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  1. Not many comments yesterday but many here aren't that interested in women's football so understandable Men's Football 1st Round(In Local Time) 1PM: Iraq vs Denmark 3PM: Honduras vs Algeria 4PM: Brazil vs South Africa 5PM: Mexico vs Germany 6PM: Portugal vs Argentina 7PM: Sweden vs Columbia 8PM: Fiji vs South Korea 10PM:Nigeria vs Japan
  2. The action gets started today with Women's Football and since I made all the threads for 2014 I feel inclined to continue, I will make better ones in a few days but I'm out of the country and stuck to mobile till Friday Schedule(All in local time) Women's Football 1st Round 1PM: Sweden vs South Africa 3PM: Canada vs Australia 4PM: Brazil vs China 6PM: Zimbabwe vs Germany 7PM: United States vs New Zealand 10PM: France vs Columbia Hope anyone watching enjoys!
  3. I think some good news is they will allow streaming of NBC and other networks this time, therefore if you live on the West Coast like me, you can stream NBC's primetime coverage during the East Coast block and see all the marquee events live, I did it for the Trials and the streaming was actually pretty good!
  4. Hello friends great to be back here for the games here's an article with full quotes from the executives involved http://www.philly.com/philly/sports/olympics/NBC_wont_broadcast_Rio_Olympics_opening_ceremonies_live.html
  5. http://www.nytimes.com/2015/07/28/sports/olympics/mayor-casts-doubt-on-boston-2024-olympics-bid.html?_r=0 It's all over looks like no 2024 Olympics for the USA
  6. http://www.rio2016.com/sites/default/files/users/rio2016_files/guia_ingressoing_2015_daily_0.pdf
  7. Well here we go Today on the 6 o'clock news a report taking with a fmr Supervisor who is part of the Anti-SF Olympics Committee and he wants the voters to decide if public money should be used . Ah just give it to LA I'll still go regardless
  8. AirAsia Indonesia regrets to confirm that flight QZ8501 from Surabaya to Singapore has lost contact with air traffic control at 07:24 (Surabaya LT) this morning. The flight took off from Juanda International Airport in Surabaya at 0535hours. The aircraft was an Airbus A320-200 with the registration number PK-AXC. There were two pilots, four flight attendants and one engineer on board. The captain in command had a total of 6,100 flying hours and the first officer a total of 2,275 flying hours There were 155 passengers on board, with 138 adults, 16 children and 1 infant. Also on board were 2 pilots and 5 cabin crew. Nationalities of passengers and crew onboard are as below: 1 Singapore 1 Malaysia 1 France 3 South Korean 156 Indonesia At this time, search and rescue operations are being conducted under the guidance of The Indonesia of Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). AirAsia Indonesia is cooperating fully and assisting the investigation in every possible way. The aircraft was on the submitted flight plan route and was requesting deviation due to enroute weather before communication with the aircraft was lost while it was still under the control of the Indonesian Air Traffic Control (ATC). The aircraft had undergone its last scheduled maintenance on 16 November 2014. AirAsia has established an Emergency Call Centre that is available for family or friends of those who may have been on board the aircraft. The number is: +622129850801. AirAsia will release further information as soon as it becomes available. Updated information will also be posted on the AirAsia website,www.airasia.com. Note to Editors: We ask that members of the news media do not call the AirAsia Emergency Call Centre, as this line is reserved for family members seeking information about those who may have been on board
  9. Yeah but we live in San Francisco the coliseum is miles away and SF could care less if the Raiders or A's stay
  10. They Called my house asking if you support the 2024 bid
  11. The real problem with BART is no express trains like I never understood why they left that out. It is a far easier system to navigate than the NYC Subway or the Tube which require you leaving the platform and walking somewhere else where is you need to Transfer with BART it's a simple walk across the platform with 2 trains there at the same time people transferring to the one to San Francisco and Lower East Bay. I think a quicker ride can be made in 10 years definitely and the system is improving greatly. It's not as amazing as the NYC Subway but it's reliable and much easier
  12. Unfortunately yes you and me have this argument a lot
  13. Doesn't matter too me will still always be Tape Delayed until 7PM PDT. Really needs to starts at 7 EDT/ 4 PDT in all times zones then shortened replay at 8/9 PM PDT. O well at least I might be in Rio and if not can watch the cable channels or online live streams


  16. Then when one country invades the other all they have to do is secretly sent troops into the tunnel and BAM
  17. I just went to this amazing website called The Man in Seat 61 (Brits might know it) and there was a page on how it's possible to take trains from London to Singapore. Not really much High Speed Action outside of Eurostar and ICE but really wanted to share Looks like an amazing trip London - Moscow - Beijing - Hanoi - Saigon - Bangkok - Singapore (or vice versa)If you have the time (we're talking a minimum of 3½ weeks one-way), you can travel from London to Singapore overland, see the route map here. The links below cover travel in either direction, from London or to London: Step 1: London to Moscow by train. Daily departures, 2 nights, from around £200 one-way with sleeper. Spend at least 1 night in Moscow. Step 2: Moscow to Beijing by Trans-Siberian Railway Two trains a week, 6 nights, from around £500 one-way in 4-bed sleeper. Spend at least 1 night in Beijing. Step 3: Beijing to Hanoi by train Two trains a week, 2 nights, about $320 or £220 one-way in soft sleeper. Spend at least 1 night in Hanoi. Step 4: Hanoi to Saigon by train Several trains daily, 2 nights. Why not stop off to see Hue or Hoi An? About $90 or £50 one-way in soft sleeper. Step 5: Saigon-Phnom Penh by bus Daily, 6 hours, $12. Spend at least 1 night in PP. Step 6: Phnom Penh-Battambang by train or bus, bus to the frontier, train to Bangkok. Step 7: Bangkok to Singapore by train. Daily, 2 nights, from £40 or $80 one-way including sleeper for both nights.
  18. They were going to do that but l think Southwest screwed them over
  19. Was watching Goal Zone on NBCSN and Rebecca Lowe brought in the Men in Blazers and she said Boys How much did you miss the Premier League during the international break. They responded with O Rebecca we missed it as much as England will miss Scotland. They are so funny
  20. None of the big teams will have Qualifying till at least 2016 Next year will only have the small countries with terrible teams
  21. Seattle at the Space needle or the CN Tower in Toronto
  22. How so? I had only started watching full time since last season because of who and how it was broadcasted it in the US
  23. Well it would have to be sanctioned by FIFA or else if your FA sent a team then the FA would get kicked out of FIFA
  24. Yeah of course but that's the IOC. Do they control the BPL or the NFL the two biggest sports leagues in the world? No so in reality it's just the biggest sporting event in the world they control but not the rest of the sporting world
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