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Thursday, June 12, 2014

The mess starts before the games start


Tuesday, December 24, 2013


The Seer's 2014 Predictions 
Were written while staying
Cayuga Lake 
Upstate New York, 
just down the road from the entrance to 
The Twilight Zone.
  (Completed Dec 19th 2013)

53 Brazil
The kids on the beaches of Brazil during the World cup, will prove to be very bad indeed.the other is the corruption that will come to light, almost stopping the event.


Maureen said...

Are we talking Brazil corruption or FIFA corruption? Maybe both, eh?

Anonymous said...

Could you give us a hint on what National Team will win? European, South American?

Anonymous said...

I think Spain will take it,but I am hoping for Costa Rica

T. W. said...

Yes. The nightly news is showing a lot of controversy over world cup and summer Olympics.

Anonymous said...

I think Spain will get far in the competition but it would be too awesome if they win two World Cups in a row, aside from the 2 European Cups... I guess the winner will be amongst Brasil, Germany, Argentina, Uruguay and Spain of course.

Anonymous said...

After the 5 goals Netherlands has just scored against a pitiful and unrecognizable Spain, you can rule out Spain.

Anonymous said...

Very hard to tell as of yet who will take it. Costa Rica looks surprisingly great, Brazil and Mexico played so well against each other. Holland, wow, wow, wow! France, very aggressive playing--watch out for them. The major names, been disappointing. Not sure about Argentina, they struggled today against Iran. Germany, what's up---struggling at present against Ghana. Have a lot of respect for the teams like Ghana and Iran who are really playing well, but won't win the Cup.

Anonymous said...

Some refs have been favoring the big names, such as Argentina.