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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: chuckney
2010-06-12 08:11 pm (UTC)
I warched Doctors Who and came upstairs afterwards to blog about it. Football is dull and annoying even when the stadium doesn't sound like it's covered in bees.
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