San Francisco's World Cup viewing party looks like an Occupy rally. pic.twitter.com/QTpUZ549mj— Evan McMurry (@evanmcmurry) June 26, 2014
Amid the hundreds of #USA fans in #HermosaBeach is the handful of #German fans. pic.twitter.com/D7vLyt0SWM— Ruben Vives (@LATvives) June 26, 2014
Let’s go @ussoccer ! Check out the #USAvGER game at Grant Park! http://t.co/XryRq1kWml #LetsDoThis pic.twitter.com/nGJJEi2UCH— ChicagosMayor (@ChicagosMayor) June 26, 2014
Sporting KC fans go nuts in Power & Light District ...
DuPont crowd at kickoff pic.twitter.com/odVk469jmS— Dan Steinberg (@dcsportsbog) June 26, 2014
It's never a "loss" to have happy motivated workers.
Their is always a positive return.
Isn't that what summer picnics, Christmas parties, casual Friday.... are all about
I'm giving my workers Tuesday afternoon off (with pay) so I can watch the game. They may or may not watch, I don't care, I want to be watching not working.... Its just a little money for me but how often does this opportunity arise?
Was in Miami airport for Germany game but able to watch USA X Portugal at Porto Alegre FIFA Fan Festival location. USA representation small but vociferous...the only negative was a few of our more animated supporters cranking up the Mexican "puto" shout every time CR7 touched the ball in the second half. Really no need for that kind of vulgarity...the Brazilian TV announcers called it "escandalosa" during the Croatia game.