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Football, Doctor Who and the World Cup [Jun. 12th, 2010|08:03 pm]
Douglas Spencer
Poll #1577605 Football, Doctor Who and the World Cup

My football-related watching today...

I watched the football-centric episode of Doctor Who live; I'll watch the England/USA World Cup match later.
8(5.4%)
I watched the England/USA World Cup match live; I'll watch the football-centric episode of Doctor Who later.
29(19.6%)
I've watched the football-centric episode of Doctor Who live; I'll ignore the World Cup match.
94(63.5%)
I watched the England/USA World Cup match live; I'll ignore the Doctor Who episode.
1(0.7%)
I am ignoring both events.
16(10.8%)

Although...

My behaviour is more complicated than that; I'll describe what's going on in the comments.
32(100.0%)


EDIT: I'm now informed kick-off wasn't until after Doctor Who finished airing, that's what I get for reading match schedules in GMT.
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[User Picture]From: lizblackdog
2010-06-12 07:09 pm (UTC)
I have an American friend I watch Doctor Who with (on the computer, with an AIM window open beside it for running commentary) and I'm waiting to watch it together. And not even Doctor Who can make me want to watch a football match, sorry.
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