Monthly Archives: April 2018

Transit Map World Cup: Elite Eight, the Rest

This thing will be updated with each match as they happen. Elite Eight Red Line: New York v. Boston See okay here’s what I mean when I say that nothing coming out of the left end of the bracket is … Continue reading

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Transit Map World Cup Sweet Sixteen / Elite Eight Green Line

Hurrah, I have a new laptop. I can blog again. Let’s do a quick postmortem on the Sweet 16, shall we? New York v. Chicago: Not much of a preference here. I am okay with how this one turned out. … Continue reading

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Transit Map World Cup Match 4

Right. Let’s sort this quickly. Red Line Match 4: Montreal v. Boston Let’s be honest here, the Montreal map is not as good as it was. The odd 37-degree tilt is gone…and yes, that particular tilt was essential, as it … Continue reading

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Transit Map World Cup Match 3

It is at this point traditional for your author’s laptop to crash right before the thing’s supposed to be written. Grumble grumble. These will be brief. Red Line Match 3: Chicago v. Los Angeles How the crap is this match … Continue reading

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Transit Map World Cup Match 2

Welp, three days in and the laptop conked out briefly and some of our picks lost. I’ll formally update my bracket once the Round of 32 is complete. Red Line Match 2: Beijing v. Toronto I am genuinely surprised that … Continue reading

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Transit Map World Cup Match 1

Preamble Because this is a serious blog, this will be a serious post. I’m participating in the Transit Map World Cup! Here’s my bracket: I will blog about my thoughts on each map as we go, and hopefully feature some … Continue reading

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