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The Julio From New York Show 2.0: Episode 47

Show Notes:

  • Portugal played poorly and the tie-breaker went to Spain

  • Spain gets the easier challenge against Russia while Portugal has to face the dominant Uruguay team

  • Mexico lost 0-3 with bad officiating and losing composure (auto goal) but silver lining was that South Korea upset and eliminated Germany with 2-0 win.

  • Colombia beat Senegal, took top spot and will play England in the next round

  • Poland left with a win against Japan, dropping them to the second spot

  • Brazil beat Serbia for the top spot

  • Switzerland tied with Costa Rica to maintain their second spot

  • Brackets are now set:

    • Uruguay vs. Portugal

    • France vs. Argentina

    • Brazil vs. Mexico

    • Belgium vs. Japan

    • Spain vs. Russia

    • Croatia vs. Denmark

    • Sweden vs. Switzerland

    • Colombia vs. England

  • New favorite manga “Hoshino, Me o Tsubutte”

The Julio From New York Show 2.0: Episode 46

Show Notes:

  • Testing out mic technique on this show

  • Broke my podcast recording record (previous high was 14 in 2015, now we currently have 18 [not including this one!])

  • Ranch, season 5 is out (interesting how they’ll write out Rooster’s character from the show)

  • Aggretsuko is a funny little anime

  • Garry Shandling documentary was heartwarming and introspective

  • Sports Chunk (World Cup Edition)

    • Colombia is back in the running!

    • Japan-Senegal tie gives Colombia a chance for a grand comeback!

    • Uruguay is dominating and put Russia in their place

    • Mexico is maintaining their lead with South Korea win

    • Nigeria is surprising everyone with 2nd place ranking

    • Argentina is running risk of elimination with loss to Croatia

    • Germany is still alive thanks to last minute winning goal

    • England-Panama game was a bloodbath

    • Belgium is playing beautiful

    • Upcoming Belgium-England match will deciding their ranking

    • France is maintaining lead in their group

    • Brazil is tied for first but concerns of their dominance are looming