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Old 12-26-2017, 11:10 PM   #6811
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After pro baseball, American football is the second most popular sport.
You know why Yank football is so popular there, I figured it out years ago
Between downs you're able to go to the hot dog stand, fridge, bar, toilet or whatever, come back and not miss a bit of the game

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That all said, I can watch Baseball.

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If you can get it watch the two playoff games by the Chicago Bears in 1985. The Bears won both by shutout which means that the other team was not able to make a single point which is a record that still stands today.
If that was with that big player, The Fridge I think he was known as, no thanks . saw it and .... B O R I N G.
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Old 12-26-2017, 11:13 PM   #6812
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Your whole country is full of sports bars. Go to one of them.
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Your whole country is full of sports bars. Go to one of them.
Your cricket match won't be on any of their channels either. I have checked my 300+ channel package. None are carrying it, but I have not checked Pay-per-View.

You will be pleased to know that I have a choice of several old "Law & Order" episodes to watch anytime, day or night.
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For those of you curious about ice hockey in Australia.

http://www.theaihl.com/leagues/front...leagueid=11464
Well, it turns out I was wrong. I guess if the NHL can have teams in Arizona, 2 each in Southern California and Florida, Nashville, St. Louis, the Carolinas, Dallas, and San Jose, they can play ice hockey in Australia, but God knows why.

I'll probably be hearing about the Russian surfing championships, soon.
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What do you think? How much freaking snow and ice do you see in Australia? How many surfers freaking come from Russia?
I don't see much snow & ice in many US states either, but they still play hockey
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I don't see much snow & ice in many US states either, but they still play hockey
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Well, it turns out I was wrong. I guess if the NHL can have teams in Arizona, 2 each in Southern California and Florida, Nashville, St. Louis, the Carolinas, Dallas, and San Jose, they can play ice hockey in Australia, but God knows why.
Yes, this list is of a group of NHL franchise cities that get little or no snow. I am not into cold, wet white stuff personally being a native of the Bay Area with its 6.8 C lows in the winter and 24 C highs in the summer. Our record low is -3 C which is rarely seen and the high is 43 C. We get 3 or 4 days a year over 37 C. Our weather is pretty monotonous, but comfortable..we are in the dead of winter here with our lows above 6 C and our highs of 16 C. It's a bit colder where you are now, I take it.

I will tell you what, if I lived in Australia you wouldn't catch me playing ice hockey when I could go to the beach and see all the Aussie babes in bikinis or less.

Freakin' Aussies are almost as crazy as Americans.
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Presumably Australia has electricity and water.
Stranger things have been known to happen

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Freakin' Aussies are almost as crazy as Americans.
We're just misunderstood but we're normal, the rest of the civilised world isn't
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Your whole country is full of sports bars. Go to one of them.
I would never go to a sports bar. They're full of big beefy guys guzzling beer and eating crap and going ape-shit when they watch sports on the big t.v. screens, and getting into fights(that is what I've heard). Besides I am not even a team sports lover. My favorite sport(really a game) is pro golf. Since 2002 I have been watching the PGA golf games. My favorite player was Vijay Singh who is from Fiji, but has lived in Vedra Beach Florida for most of his life. Now he is too old to play on the PGA. His greatest season was 2004. He won 9 games including a "major", won more than 11 million dollars, was voted "Player of the Year' and was inducted into the PGA Hall of Fame in 2006. At age 52 he still plays on the PGA Tour , but usually does not win.
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You know why Yank football is so popular there, I figured it out years ago
Between downs you're able to go to the hot dog stand, fridge, bar, toilet or whatever, come back and not miss a bit of the game

Aussie Rules, The Greatest Sport On Earth
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WosPAisAAOI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxhqXzVBen4

That all said, I can watch Baseball.



If that was with that big player, The Fridge I think he was known as, no thanks . saw it and .... B O R I N G.
too bad you think American football is boring. In my case I have seen some of the most incredible catches of the football by the "wide receiver" as much as 80 yards away from the "quarterback" who threw it. Also great tackles by the defensive linemen, great runs by the "running backs" great scores made by the "field goal kicker"., fantastic touchdowns by the running backs or a quarterback, or a defensive lineman who intercepted the football thrown by the quarterback of the opposing team. In every football game I have seen there are at least one or more incredible plays, and this is as much true for college football as it is for pro football.
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I would never go to a sports bar. They're full of big beefy guys guzzling beer and eating crap and going ape-shit when they watch sports on the big t.v. screens, and getting into fights(that is what I've heard). Besides I am not even a team sports lover.
Surely you live in a large cosmopolitan city and you could go to a lesbian sports bar , aren't you manly enough to over-power a woman ? Then you could watch your cricket game while drinking a pink lady
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