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Anyone keeping up with this, I've watched every match so far.

Just wondering if espn is covering at all at home.
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Yeah it was on in my house last Sunday Germany vs. someone.. I didn't watch it but heard it occasionally when I walked thru the room.
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Notorious wrote:Anyone keeping up with this, I've watched every match so far.

Just wondering if espn is covering at all at home.
I am working with a host nation military in Europe right now and it is a zoo.
There is nothing getting done on the afternoon of a game and they all look my worst morning in college the whole day after a game.
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I've only been getting updates from the Foreign Mom but I might watch some this weekend. The politics of it have been pretty crazy, though.
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18echo wrote: I am working with a host nation military in Europe right now and it is a zoo.
There is nothing getting done on the afternoon of a game and they all look my worst morning in college the whole day after a game.
The military? That's not comforting.
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John Q. Public wrote: The military? That's not comforting.
Every foreign military I have worked with is like this during a Euro Cup or World Cup.

To be fair, I was in Kandahar for Superbowl XXXVI and Baghdad during Super Bowl XLII.

There wasn't any drinking, but there wasn't any operations those nights either.
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I've watched every single game so far. Very exciting.

I'm a HUGE Italy fan. Does anyone know a good place in the OC to watch Italy games where Italians frequent? Or an establishment that is a Italian National team supporter?

Would be very grateful for some info!

Thanks!
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Just arrived in Germany from Croatia yesterday afternoon.
Last night Germany beat Greece last night.
Pande-f*cking-monium in the streets last night, took over an hour to drive two miles through a small ville here.
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Yeah I felt bad for anyone who had their car anywhere remotely near Brandenburg gate last night.
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