World Cup Tags

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  1. rbonini

    You might want to add World Cup 2006 – just saw it in the tags page

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  2. Sophie

    Great idea, but what about other languages?!

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  3. P. A. Monteiro

    Hey, I’ve got a World Cup 2006 tag going on my blog, but at least you guys are pointing to the world cup :-).

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  4. ychittaranjan

    Those tags do contain some serious blogs maan! And loads of information, raves, rants, reviews, nitpickings, hero-worshippings and whatnot! Keep it up WPers:)

    BTW, I noticed that this page showed [No Responses to “World Cup Tags”] even though there was ONE Comment! Check out the screenie at http://img153.imageshack.us/img153/3106/bug0jh.png

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  5. kapeka

    I would add “wm2006″, this is more for the german reader

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  6. Sophie

    That’s what I would suggest, kapeka. My tag: wm 2006, with a blank.

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  7. gapp

    how come Brazil is missing… lol

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  8. aabiransabeel

    I got my predictions going on in my blog, alas I didn’t use those tags, maybe I should! Thanks for your hard work as usual!

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  9. kapeka

    @Sophie: I use it without a blank, because thats better usable in Technorati etc.

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  10. Boz

    I got an idea for a new blog. — it’s based one one of mine:

    2,006 Whirled Cups of Comedy

    http://www.2006WhirledCups.blogspot.com/

    Check my WordPress account to learn more my other life-threatening activities. Don’t be afraid!

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  11. 幽子

    That’s a great news!

    (applause..)

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  12. sanyuja

    Woo hoo!

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  13. kapeka

    http://wm2006.wordpress.com

    I Opened this Blog. Its open for everyone to Blog about the World Cup.

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  14. Donncha

    And then there’s Matt’s blog who has dedicated his blog to covering the World Cup and generally writing funny and wacky stuff. :)

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  15. akechi

    i say argentina wins..

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  16. carlosvaldez

    Hey people,
    I have taken it onto myself to produce perhaps themost unique world cup diary ever written. Every game watched and recorded then chucked out here>>>

    http://thecarlosvaldezworldcupdiary.wordpress.com/tag/the-diary/

    ANyone who is interested in the football please check it out.
    all feedback welcome, for good or ill.
    Carlos Valdez

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  17. britgirl

    I’m doing a short review on the World Cup 2006 matches as I see them. I won’t be able to catch all of them, but those I do, and those that are really meaningful for me,(England for example!) I’ll be blogging about on. http://britgirl.wordpress.com

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  18. dreamnepal

    Hmm..everyone is so sucked up into the world cup. I watched most of the matches but was sad to see the lacklustre from the brazilian side. And, yet, I hope to see Brazil go through…I think I am writing something on this too…

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  19. Jota A

    World Cup has taken all my time previously dedicated to blog… :(

    OK, not only my time dedicated to blog. It has taken over almost ALL of my time, period.

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  20. Justin

    Yeah, i’ve been loving watching the world cup – Go Australia! i’ve written a few posts myself on my blog under a few of these tags.

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  21. strambinha

    I use a misterious system, but here is my tag for the world cup: torcendo.

    Go Brazil!!!

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  22. swartzonmedia

    Nice…I don’t have time to look at them right now, but I know I will. It sucks the USA is out now, but I expected it, but the cup is still fun to watch. Thanks for this page.

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