Category Archives: World Cup 2014

Never Exaggerate The Importance of Incompetence.

In the latest edition of Life Elsewhere, Dr. Binoy Kampmark joined the program to help us understand the turmoil in Iraq and what caused it. Dr. Kampmark, a learned scholar, appraises the Bush administration’s invasion of Iraq with a terse rebuke by saying, “Never exaggerate the importance of incompetence”. After summing up the past and current crisis in Iraq, Binoy

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The Sexy Beautiful Game?

All over the world Soccer is known as The Beautiful Game. It’s also known as Football. In the USA, the moniker Football has long been claimed by what the rest of the world see as a gladiatorial spectacle, where the players clad in armor play a distant cousin of venerable Rugby, driven by the time demands of TV commercials. The World Cup

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USA v Portugal The Most-Viewed Soccer Match Ever In The US

According to the Neilsen company, whose business is to keep tabs on these things, more than 24.7 million viewers watched USA’s thrilling draw with Portugal on ESPN and Univision. The gripping World Cup game was seen by an average of 24.7 million viewers last Sunday evening and an additional 490,000 people streamed coverage of the game on their mobile devices. “At last,

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Is the US Gripped by Civil War? The Most Surprising Infamous Trial Verdict? World Cup Surprises?

A lot of questions in the latest edition of Life Elsewhere. Trial consultant Richard Gabriel talks about the behind-the-scene details of trials he consulted on, including, O.J.Simpson, Phil Spector, Heidi Fleiss and Casey Anthony. Gabriel’s answer to the question, “What verdict surprised you the most?”, will surprise you. You’ll hear more intriguing exposés from Gabriel’s new book, Acquittal: An Insider Reveals the Stories

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The Experts Predict?

The beautiful poster above for World Cup Brazil 2014 is courtesy of the brilliant new soccer magazine Eight By Eight. Founder and Editor-in-Chief, Robert Priest joined the latest edition of Life Elsewhere to talk about his magazine and his passion for the beautiful game. In the interview Robert explains his approach to putting together a publication devoted to a sport that

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