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#21 MissyLKS8


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Posted 27 June 2010 - 09:33 PM

I think i would be going through Wayne State

Which is through JYM-- it's the studying abroad program at Wayne. Good luck. I've only heard good things from student who have gone or are currently there. I'm doing both semesters. Only 90 days!

U in the beginning of the post is just a typo. the rest is true. go for Europe for that. But think a bit if you have a girlfriend.

I'm guessing this is from experience...

Only a bit, right?

Ha, right. Only a bit. Don't think it over too much!
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Posted 27 June 2010 - 10:09 PM

Hey, I will probably post this again when it's closer to the start of the season, but I am moving to Germany for a minimum of one year on September 29th. I will miss the whole 2010-2011 season. It's heartbreaking, I know.
My question to everyone is how can I keep up with the team? I never done preseason games and I can catch a few in September, are they worth going to help the ease of the separation anxiety? Also, I was thinking of buying a small NHL package (maybe watch a few live games but mostly day old games), however, I have a MLB premium and I hate it. I'm always on blackout and it's pricey. I barely made it through the blackout in 2004-- hopefully Germany will keep me entertained but with results of the past season, I feel ripped. Any other ideas?


Free online streams for sporting events, news, etc. Great tool. :)

Have fun in Germany, I'd love to go back there!

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