Anything American goes.
In 100 days, Brazil will kick off the World Cup against Croatia in the gleaming new Arena de São Paulo. Assuming, that is, the stadium is finished in time.Amid growing excitement at the World Cup returning to the home of La Joga Bonito, there is concern at the extent to which deadlines have been repeatedly missed before being torn up altogether. "I am not a World Cup specialist but I will say this has not been easy, for sure," said the Fifa secretary general, Jérôme Valcke, one man who you might hope would be exactly that, in Zurich this weekend."I think things will work well but it is also true that whenever you receive something late it becomes a challenge to make it ready in time."
This thread is about what's going on...Well, about the World Cup, that's old news. 6 years old at least. Anyone surprised?
In Illinois, the primary elections are almost two weeks away. The gubernatorial candidates are jockeying for position, trying to convince us that the guy paying for the ad is our savior while his opponents will undoubtedly turn this state into an economic desert that would make Detroit look overpopulated and safe by comparison. I have a suspicion it doesn't matter which corrupt politician gets in, that the end result won't be much different.
Anyone surprised? Yes, Barulheira.
Quote from: Jimbro3738 on 2014-03-06, 16:20:30Anyone surprised? Yes, Barulheira.I'm sorry. We rarely see anything being finished in time here.Works aren't going on well here. As usually.
And of course the law drama. Rachel Canning: Judge rules parents don't have to pay university fees of daughter who tried to sue them
What's worse, the dumping was done intentionally to cut corners and save an estimated $3 per barrel.source
Is there anywhere worse in the Americas as Mexico? What a hellhole of murder and mayhem.
A study has discovered one in ten Americans think HTML - the name given to the code that makes up websites - is a sexually transmitted disease, while almost a third think a gigabyte is an insect.
Other terms that confused the participants included software, which was mistaken from comfortable clothing, and USB, which was mistaken from the acronym of a European country.
QuoteA study has discovered one in ten Americans think HTML - the name given to the code that makes up websites - is a sexually transmitted disease, while almost a third think a gigabyte is an insect.
All the Germans that were ... the ethnic Germans, the Germans by ancestry who were in places like Czechoslovakia and Romania and other places, Hitler kept saying they're not being treated right. I must go and protect my people and that's what's gotten everybody so nervous.Hillary Clinton
it could came up with the same results anywhere in Europe too
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