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  1. What the heck are you taking about. How Exactly do they run the sports world?
  2. So anyone catch that great Chelsea- Everton Game? Best BPL game in a longggg time
  3. Well no regrets here for Arsenal's win Ramsey was on my fantasy team so more points for me! Man United 1-2 Swansea City Leicester 2-2 Everton QPR 0-1 Hull Stoke 0-1 Aston Villa West Brom 2-2 Sunderland West Ham 0-1 Spurs Arsenal 2-1 Crystal Palace
  4. Nice yeah I remember watching a youtube clip of Jay and Dan of Fox Sports Live getting their passes at Sochi and being informed they couldn't flim in the olympic park so instead they filmed outside the fence
  5. Some of the picks were not far off some just outrageous such as Arsenal winning 5-0. Tough game for Manchester United got to get our injured players back and they need to use the transfer window
  6. Early Football results Thurs New Guinea 0-7 Venezuela China 2-0 Mexico both women's games Today Men's games Iceland 5-0 Honduras Cape Verde 0-5 Korea
  7. You got to be kidding me That is a completely random house. The Mrs.Doubtfire house is in pacific heights on a hilly street and there is no space between the houses.Where do you get stupid **** like this (maybe your were mistaken which in that case I apologize)
  8. NBC OLYMPICS AND UNIVERSAL SPORTS COMBINE TO PRESENT 54.5 HOURS OF 2014 YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMES FROM NANJING, CHINA Josh Elliott & Mary Carillo to Host Opening Ceremony on Saturday, August 16 at 6 p.m. ET on NBCSN Youth Olympic Games Televised for First Time on NBC and NBCSN – 24.5 Hours of Coverage Across 16 Days Wide Array of Coverage to Include Beach Volleyball, Diving, Gymnastics, Swimming, and Track and Field Universal Sports Network To Provide 30 Hours of Coverage NBC Sports Live Extra to Stream All Coverage Airing on NBC and NBCSN STAMFORD, Conn. – August 12, 2014 – NBC Olympics and Universal Sports Network will combine to present 54.5 hours of the upcoming 2014 Youth Olympic Games from Nanjing, China. NBC Olympics will air 24.5 hours of coverage, marking the first time the Youth Olympic Games will be televised on NBC and NBCSN. In addition, Universal Sports Network will provide 30 hours of Youth Olympic Games coverage. NBC Olympics’ coverage begins with the Opening Ceremony on Saturday, August 16 at 6 p.m. ET on NBCSN, hosted by NBC Sports Group’s Josh Elliott and Mary Carillo. Elliott will also serve as a studio host throughout the Youth Olympic Games. Coverage will include highlights from each day’s events, normally airing in primetime on NBCSN, similar to NBC’s traditional Olympic primetime presentation. NBCSN will present coverage each day, beginning with the Opening Ceremony on Saturday, August 16, and concluding with its coverage of the Closing Ceremony on Thursday, August 28. NBC will air three, one-hour presentations of the 2014 Youth Olympic Games beginning Sunday, August 17 at 3 p.m. ET. A wide array of events will be featured, including beach volleyball, diving, gymnastics, swimming, and track and field. The NBC OlympicTalk blog (http://olympictalk.nbcsports.com) will also include daily reports on the Youth Olympic Games. NBCUniversal will present coverage of every edition of the Youth Olympic Games through 2032, per its agreement with the International Olympic Committee that was announced in May. This marks the second iteration of the Summer Youth Olympic Games, following the inaugural event in Singapore in 2010. The 2014 Youth Olympic Games will feature approximately 3,800 athletes, ranging in age from 14 to 18, competing in 222 events across 32 sports. The Youth Olympic Games aim to bring together and celebrate the world’s best young athletes, promote the Olympic values to youth communities throughout the world, and raise sports awareness and participation among young people. COMMENTATORS: Jason Knapp, Jim Watson, and Mike Corey will provide play-by-play coverage of events throughout the Games, while veteran track and field reporter Lewis Johnsonand 2006 ice dance silver medalist Tanith Belbin will handle on-site reporting duties in Nanjing. They will be joined by a team of U.S. Olympians to provide analysis, including: Alicia Quinn (formerly Alicia Sacramone), member of the silver medal-winning 2008 U.S. Olympic gymnastics team; Laura Wilkinson, U.S. Olympic diver and gold medalist at the 2000 Sydney Olympics Nick Symmonds, a five-time U.S. National champion in the 800m and two-time Olympian; Kevin Wong, a professional beach volleyball player who appeared at the 2000 Sydney Olympics, and served as a beach volleyball analyst for NBC at the 2012 Olympic Games in London, and; Kaitlin Sandeno, who won four medals as a swimmer at the 2000 and 2004 Olympics, and was a member of the American team that broke the world record in the 4x200m freestyle relay. NBC, NBCSN and Universal Sports Network’s coverage of the 2014 Youth Olympic Games from Nanjing, China: Date Time (ET) Network Sat., August 16 3-5:30 p.m. Universal Sports Network 6-8 p.m.* NBCSN Sun., August 17 3-4 p.m. NBC 3-6 p.m. Universal Sports Network 8-10 p.m. NBCSN Mon., August 18 5-7 p.m. Universal Sports Network 8-10 p.m. NBCSN Tues., August 19 5-7 p.m. Universal Sports Network 7-9 p.m. NBCSN Wed., August 20 5-7 p.m. Universal Sports Network 7-8 p.m. NBCSN Thurs., August 21 5-7 p.m. Universal Sports Network 7-8 p.m. NBCSN Fri., August 22 1:30-3:30 p.m. NBCSN 5-7 p.m. Universal Sports Network Sat., August 23 4-7 p.m. Universal Sports Network 9-11 p.m. NBCSN Sun., August 24 Noon-1 p.m. NBC 4-7 p.m. Universal Sports Network 8-10 p.m. NBCSN Mon., August 25 5-7 p.m. Universal Sports Network 7-9 p.m. NBCSN Tues., August 26 5-7 p.m. Universal Sports Network 7-9 p.m. NBCSN Wed., August 27 5-7 p.m. Universal Sports Network 7-8 p.m. NBCSN Thurs., August 28 5-7:30 p.m. Universal Sports Network 6:30-8 p.m.** NBCSN Sun., August 31 12:30-1:30 p.m. NBC *Opening Ceremony **Closing Ceremony YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMES ON NBC SPORTS LIVE EXTRA: NBC Sports Live Extra — NBC Sports Group’s live streaming product for desktops, mobile devices, and tablets — will provide streaming coverage all 2014 Youth Olympic Games coverage appearing on NBC and NBCSN. For desktops, NBC Sports Live Extra can be accessed at http://www.nbcsports.com/liveextra. The NBC Sports Live Extra app for mobile devices and tablets is available at the App Store for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch; within Google Play for Android handset and tablet devices; at the Windows Phone Store for Windows Phone devices; and at the Windows Store for Windows devices. – NBC SPORTS GROUP –
  9. I am sad to report to those that don't know that actor and comedian Robin Williams who lived near SF has passed anyway. My favorite movie with him is Mrs.Doubtfire which I know has helped a lot of people whose parents have divorced. He will be sorely missed. Anyone else have good memories of him
  10. Yes I stand corrected your right about that but most people that live in the neighborhood are sad because the other half has a lot of memories and the park won't be the same
  11. can't do that right now because their renovating it
  12. Full schedule posted now http://www.nanjing2014.org/en/en_sports/GamestimeResults.htm Also I was looking at the guide for NBCSN to record the opening weekend of BPL and at 3 PDT / 6 EDT there was YOG highlights schedule so there will be some exposure. I think I can stick to online for these games
  13. Awesome Please Come again,what was your favorite place in the city?
  14. Yeah Comcast doesn't even have Universal Sports so online for me
  15. Here is my crazy prediction. If Oslo does pull out USA is guaranteed the 2024 Summer Olympics. Come at me people
  16. http://www.gamesbids.com/forums/topic/22012-legacy-mode/page-48 from page 48 to 51 very entertaining starts sort of in top middle of the page
  17. Yes all of the games is free and not geo blocked on youtube
  18. http://www.thewire.com/national/2012/11/san-franciscos-naked-days-are-over/59209/ It's official, guys: San Francisco has banned public nudity. No more hanging out pantsless at bus stops in the Castro. No more nude sunbathing on Fisherman's Wharf. No more naked mud wrestling in Golden Gate Park. To put it rather bluntly, no more fun. In a 6-5 vote, the city's Board of Supervisors approved a proposal that makes it illegal to expose your genitals in public places, including but not limited to sidewalks, parks, streets and those weird buses that skate around the city on Earth-saving electric cables. Infractions will cost you $100 the first two times and $500 the third time. Supervisor Scott Wiener, who introduced the proposal, predictably sounded like a buzzkill after the vote. "The Castro and San Francisco in general, is a place of freedom, expression and acceptance. But freedom, expression and acceptance does not mean anything goes under any circumstances," he said on Tuesday. "Our public spaces are for everyone and as a result it's appropriate to have some minimal standards of behavior." Minimal standards of behavior? What's next, forcing everyone to wear gingham plaid and khaki pants while they drink drip coffee and talk about monetary policy? This is not Washington DC, Mr. Wiener, and you are no Emily Post. Proponents of public nudity say that the new ban will destroy everything that makes San Francisco the nation's capital of free spirits. They also maintain that public nudity doesn't hurt anyone, and banning it only serves to clamp down on San Franciscans' freedom of expression. As Supervisor Christina Olague has argued, Wiener's proposal seems to be "a solution in search of a problem." All the fun hyperbole aside, it's worth considering the idea that the people San Francisco simply don't care that much if they can walk around naked. The San Francisco Weekly, at least, thinks that the pro-nudity contingent didn't even put up a fight. "Much to our disappointment, there have been no rallies, no naked sit-ins or protests, and strangely enough, no nudity around City Hall," wrote the alt weekly's Eri Sherbert on Tuesday, the day of the vote. For what it's worth, we have seen some pictures of naked people getting involved in the conversation at City Hall. One protestor named Gypsy actually stripped in the middle of the Board of Supervisors meeting. (See above.) The fact of the matter is that you'll still be able to run around San Francisco naked on certain days of the year. Wiener's proposal includes an exception to the ban during festivals and on certain beaches. And obviously, the new ban is only as strict as the SFPD wants it to be. Even the city's leaders say they're not ready to give in to the man and put on stupid clothes. "I'm concerned about civil liberties, about free speech, about changing San Francisco's style and how we are as a city," said Supervisor John Avalos. "I cannot and will not bite this apple and I refuse to put on this fig leaf." BTW the supervisor that introduced it Scott Wiener is gay
  19. 2 years to go everybody I'm so excited!
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