Would you want to be in Brazil during the World Cup?
Though it's hosting the most expensive World Cup, enthusiasm in Brazil is waning as many facilities, like its stadiums, are not finished. Protesters say the spending could've gone to other services, especially to help the poor. And while thousands of spectators are expected to fill seats and watch the matches, plenty want to get away from the throngs of soccer fans.
Are you avoiding the World Cup? Be a part of this discussion by telling us your thoughts below or leaving us a voicemail message at 305-330-9576. You can also email staffer Stefania Ferro at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We'll be talking about the World Cup on WLRN's news talk show The Florida Roundup on June 13 at noon on 91.3 FM.
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