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afternoon dreamer


just started to rain here in Oregon, video from last night, music tonight
rock on !

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hey spammers


why don't you crawl back to dung heap you crawled out of

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Meanwhile, in the French Alps

Alberto Contador couldn't chug up the mountain route to Galibier as well as Andy Schleck. Amazingly, and with incredible effort, Thomas Voeckler fought his way to yet another race leading yellow jersey. Today's stage 19 to Alpe d'Huez will be the last 2 climbs, with Grenoble Saturday, and then Paris, on Sunday.

Will Andy Schleck, Evans, Frank Schleck or Voeckler win the tour?

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おめでとうーーーーーーーーーー!!!!!!

Yeah, it was certainly a good game. Both countries making a lot of silly mistakes in the first half; both sides making what seemed like passes to invisible members of their own team.
But it looked like the USA just got a little tired in the second. They had to close Japan down whenever they got the ball as they knew what they could unleash. Was going to wear them down eventually.
Great to see Japan never giving up; constant constant constant until the job was done. Wonderful to them laughing and smiling in the group huddle before the penalties. Real spirit. No arrogance just delight and a life-affirming approach to what lay ahead.
We're mighty proud of you. Let's hope this inspires the people in Japan to never give up; to persevere, to dig down deep and forge ahead with the beauty that is LIFE.

And you just know they will.

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I'm glad too, more soccer ?


good thing for him he made it

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Japan vs. US

was a very exciting game. Japan won, partially thanks to the U.S. defense being so helpful. I liked how Japan played-they were steady and unruffleable, and more precise with their passes than the Americans. The game was kind of reminding me of the fable of the race between the hare and the tortise. After the horrible year Japan has had, I am glad they get this to celebrate.
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didn't get to see the game...

But it looks like this was the first time in 26 meetings that Japan has beaten the Americans, guess it was meant to be. Congratulations Japan . Sure wish our media would let us know how you're doing once in a while.

jonapi (not verified)
かんぱい!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Congratulations to Japan Women's Football Team!!!!!!!!

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I'm slow...AND fat

Prolly cuz often when I GET fried....I EAT fried.......baked/baked....yup/uh huh....oh dear

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Still the South, Johnman

Deep fried. But baked works as well.

But I did miss what you meant the first time. I'm not good, but I'm slow...

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