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My stream will be going live here at ~3:50pm ET.

In Canada, the game is being shown on Sportsnet. If you can watch via a legal method, please do. Viewership is important for women’s sports.

If there are problems with the stream, send me an ask. (If the game’s already started, I may be too distracted to respond right away, but I’ll do my best.)

My stream will be going live here at ~9:50pm ET.

In Canada, the game is being shown on Sportsnet 1. If you can watch via a legal method, please do. Viewership is important for women’s sports.

If there are problems with the stream, send me an ask. (If the game’s already started, I may be too distracted to respond right away, but I’ll do my best.)

A delicate yukata in sea green , with a pattern of nadeshiko (pinks) and clover leaves. Clover leaf (not a 4-leaf clover, but the small three leaved grass seen here) is a traditional Japanese summer motif. It is considered a flower, although the design generally consists mostly of greenery.

I have noticed that sea-green and turquoise is a pretty rare color for yukata. In the last several years purple, black, red and pink have been dominant. However, it seems that green is making a fight for survival.

The use of a red wig is clever here, playing against the green and blues in the yukata. This should be some encouragement for those of you who don’t have black hair.

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CanWNT vs. Japan - 10/25/14.

There was an interview with Tanc during halftime, which wasn’t shown during my stream. Find it here.

The video not available in HD right now, presumably because Youtube hasn’t fully processed it yet, but that will hopefully change in the next few hours.