It’s been a few days since I last covered the Google Trends World Cup conspiracy, but that doesn’t mean that the conspiracy itself is slowing down at all. Check out the results for the last 5 days and tell me you still don’t believe.
I last left you on June 16th after one of the 3 matches had already been played– Argentina destroying Serbia-Montenegro and tossing a proverbial battle axe into the Brazil camp. Somebody’s ready to play some fooooooooootbaaaaaaaaaaalllllllll.
Um. Yeah. Sorry.
- June 16th Matches:
- Argentina (6) – Serbia-Montenegro (0)
- Netherlands (2) vs. Cote d”Ivoire (1)
- Mexico (0) vs. Angola (0)
- June 17th Matches:
- Portugal (2) – Iran (0)
- Italy (1) – United States (1)
- Ghana (2) – Czech Republic (0)
- June 19th Matches:
- Switzerland (2) – Togo (0)
- Ukraine (4) – Saudi Arabia (0)
- Spain (3) – Tunisia (1)
- June 20th Matches:
- Germany (3) – Ecuador (0)
- Paraguay (2) – Trinidad-Tobago (0)
- Sweden (2) – England (2)
Whew. That was a lot of matches. I was about to come up with a running total showing how right I was with this conspiracy thing, but I decided to wait until the knockdown round was about to begin before I went through all that trouble. So watch out on Friday night for the overall conspiracy status.
- Today’s Matches:
- Iran vs. Angola
- Portugal vs. Mexico
- Netherlands vs. Argentina
- Cote d’Ivoire vs. Serbia-Montenegro
Updates will come later with the results of today’s game.
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