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I just found out today that ESPN has announced that they will televise every match from the 2010 World Cup. ABC will mainly be focused on carrying US games.

 

The announcement and the schedule is here.

 

 

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I just found out today that ESPN has announced that they will televise every match from the 2010 World Cup. ABC will mainly be focused on carrying US games.

 

The announcement and the schedule is here.

Thanks for that link to the schedule. Certainly going to make the workday go faster.

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World Cup of what? :)

Pastry.

 

The German pastries are executed very precisely but without imagination. We always expect more from the French pastry chefs than they seem capable of delivering, the Brazilian pastries are long on style but kind of a mess and the Italian pastries are an immovable brick that eventually wears the eater into submission. England has no pastry.

 

Spain?

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World Cup of what? :)

Pastry.

 

The German pastries are executed very precisely but without imagination. We always expect more from the French pastry chefs than they seem capable of delivering, the Brazilian pastries are long on style but kind of a mess and the Italian pastries are an immovable brick that eventually wears the eater into submission. England has no pastry.

 

Spain?

The Mexicans have high hopes for their pastries now that even the topping is locally sourced. I'm guessing they won't advance too far because they still have an awfully soft filling in the center.

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Ballack's injured. Oh well.

 

I'm rooting for Spain.

 

Ballack should be pastured anyway. Klose as well, sadly...but there are a bunch of really excellent young guys this year, many of whom have played a phenomenal season with FC Bayern.

 

I'm risking my marriage by saying this, but I'd love to see Spain win.

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World Cup of what? :)

Pastry.

 

The German pastries are executed very precisely but without imagination. We always expect more from the French pastry chefs than they seem capable of delivering, the Brazilian pastries are long on style but kind of a mess and the Italian pastries are an immovable brick that eventually wears the eater into submission. England has no pastry.

 

Spain?

England would have lots of pastry but it's always stolen by thieving Germans or Argentinians.

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World Cup of what? :)

Pastry.

 

The German pastries are executed very precisely but without imagination. We always expect more from the French pastry chefs than they seem capable of delivering, the Brazilian pastries are long on style but kind of a mess and the Italian pastries are an immovable brick that eventually wears the eater into submission. England has no pastry.

 

Spain?

 

And they say mathemeticians aren't hilarious.

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World Cup of what? :)

Pastry.

 

The German pastries are executed very precisely but without imagination. We always expect more from the French pastry chefs than they seem capable of delivering, the Brazilian pastries are long on style but kind of a mess and the Italian pastries are an immovable brick that eventually wears the eater into submission. England has no pastry.

 

Spain?

England would have lots of pastry but it's always stolen by thieving Germans or Argentinians.

Right now England's got caught with pastry crumbs all over its face.

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