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Jun. 12 2010 - 4:46 pm | 75 views | 0 recommendations | 0 comments

England, winless against the U.S. in World Cup soccer and war

The United States v. England in World Cup Soccer and War

2010 FIFA World Cup logo

U.S.A.: 3 (but really, 4)

Great Britain: 0

But, hey, don’t feel bad, England. You’ve got top notch whiske….oh wait, that’s Ireland and Scotland (and the U.S). I mean, you’re the best at cricke…..oops, no, that’s Australia, South Africa, India and New Zealand. Hmm, well, um, you can always hang your hat on that one medal from the Winter Olympics.


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