When this is the main Yahoo headline, get ready for just about anything to show up in the news.
I’ll spoil it for you, the mollusk picked Spain while the bird went for the Netherlands. If you want the arcana on how they choose, you’ll have to read the articles. Both of these animals have picked winners correctly in the past, but now one of them will have their reputation destroyed, while the other will appear with Jay Leno in an attempt to help him get the Tonight Show ratings back up.
Sure, yesterday Yahoo sank down to the whole Real ID thing with their usual eye for accuracy. For example, spot at least two errors in this boilerplate at the end of the article.
World of Warcraft, which was launched in 2004, is the most popular multiplayer online role-playing game with more than 11 million monthly subscribers.
Today animals predict the outcome of a soccer game!
Meanwhile, NASA is looking into the balls being used for World Cup play.
Hey, NASA, if you want to look into something about soccer, how about figuring out a way to break a tie without that whole crappy penalty shoot-off. Or just suggest some technologies that FIFA could look into to help them make a few less egregiously bad official calls.
Or, hey, here’s a novel idea… do something related to outer space. The “S” in NASA stands for “Space,” not “soccer.”
Still, if you feel you have to ride along on the World Cup’s coat tails, at least tells us about what kind of reception they get in the International Space Station or throw out some theories to explain the apparent fascination cephalopods and psittacines have for the game.
(There are your vocabulary words for the day.)
What will tomorrow bring?