Re: FW: England humour

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    >From: "Wade T.Smith" <>
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    >Subject: Re: FW: England humour
    >Date: Thu, 6 Sep 2001 08:30:10 -0400
    >Hi Vincent -
    > >> Universal Pictures announced today they plan to make a film of the
    > >> momentous football match that took place on Saturday.
    >Damn, you mean we won a soccer game? Nobody told me.
    Maybe they could make a documentary out of the Miami Hurricanes versus Penn
    State Nittany Lions matchup last Saturday. It would be much more interesting
    than a movie about a boring soccer game.

    If soccer were so important, Dennis Miller would be announcing in the booth
    during "Monday Night Soccer", with sidekicks like Pele and any other famous
    soccer player there may have ever been.

    Now a matchup between the Canadian Football League and National Football
    League champions would be awesome. I wonder if Doug Flutie would shift

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