Sometimes all there is to say is: Sadface, sadface, sadface! World…Cup…come…come back! Verily, we hardly knew ye. Hardly. Like comic book shoppe geeks suddenly run out of Fantastic Four serials, “there is no emotocon for what [we] are feeling.” The Venuist hasn’t even been to a sports bar in like, 36 hours and Warning Track … Continue reading
Hey Venuers, how you doing? Still balling? Thought so… And btw, caught your breath yet? Holy mackerel, ten beers and nigh 36 hours ago, US Soccer made The Venuist entirely forget that the NBA Finals ever happened. Too bad the that Peanuts’ gang of Charlie Brown look-a-likes (see also: Slovenia) couldn’t come along for the … Continue reading
The ESPN/ABC sports family remains firmly committed to presenting the very finest in 2010 World Cup coverage. We consider it an honor to cover what is truly the largest, most exciting, and most meaningful spectacle of sports in the world. Even if it is just a fucking soccer tournament.
2010 World Cup in South Africa v. the All-Valley Karate Tournament (Karate Kid) – the ‘Committee for Who Wins’ Decides
Above: New Jersey vs Okinawa in the knockout round Welcome back to Venuing Voices’ Committee for Who Wins. Here, our team tackles the toughest of debates each week in a 12 round format. In today’s debate, we pit the 2010 World Cup — currently raging in South Africa — vs the 1984 All-Valley Karate Tournament. … Continue reading
On the eve of the 2010 World Cup I sit on my hotel terrace, sipping a cold glass of exquisite South African Chardonnay, looking north towards Table Mountain shrouded in a plume of ethereal clouds; I cannot quite believe the expense that Venuing has gone to too bring you coverage of this years fabled World … Continue reading
Many of you sports frenzied individuals will, or should, be aware of a certain little soiree taking place in southern Africa starting next week. Some of you will be all clued up, some of you will be completely in the dark. Some of you will be familiar with your Drogba’s, your Rooney’s, your off side … Continue reading