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Mexico defeats France. It's Cinco de Mayo all over again!

On May 5, 1862, the Mexican Army  defeated the French forces of Napoleon III in the Battle of Puebla. Today it is used as an excuse to get drunk celebrated as Cinco de Mayo.
Now, on July 17, 2010. Mexico punks the French again. This time at the World Cup. Mexico's soccer team defeated their French counterparts, all but ending France's dreams of reaching the World Cup championship game. Mexicans will be celebrating this as a huge victory today.

So it pretty much means that Americans should do so as well. With a little push, Diecisiete de Junio could be as huge as Cinco de Mayo. Party on!

(via Yahoo! Sports)


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On May 5, 1862, the Mexican Army  defeated the French forces of Napoleon III in the Battle of Puebla. Today it is used as an excuse to get drunk celebrated as Cinco de Mayo.
Now, on July 17, 2010. Mexico punks the French again. This time at the World Cup. Mexico's soccer team defeated their French counterparts, all but ending France's dreams of reaching the World Cup championship game. Mexicans will be celebrating this as a huge victory today.

So it pretty much means that Americans should do so as well. With a little push, Diecisiete de Junio could be as huge as Cinco de Mayo. Party on!

(via Yahoo! Sports)



Posted originally: 2010-06-17 16:40:00
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