will always overcome youth and ability.)
Who cares???? It's soccer!
posted on 04/28/2004 8:17:07 PM PDT
I didn't know that the pope's role extended to determining soccer games...
You learn something new every day, I guess.
That title was such an eye catcher...Imagine if they had been playing a moose-lum country!
Pope's late goal gives U.S. 1-0 win over Moracco
U-S-A! U-S-A! U-S-A!
I thought Pope played for Poland.
posted on 04/28/2004 9:27:23 PM PDT
posted on 04/28/2004 9:35:34 PM PDT
(John Kerry has more positions than a veteran prostitute)
Given the size of his hat I assumed he was a keeper.
posted on 04/30/2004 11:23:51 AM PDT
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