Well, Italy outplayed Germany, and they didn't even cheat this time, unless you count the way they had Torsten Frings removed. I suppose they did rather sort of somewhat deserve this win, but I'm still not happy.
Sheesh. There's just no pleasing some people, eh?
I got new (well, old - well, stuff I been meaning to buy and I finally got around to it) music, so today's song du jour of the day today (ha! I crack me up!) is All Right, Chill Out, by BrainStorm. Not the angry German metalheads, but the happycute Latvian pop group who say "Yeah" a lot.
Oh! How weird is this? Walking from the subway station to the office this morning, I saw a gaggle of little kids, maybe 5 or 6 years old, herded by four women (so some kind of kindergarten field trip, obv.) walking down the street, and they were all singing Jingle Bells! I know they were German kids, because they were pronouncing it "Chingle Belce," but dude. Why where they singing an American Christmas song in July?