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  1. A bit premature to talk about the 2019 world cup yet. Australia are a good side, but Not sure that the All Blacks have passed midday in their reign. The All Blacks will always be one of the best in the world. Yes some good players are retiring but others will come. The Wallabies are a good side and have done well with Cheika. A big difference between NZ and Australia is New Zealand's depth across the field. Not sure about a green and gold world cup in 2019. Lets enjoy this win today! It does feel much better than in 2011. Very satisfying!
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  2. I bet a Rugby WC in the US would draw similar numbers! We definitely have the stadiums to do it!
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  3. Congratulations nz. And well done Australia for making a game of it in the second half.
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  4. I think the cycling events were considered to take place on the plaza in front of the castle. It's quite far from where they want to set up he Equestrian venue (at the back of the gardens). Each venue will even be reached by a different train station, on a different branch of the RER C line
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  5. You've jinxed it now.....hope so though
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  6. Only about 10 hours to go until the Rugby World Cup final. Getting nervous now. Its going to be a big morning in New Zealand. Today we have learnt that someone has bet $400,000 on the All Blacks to win the world cup. That is the biggest bid in New Zealand betting history. The biggest since betting was legalised in 1961. Go the All Blacks!
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  7. Finally found where Thomas Heatherwick got his inspiration for the 2012 cauldron. And not saying it's a bad thing. Look at how the peacock expands and retracts his tail. Look familiar? At least the peacocks can't sue!!
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  8. American buffoons like you need to (re)read your history and remember that if it hadn't been for France you Yanks would all be speaking English!!
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  9. Surprised nobody seems to realize different countries have different regulations around contests. Of course there's no reason to accept entries from abroad, that would be a nightmare for any organization. As long as you're based in Japan, you may submit your design and I don't see why a gaijin can't win, either.
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