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Watching the video of the “greeting” given the US team’s arrival in Costa Rica, I come to wonder if those same idiots who came to boo and shout insults, showing their anti American sentiments, eat at McDonalds, KFC, Wendys and Taco Bell, have an iPhone or iPad, wear Nike clothing, use the internet and so on…most things American in their daily lives.

I can understand their frustrations over what happened last March and enjoy the passion over their soccer.

BUT, is this any way to act?

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I think not.

Shame on every one of you present at the airport or everyone who wishes they could have been there.

Just my point of view, not being a Costa Rican nor an American!

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