I encounter the same kind of problems as you when I attempt to socialize. This is why I invested in an air horn and a taser. Depending upon the situation, I resort to using either one of these two things to kinda help dispel the awkwardness.
I'm guessing he's referring to the playing of the national anthem before the Women's World Cup semi-final between the US and Germany - which was played up in Montreal, Canada. (U.S. won 2-0 to advance to the final. Yay!)
1. De Wallen - Amsterdam, Netherlands. I've never had a better plate of shawarma since I left this place. But it's probably just the cannabis talking. The nearby Heineken brewery calls - I wouldn't mind touring that place again. 2. Corcovado - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. I want to look up at the majestic sight and just say "Jesus Christ." And it would literally be true. 3. Burj Khalifa - Dubai, United Arab Emirates. I guess I just want to seriously put my fear of heights to the test. I just hope Vin Diesel doesn't crash his car onto the floor I might happen to be on. 4. Nana Plaza - Bangkok, Thailand. The cats here could very well kill my curiosity. But my curiosity still remains. (Is nana44 from here?) 5. La Rambla - Barcelona, Spain. Sitting outdoors with some tapas and San Miguel, people watching and enjoying the atmosphere. Sounds good right about now.
Went to see Ted 2 this afternoon. OMG, who the hell brings under-10 year olds in to watch this movie? I swear, these two grandma types brought in their brood of about 5 to 6 kids in to watch this movie. And they sat right next to me of all places. For those who already watched this know how obscenity laden the dialogue was from the get-go. It was cringe-worthy, I tell you. I didn't know who to feel more embarrassed for - the kids for being shell-shocked by the language and subject matter - or the the adults who probably thought this might have been a good kids movie about a seeming adorable bear. (Although, it was hilarious at one point in the film where the distinctly loud and unexpected laugh from a little kid came during a sexually-suggestive sight gag scene. It actually made the scene all the more funny for the rest of the adults in attendance. I guess it's true, maybe these kids are a lot more wise in their years than we were when we were their age.).
I think it's only 23 years considering the circumstances of the crime. In this case, she'll probably be imprisoned in a sauna-like cell under purposefully raised uncomfortable heat. The slow-cooker like process will have her feeling like it was 50 years when she gets out.