Jose Luis Chilavert, Paraguay’s goalkeeper, vows that he’ll score score against Spain in the World Cup. He’s scored 50 goals on penalties and free kicks in his career, and if he delivers on his promise, he’ll become the first goalkeeper to score in the World Cup.
AirlineMeals.net. “You fly, you get food. You like it or you don’t. But you eat it.”
England’s World Cup squad was announced this morning. Discussion regarding the team can be found here.
In business-to-business email communication–and, indeed, in all email communication–context matters.
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News from Asia:
1) The Burmese government says they’ll release pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi tomorrow. She’s been under various forms of detention for the last twelve years.
2) Scores of Chinese people, in an effort to gain a few inches of height, are choosing to undergo a drastic procedure to lenghthen their legs.
3) Paul Francis Gadd, also known as Gary Glitter, is holed up in Cambodia.
“You Deserve a Month Off,” says Mark Morford. “We all need more time off.”
The LA riots happened ten years ago this month. How has South Los Angeles changed since then?
Here’s an excellent analysis of the 23-man squad that US coach Bruce Arena picked for this summer’s World Cup.