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(Guardian)   Reporting about the corruption and slave labor in Qatar in preparation for the FIFA World Cup? You bet that's an arrest   (theguardian.com) divider line
    More: PSA, FIFA World Cup, Doha, Qatar, 2010 FIFA World Cup, Property, Norwegian journalists, FIFA, FIFA World Rankings  
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2021-11-27 11:48:24 AM  
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Why isnt the US spearheading a boycott like others want with china and the olympics?
 
2021-11-27 3:34:11 PM  
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Gubbo: I wouldn't go to see this world cup (Ireland aren't qualified so it wasn't really a dilemma). But I won't be boycotting it either.

I should.

But I just can't imagine not watching the world cup


I'm still showing up to the thread, mostly to dunk on Spain.

/a little post-colonial hatred mostly
//paso doble is the best way to describe their play - double down on the passes
 
2021-11-27 4:39:21 PM  
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Nadie_AZ: Why isnt the US spearheading a boycott like others want with china and the olympics?


Oil.
 
2021-11-27 4:50:17 PM  
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OtherLittleGuy: Nadie_AZ: Why isnt the US spearheading a boycott like others want with china and the olympics?

Oil.


You mean natural gas
 
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