World Cup 2018 – Key substitution leads to Mexico goal in defeat of Germany
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World Cup 2018 – Key substitution leads to Mexico goal in defeat of Germany

November 4, 2019


While I was giving you that trail of games to
come, Germany getting a substitute ready. And that is Karl Marx. Karl Marx is warming up, it looks as though
there’s going to be a substitution on the German side. Obviously manager Martin Luther has decided
on all out attack and indeed he must with only two minutes of the match to go. But the big question is, who is he going to replace? It could be Jaspers, Hegel or Schopenhauer. But it’s Wittgenstein, Wittgenstein is off,
coming on only last week. And here’s Marx. Let’s see if he can put some life into the
German attack? Evidently not. Honestly. Well now, with just over a minute left the
replay on Tuesday looks absolutely vital. There’s Archimedes and I think he’s had an
idea. “Eurika!” Archimedes on to Socrates. Socrates back to Archimedes. Archimedes out to Heraclltus. He beats Hegel, Heraclitus with a little flick. Here he comes on the far post. Socrates is there. Socrates heads it in! Socrates has scored. The Greeks are going mad, the Greeks are going
mad. Socrates scores from a beautiful cross! And the Germans are disputing it. Hegel is arguing that the reality is merely
an a priori adjunct of non-naturalistic ethics, Kant via the categorical imperative is holding
that ontologically it exists only in the imagination, and Marx is claiming it was offside. But Confucious laughs and blows the final whistle. It’s all over!

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