Who'll win tomorrow.....USA or MEXICO

Discussion in 'Houston, TX' started by Master-Omaj-Kadub, May 7, 2003.

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Who'll win tomorrow.....USA or MEXICO

Poll closed Mar 24, 2012.
USA "soccer team" 5 vote(s) 83.3%
MEXICO "soccer team" 1 vote(s) 16.7%
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  1. Master-Omaj-Kadub Jedi Master

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    Dec 22, 2000
    star 4
  2. Queenie Amidala Force Ghost

    Member Since:
    May 7, 2000
    star 5
    That's tomorrow? Yay! Then they can finally take the ticket info off HoustonTexans.com.

    ;)
  3. merlin Force Ghost

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    May 29, 1999
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    [color=663300]I don't see the "who cares?" option in the poll. :p[/color]
  4. yoda4982 Force Ghost

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    Jul 10, 2002
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    USA!USA!USA!USA!USA!USA!USA!USA!USA!USA!USA!USA!USA!USA!USA!USA!USA!USA!USA!


    Mexico









    Just kidding. The US will win
  5. goldbubbly Jedi Master

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    Jan 5, 2002
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    i'm keeping the faith in the U S of A
  6. Bladecarver Jedi Knight

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    Nov 26, 2002
    star 1
  7. DECO_DROID Jedi Youngling

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    Mar 13, 2002
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    yeah, that was a "great" game...

    as long as they don't try to give us another team that wants yet another new stadium built, i'm happy...
  8. Count_Dough-ku Jedi Knight

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    Nov 7, 2001
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    This is a perfect example of why soccer sucks. 90 minutes played and NOBODY SCORED!!! Those 70,000 people who filled Reliant Stadium deserved exactly what they got.

    Hell, at least a scoreless NHL game is shorter, faster-paced, and offers the possibility of fights breaking out(on the ice, not in the stands like at a soccer game).

    What a worthless sport!
  9. Briareos Jedi Knight

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    Jun 22, 2002
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    Don't hold back, tell us how you REALLY feel... :)


    PS - Soccer rules! ;)
  10. Crunchy Jedi Master

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    Jun 29, 2000
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    What an ignorant statement Dough-pooh...
  11. Master-Omaj-Kadub Jedi Master

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    Dec 22, 2000
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    It's funny to see the comments you guys make sometimes.....

    "0-0 tie" thats the Americasss way....
  12. Count_Dough-ku Jedi Knight

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    Nov 7, 2001
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    What's truly "ignorant" is Sports Illustrated giving the Women's U.S. soccer team "Sportsperson(s) of the Year" in 1999 instead of someone clearly more deserving like Lance Armstrong.

    Yes, the women's team's victory was a big deal to some folks, but the only reason they got as much press as they did was because Brandi Chastain was celebrating on the field in a sports bra.

    Lance Armstrong had cancer and was given a 50/50 chance of living by the doctors. Dude not only survived but came back to win the freaking Tour de France which ain't exactly the easiest athletic event around. But hey, at least he finally got "Sportsman of the Year" in 2002 after winning the thing for the FOURTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR!!!

    This is my real gripe with soccer. I have no problem with the fans(as long as they're not rioting or killing people), but I hate how the media tries to shove it down the public's throat as if the majority of Americans care. We don't. It's a niche sport and it always will be.
  13. Queenie Amidala Force Ghost

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    May 7, 2000
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    Um, I have an extreme dislike for soccer, as well, if that means anything. :)

    And I agree with you. Lance Armstrong is an incredible person. You should see how he is loved and respected in Austin.
  14. Briareos Jedi Knight

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    Jun 22, 2002
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    This is my real gripe with soccer. I have no problem with the fans(as long as they're not rioting or killing people), but I hate how the media tries to shove it down the public's throat as if the majority of Americans care. We don't. It's a niche sport and it always will be


    How bout you just speak for yourself instead of "America." I don't care who wins the Tour de France, the Superbowl, the NBA finals, the World Series or the Stanley Cup. I didn't play any of those sports when I was growing up - I played Soccer. Besides, "Sportsperson of the year" isn't a popularity contest, so it's hardly relevant if soccer is a "niche sport."
  15. bebo_lokk Jedi Knight

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    Aug 16, 2001
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    Baseball rules!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  16. Queenie Amidala Force Ghost

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    May 7, 2000
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    Now, Buck, tell the truth! We all know the glory lies within the heavenly realm of football. ;)

    We all have stuff we like and dislike. It's all good. :)
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