All righty folks, I finished reading The Glorious World Cup the other day and I can say it was a very fun read. It walks the reader through all of the highs and lows of the world cup, some humorous, some utterly tragic. There are heroes and evil-doers on page after page in the form of nations as well as individuals. Black & Sterry (two chums of mine & Red Room authors) have provided a lightweight guide to the cup with both stats for the true fan and guidelines for the novice. No matter who you root for, just root. It's like voting, it just doesn't happen every day so make the most of it. Plus, need I point out, on the most base level, that it is a reasonably entertaining past time watching good-looking, muscular men run around the field chasing their dreams? I don't think there are cheerleaders in soccer, cuz...why? It's too quick and they run the risk of getting black eyes from being whacked in the face with those wickedly-kicked balls. Plus, would you want to see dude cheerleaders at a women's soccer match? It's light-hearted, and serious as all get up, so enjoy, indulge and Go USA!
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