Where will you be watching USA vs. Spain?


The U.S. men's national team takes on Spain today in the Confederations Cup semifinals (2:25pm, ESPN) in the most anticipated U.S. match since the 2006 World Cup and fans all over the country are making plans to catch the action live.

Whether it is at a bar, at work on the computer (shhh), or in the comfort of your own home, I know many U.S. fans will find a way to see today's match as it happens, rather than waiting to watch it on TIVO later.

Now, if you can't find a way to watch the match live, you know you can follow the action here on SBI via our Matchday Commentary. This could be the day we have our first thousand comment post so please feel free to follow along here.

So, where will you be watching?

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167 Responses to Where will you be watching USA vs. Spain?

  1. Erica says:

    Unfortunately, I’ll be trying to watch it from work.

  2. Erica says:

    It appears that I was FIRST…haha.

    Is it sad that this is the first site I check in the morning when I get in to work?

  3. Alex says:

    I’m lucky to be watching from home, but unfortunately my lady friend “can’t make it”. I don’t think she likes the, um… intensity with which I watch MNT games. It kind of freaks her out.

  4. AdamTheRed says:

    Fox and Hound at 120th and Dodge

    Omaha, NE USA!

  5. jimbo says:

    Anybody know a place to go in Rochester, NY?

  6. Angelo says:

    Unfortunately at home…in a computer… :( wish was in a pro-US bar though.

    USA !! USA !! USA !! BELIEVE !!!!

  7. jjfad13 says:

    Currently planning on attempting to watch from work but formulating a plan to get out of here early. Wish me luck.

  8. juno says:

    Show spirit U.S.!

  9. CPTKevin says:

    At work, ESPN360.com!!! Headphones on of course.

  10. ekescher says:

    Highbury on Kinnickinnick. Best football bar in town.

    Milwaukee, WI

  11. Will says:

    Leaving the office at noon. Heading to the house to watch it.

  12. saintly one says:

    At the slaughterhouse

  13. Napoleon says:


    I am hoping for the best, but I fear the worst.

    Spain 5 USA 0

    Torres & Villa will mystify the centerbacks with speed and grace and Xavi/Fabrgas/Alonso will hit them with precision passing.

  14. Felix says:

    I’ll be watching it from work. Hopefully the USMNT will deliver me a monumental upset on my birthday!!

  15. Rossi is Judas says:

    Working a half day, then headed to the local watering hole.

  16. Josh says:

    I don’t have tv, so I’ve gotta go to the gym and watch it on the treadmill or stationary bike’s tv screen. It’s a fairly solitary experience, but at least I get some exercise while I’m watching.

  17. Michael Vann says:

    Work. I gotta love working in soccer because work stops, or I should say temporarily halts, when an important game is on. Nice that I don’t actually have to sneak off to watch games now!

  18. I will not be watching. I will be at work. Thanks for making me feel like an ass.

  19. SuperChivo says:

    Can any of you in any way substantiate the rumors that agents of the Mexican Football Association have infiltrated U.S. based fan web sites and are seeking to sabotage the U.S. Men’s Soccer program? There are claims on the web that saboteurs, suspected of being funded by Galavision, the Michoacan Cartel, and the Tigres del Norte are fearful of suffering an Aztecazo at the hands of the ‘Nats and have a top-secret operation to sow mistrust, disunity, and idiocy amongst gringo supporters by starting a Mexicanization program against the US Soccer Federation and its leaders, Sunil Gulati and Bob Bradley, with the aim of manipulating U.S. media and thereby overthrowing the head coach so as to leave the program leaderless and rudderless in the final, crucial year of qualifying and preparing for South Africa 2010.

    link to facebook.com

  20. Max Zeger says:

    Grilling some sausages at home with the fam. Leaving work early too, i love my employers… so considerate.

  21. Max Zeger says:


    It’s great you check this first in the morning, I check this site probably one hundred times a day, but that also might be because my job is boring too.

  22. Julio says:


    In the new Pembroke Pines Shopping Center in FT Lauderdale Florida, next to I-75. It’s English (EPL stuff all over the place, really cool).

  23. Nutmegger says:

    Work. On the trusty back up laptop. Will post a link here if I have a chance. NM

  24. Kevin says:

    I will be watching at home today after work unfortunatly DVRing this one. Damn judge won’t move the docket so I can watch live…lol.

  25. jim b says:

    I’ve taken the day off, already made a stiff bloody mary and plan to head to my local watering hole. I’ll be soused by game time so win or lose I’m gonna enjoy myself. USA!!!

  26. Alex says:

    Julio, I live in Tamarac, you have the exact address for this pub?

  27. lprevolution says:

    Home. I am a total freak and don’t wan’t to answer the inevitable question, “Is this the World Cup?” Nor do I want to hear,” soccer will just never be popular in this country.”

  28. brian says:

    taking the afternoon off, watching it at home.

  29. Fire BB says:

    I will not be watching live, as I work. Not too sure that’s a bad thing as I predict a 58-0 result.

    Fire BB.

    In other news, Jozy is being eyed up for a loan by fulham. That’d be haaaaauge for him.

    link to football365.com

  30. La Norte says:

    Whats wierd is everything that I was going to post, has already been posted, like this being the first site i check in the morning- to trying to figure out hot to leave work early. In a great world I would be able to leave early and head over to summers to catch the game, but instead might leave early and head home to watch the game….

    Pongan Huevos Estados Unidos

  31. Eric Griesheimer says:

    DVR…watching it late tonight.

  32. ko'd says:

    Kevin–my judge refuses to accommodate me, too. What is up with that?

  33. Thomas says:

    On the couch. The money I don’t make for choosing to be a teacher is nearly offset by the fact that I’m free to watch international football tournaments almost every summer. I’m not at all kidding when I say that this was a serious consideration in my choosing of a major in college.

  34. wes says:

    Watching the game at a friends house with a good crew. Is there an official USA Soccer beer? Think I am gonna stick with the classic Yuengs

  35. milkshake of despair says:

    I’ll be at the San Francisco Airport on my way to a wedding. Making my wife get there an hour early (she expects payback at some point) and hoping my flight is delayed to get the whole game in.

  36. Ben says:

    Fado in Chicago.

    The perks of being a student… gotta love it.

  37. Greg says:

    At the El Alamo Bar here in Buenos Aires!

  38. john.q says:

    at the office besides my spanish co-worker. shes been talking trash since monday!

  39. Clayton says:

    Put it in the DVR schedule and I’m hoping to bail out of work in time to reach kickoff.

  40. front row says:

    The Plasma, a bottle of mead and the air conditioner on max

  41. Jamie Z. says:

    Just moved into my new place in Buffalo, NY, and trying to find a decent pub in town to watch the match.

  42. VA law says:

    to Kevin and KO’d…I feel your pain. We’ve got a crazy week this week and no chance of any judge moving his docket around to accommodate. Sux.

  43. Radi0head says:

    Gonna be stuck at work, but i’m gonna be stalking your matchday commentary ives!

  44. John says:

    From a computer during a teacher workshop. Hope the presenter doesn’t notice.

  45. Richard says:

    Hopefully the game is on at Logan Airport… If not, I’ll make em switch from CNN or something

  46. Aggies4JerryGarcia says:

    O’Sullivans, Paris, France. Surrounded by my Spanish, British and french counterparts, I hope this doesn’t end ugly or else I’ll be making an “Irish Goodbye”.

  47. ko'd says:

    VA Law–I have to say that I lose a little respect for Art. III’s when they fail to understand our need to support the National team.

  48. David says:

    DVR after work. Hopefully it is better than the Brazil match.

  49. t-riggy says:

    i will prob catch the replay. working early to late all week (today is 8am – 9pm)

    however, my curiosity may get the better of me and i’ll follow here.

    then hope i dont’ get fired.

  50. Mr E says:

    At a bar here in Utrera, Spain!!! WOOT!!

  51. Pete says:

    Taking a late, long lunch. Watching the game somewhere in beautiful New Rochelle, New York.

  52. Andrew says:

    At work :(
    I am dawning the sports coat with the USMNT jersey underneath!!!!

  53. Rob says:

    Class…and I can’t skip, I’m taking my finals, but no worries, I’ll have a laptop and follow it on FIFA matchcast and Ives’ commentary. Summer School strikes again!!!


  54. EA says:

    DVR – Immediately after work, immediately before LSU clinches the College World Series. Gonna be a long night.

  55. Mark says:

    From my desk at work on espn360, trying not to get fired. Can you use national pride as an excuse for insubordination?

  56. Lew says:

    Wolff’s Biergarten Albany, NY

  57. Phil says:

    At Coogan’s uptown in New York City….then maybe ESPN360.com if I can’t sneak away for longer.

    Wishing I was at Jack Demsey’s though.

  58. coolness says:

    At home on the BBC. The good thing about living in the UK is that the match is on during prime time, and I don’t have to cut out of work early.

  59. frank says:


    1) on the big screen at home

    2) in the garage with a cigar

    3) at the local cigar shop (with a cigar of course!)

    4) possibly the 2nd half while shopping for asado at a local Argentine market (wont be a problem watching a game there :) )

  60. Pat M says:

    Nevada Smith’s in New York City

  61. matt C says:

    MacDinton’s Irish Pub. Tampa.

  62. Mike says:

    I’m currently studying Spanish in Seville, Spain. I’ll be watching at a local bar surrounded by tonight’s sworn enemies. I hope we win, but in PKs. That way Spain doesn’t lose their precious unbeaten run, but we still advance. (I think PKs knockout games count as draws, right?)

  63. Dan says:

    Unfortunately, I am completely jammed up at work, so my only recourse is the SBI Matchday Commentary. I could only justify playing hooky from work during the World Cup.

  64. paul says:

    at home. good day to schedule “at home office.” GO USA!

  65. quakes fan says:

    At home at 8pm pacific time to watch when ESPN2 shows the replay. Sorry Ives, your site and all others that will give me the score are off limits starting at 11:30am today. I ain’t got not Tivo and can’t watch at work so this is the next best thing!

  66. Chris says:

    We are having layoffs this afternoon at work, so I can’t sneak out. Work also blocks espn.360, but I have found a bacup website to watch in on, just wish I knew Spanish….

  67. Ryan says:

    Step 1: Work from home, today
    Step 2: Go to Nevada Smith’s
    Step 3: Go down to Chinatown afterwards for Steve Nash’s little get together

    Nice little Wednesday planned out.

  68. KCB says:

    DVR tonight after TRANSFORERS 2!

  69. kswiss says:

    At a friend’s house on the DVR after work. I wanted to watch it live, but my gf can’t get off work, and she would kill me if I watched it without her. (Can’t really complain about that though, can I?)

  70. Smacking says:

    @Greg That’s a great haven in BA. I watched the Superbowl and March Madness there in 2007. The food sucks, but are they still doing ladies nights? The ratios were more than favorable.

  71. Joe says:

    Brewhouse Cafe, Little 5 Points, Atlanta GA. Should be good times.

  72. Fooz says:

    Nevada Smith’s! Then Chinatown. Going to be a good day.

  73. Mike says:

    In my apt. In Munich with 20 students. Go USA!

  74. Kevin Z says:

    I’m taking a half day at work and going to a pub called Champions in Austin with some guys from my old college intramural/current pick-up team. Getting drunk at midday watching the U.S. in the knockout rounds of anything: what a wonderful way to spend humpday.

  75. Colin says:

    TIVO with a bunch of friends after work — and my Spanish girlfriend.

  76. John Glosson says:

    I took a half day for Italy, extended my lunch for Brazil and have exhausted all goodwill with my employer. SO I’m DVRing it and will watch it when I get home. I wish I’d skipped the first two now.

  77. Dominick says:

    First half at some exotic place here in Evanston called “Chili’s”–ever heard of it? LOL Catching the full replay this evening at the Globe pub. so a productive day at work for me as I will be in communication blackout from 2:30 central on…

  78. Turtle says:

    With Giuseppe Rossi and the rest of the Italian team …. LOL!

  79. AllNats says:

    I unfortunately have to drive 6 hours to my in-laws this morning and will be on the road during the game.

    Now, said in-laws have a DVR but have no idea how to use it. I spent 15 minutes on the phone with my mother in-law yesterday explaining step by step how to set the game (and the show after it in case of overtime – learned my lesson long ago on that one) to record. She seemed to get it right but I have this nagging suspicion…

  80. beckster says:

    Step 1 – Get out of my 3:00 meeting

    Step 2 – Go downstairs to the company gym and get on the treadmill to watch the game for two hours.

  81. Richard says:

    at BJ’s Brewery right across the street from my work.

  82. MensreaJim says:

    I will be watching in my little cubby hole at work, flipping between Arabic and German announcers.

  83. slymer says:

    I’ll be watching on my TV in my bedroom. Unfortunately I’ll have to DVR it and watch after work. I’m going to lock myself in my room so my brother and uncle don’t spoil it for me.

  84. STX81 says:

    @ work so it’s EPSN360. Nice and legal 😉

  85. Jim says:

    Cutting out of work early, then the Kilkenny House in Cranford, NJ to catch the game with some friends.

  86. Djep says:

    I’ll be waking up at 3.24am here in South Korea, remote in hand and tv set to the right channel .

    ( … just hope I can get a few hours z’s beforehand… easier said than done at the moment . )

  87. Michael F. - SBI Mafia Original says:

    My company’s conference room. And then againat home on Tivo to re-live the victory.

  88. jahs says:

    My dorm at Harvard. Are there any good places/bars in Harvard Square to watch?

  89. Brian says:

    Me and a coworker are headed to a local pub across the street from our office. I supposedly have a dentist appointment today!

  90. Tim says:

    I got permission to leave work from 1 to 4pm just so i could watch the usa!

  91. castroviejo says:

    four courts in arlington

  92. Langan says:

    Match Tracker at work 1st half speed home on break to watch the 2nd half

  93. geoffersen says:

    I’ll be sneaking out of work and watching in my room at the Westin Southfield Detroit. USA!!!!!

  94. primoone says:

    -ESPN Zone…Down-town Disney, CA

  95. royce says:

    did we decide on an official beer? yuengling’s pretty decent (and we get it pretty cheap here in pittsburgh), but any other ideas??

    it’s irrelevant to me, today, since i’m watching from the office.

  96. kb says:

    Jahs – try the Plough and Stars on Mass Ave (halfway between Harvard Square and Central Square)

  97. Jose A. V. says:

    Soledad, CA, but DVR it and watch it after work.

  98. Dave says:

    At work on my Treo 755p, via Slingbox.

  99. Jeremy says:

    Anybody in Lancaster,PA interested in watching the game on DVR tonight- check here: link to facebook.com

  100. Vman says:

    There’s only one Nevada Smith’s, though it’s criminal that they don’t actually have HD there, despite the presence of many HDTVs.

  101. dieterhansi says:

    Henry J Beans -Chelsea, London. I’m just here for work but was told that it would work.

  102. Melissa says:

    On my DVR tonight!

    I’m trying to show remarkable restraint and not check the score during the day. I tend not to watch games I’ve DVRd if I know the score… and since my two national teams are playing each other i DEFINITELY want to watch the whole thing.

  103. Jeremy says:

    That link didn’t work: check out Riverside Soccer Lounge group on Facebook- a very informal, alchohol-free place to watch soccer.

  104. Andy in Atlanta says:

    Brewhouse ATL…

  105. JT says:

    In Ann Arbor on business, planning on watching at Damon’s off of state street.

  106. Rebecca says:

    Streaming at work, where 3 people so far have commented on my USA scarf, wanting to know why I had a towel draped over my monitor.

  107. Beto says:

    Canal 5 Televisa , I´ll see how Spain beat so easy GRINGOS … hehehhe

  108. MiamiAl says:

    Cough, cough, cough…I think I will not be feeling well at around 2:00…I wonder if I will have caught Swine Flu on my lunch hour?…I better go home (aka The Lucky Bar)…;)

  109. Kris says:

    I might as well be at the Highbury in Milwaukee, but most likely the Nomad over on Brady as that’s closer to where I live.

  110. AdamTheRed says:

    US Soccer > Transformers 2

  111. TroyJim says:

    Love your site Ives.

    I’ll be at Wolff’s Biergarten in Albany, NY.

    Go USA!

    Given the “heart” the US has shown in this tournament, I am feeling much more optimistic about 2010.

  112. Steve says:

    On the TV at work…big soccer following here, as I work for a British company.

  113. d says:

    espn360 after work

  114. LC says:

    Watching at work through SopCast. No Espn360 in our area. Helps to be the IT guy.

  115. tommymcb says:

    Jack Demsey’s in NYC is the place to be for this one!

  116. Graham says:

    From the comfort of my recliner Albany, NY

  117. Graham says:

    Ives think of a drinking game.

  118. Joamiq says:

    I’ll be watching it here at my place in the village of Jinijini in rural Ghana!

  119. BlueWhiteLion says:

    my exotic location: the basement, in my office, on 360.

    I am getting pumped for the game just reading all the cool places many of you are going to be! Be sure of this: we will either be cheering or jeering in unison, no matter our locations!

  120. Nathaniel says:

    Tigin Stamford, ct

    who’s with me?

  121. ELAC says:

    Fox and Hounds, Studio Citay, Cali.

    Pongan Huevos Estados Unidos!

  122. BlueWhiteLion says:

    official beer? Never had a Yuenglings. I am partial to German beer, however. Kostritzer is my favorite (dark beer). After that it is Milwaukee’s Best.


  123. Onoda says:

    BBQ at my place!

  124. Yusef says:

    First Half at Flannery’s in St. Louis on Washington Ave. Will follow score online in office during second half. TiVo running at home.

  125. teach says:

    a Dave & Buster’s cause I have the kids. So Cal really needs an official US MNT location

  126. dub says:

    so ideas on actual game start time? i’m assuming not 11:25.

    gotta leave work early to hit it up!!!

  127. dcpohl says:

    Chatham Tap
    downtown Indianapolis
    best place to watch a match in Indiana hands down!

  128. BlueWhiteLion says:

    any chance navigation on this fantastico blog will be improved soon? :)

  129. Chris Camera says:

    Brewhouse Pub, Atlanta.
    Good luck boys!!

  130. Blim says:

    Pacific Standard in Brooklyn near Atlantic Avenue. They’re opening early to show the game and will be having a special happy hour as well.

  131. Casey says:

    I’ll be watching on the computer while diligently “working”. GO USA!!

  132. Texas 1836 says:

    Hooters! Hooters! Hooters!

  133. Rastafari says:

    College Inn Pub
    U-District, Seattle

  134. jahs says:

    Thanks kb. Uh is it a problem that I’m not yet 21…

  135. Bohris says:

    Keller for Thornton. I am going to be at the game and that is who I want to see. By the way, I am an RSL fan, not a Seattle fan.

  136. Eugene Turk says:

    Step 1: Convince my boss that this is the perfect week to take a vacation. Check!

    Step 2: Convince my wife that I am actually working late today since i am taking the next two days off work. Check!

    Step 3: Break into my buddies apartment, wake him up, drink, smoke some sticky icky and cheer on a USA win. Well two out of three ain’t bad.

    Go USA!!!!!!!!!

  137. Steven says:

    I’m in Spain at the moment, so I’ll be the only one in the bar rooting for the USA.

  138. Joe in Florida says:

    Maybe I can convince my boss to do some marketing and let me sneak to the Pembroke Pines PUB. But I am DVRing it.

  139. Bryan says:

    if i can find a live stream, i will be watching from here (work). if not, i have my DVR as my back up.

  140. Biebs says:

    1) Leave Apartment
    2) Walk One Block East
    3) Walk 1/2 block South
    Enter Nevada Smith’s

  141. FCB says:

    Directly from inside Bob Bradley’s head at the Bloemfontein…
    Physically, from the sweltering heat of Bradenton, FL.

  142. Bryan says:

    i have my piece of paper to tape across the right hand side of my monitor so my google bar doesn’t spoil it for me (it scrolls through top stories, which the end of this game will be). i will also be locking myself out of my igoogle page.

    in other words, i’ll be working :) haha

  143. ThaDeuce says:

    “I don’t have tv, so I’ve gotta go to the gym and watch it on the treadmill or stationary bike’s tv screen. It’s a fairly solitary experience, but at least I get some exercise while I’m watching.”
    Josh, you could totally go to a BAR, but a gym is way healthier!

  144. ThaDeuce says:

    that is funny allnats, i would have that suspicion too. : )

  145. ThaDeuce says:

    Step 1: Convince my boss that this is the perfect week to take a vacation. Check!
    Step 2: Convince my wife that I am actually working late today since i am taking the next two days off work. Check!
    Step 3: Break into my buddies apartment, wake him up, drink, smoke some sticky icky and cheer on a USA win. Well two out of three ain’t bad.

    Go USA!!!!!!!!!

    Posted by: Eugene Turk | June 24, 2009 at 11:46 AM


  146. ThaDeuce says:

    “Directly from inside Bob Bradley’s head at the Bloemfontein…
    Physically, from the sweltering heat of Bradenton, FL.

    Posted by: FCB | June 24, 2009 at 12:10 PM”

    FCB, WHO THE HELL ARE YOU? Are you going to be one of those assistant staffers who are on the mike with Bob Bradley during the game I read about?
    link to centercircle.ussoccer.com

  147. Andrew says:

    Lucky Bar in DC!

  148. Leonardo says:

    Salinas, CA on my Pops’ 42″ Sharp Aquos LCD TV… HD baby!!! and Onkyo surround sound… oh this will be awesome! my neighborhood doesnt care if i yell or wuteva, we were the first ones on this block 20 years ago

  149. FCB says:


    “FCB, WHO THE HELL ARE YOU? Are you going to be one of those assistant staffers who are on the mike with Bob Bradley during the game I read about? ”

    HA HA HA HA, I wish man, I wish! That would be a lot more awesome and a lot less messy! My only goal is to erase ALL thoughts of Beasley. Almost impossible.

    Go US!

  150. Ace says:

    At home on the 57 incher in Harrisburg PA! others welcome!

  151. Joe says:

    Suburb of Boston- Bedford, MA. Just moved here and the cable isn’t setup yet. Luckily, the big screen/theater downstairs has my name on it for the rest of the afternoon.

    Places I’ve seen a U.S.match at:

    Fox and Hound Omaha,NE (Hometown)
    Globe Pub Chicago, IL
    Fado Chicago, IL
    Gingers Alehouse Chicago, IL

  152. Leonardo says:

    Official Beer: Sam Adams Lager

    It’s American. It can be paired w/a lot of diff foods (according to chefs in the recent commercial). and NE fans are pretty good. I’m from Cali, so I’m giving y’all props!

    Sam Adams. The Official US Soccer Beer.

  153. ThaDeuce says:

    my exotic location: the basement, in my office, on 360.

    I am getting pumped for the game just reading all the cool places many of you are going to be! Be sure of this: we will either be cheering or jeering in unison, no matter our locations!

    Posted by: BlueWhiteLion | June 24, 2009 at 11:12 AM
    I couldn’t agree more Blue white lion. I actually read every post on here and compiled a small response to all of the ones i liked. Then i copied and went to the next page. Before I pasted, I copied yours as the final agreement, and lost all my other comments. there goes trying to do it all in 1 post!

    I felt bad for some workers, and Ives didn’t help on that one.
    I was jealous of a few like the ones that are getting drink and going to watch steve nash after the game.
    Some were ballsy, like the guy who is watching at work during lay-offs.
    Anyway I’m super pumped up. and Erica, no there is nothing sad about it!

    As for me, I’ll be in Cleveland Mississippi. I get out of class an hour after the game starts, but sadly I cannot skip today. However, once I’m there, I will be weighing my options on skipping out early, though I probably won’t. There are only 6 people in the class and the professor knows me too well!!!
    I do have DVR, and I think I will flip it on when I get home. The problem is, how not to see the score before I watch!!! argh. argh argh. GO USA!
    I hope EVERYONE enjoys the game, no matter how, where, or what time they get to watch it. I also hope we have a great showing. You can Do IT!

  154. Alison says:

    Wolff’s Biergarten – Albany, NY

  155. ThaDeuce says:

    As for beer, though I won’t be having any today, I’d go with anything American. that is all.

  156. neil chippy says:

    Amsterdam Tavern in St. Louis

  157. bubba says:

    I will be watching the first half hour of the game in our office lunchroom and then waiting until five to get out of work to see the game at my house where it should be recorded… Time Warner don’t fail me know…

    Man this day is going by slow…

  158. CT says:

    Slingbox at work. Technology baby!

  159. greg says:

    ESPN360 from work … GO USA!!!

  160. Brian says:

    Limbe, Haiti via some scrambled satellite tv at a local bar!

  161. KyleFeller says:

    Nevada Smiths of course….NYC

  162. Ne-Dub says:

    The Irish Bank, Financial District, San Francisco.

    Hopefully the boss won’t mind a 2 hour lunch.

  163. US_SCCR says:

    Chadwicks, Friendship Hgts, DC.

  164. Dominghosa says:

    At home with my trusty 52 until about 1 when I have to go with the wife, in which I will be watching it on the road on my computer via slingbox.