Thursday, 15 March 2007

Stats? Who needs stats?

When it comes to making predictions in the World Cup, why rely on such nebulous factors as form, talent and mental toughness? Why not just go straight for the jugular and get your predictions from a professional predictor. And here is a professional predictor with all the astrological mumbo-jumbo you could possibly want. Ganeshaspeaks includes a forecast for the entire tournament (New Zealand to make the semi-finals, but not the final - Dan Vettori and Craig McMillan to be contenders for man of the series), bewilderingly comprehensive pages for each player and an equally full page for each match on match day (here is the page for today's games)

Take a look at Dan Vettori's page - it includes his astrological profile, horoscope, solar chart, biorhythm report, element chart, tarot reading and a head to head chart so you can compare his current "natal strength" to the "natal strength" of any other World Cup player. What more could you possibly need?

3 comments:

Sumant said...

thats bejan daruwalla for you the guy who runs the site ..its world cup time and its but natural to see these so called astrological predictions to come out so that the astrolgers (from where else but india)can have their 15mins of fame if by some chance it does come true btw most of the guys predictions always falls flat..is full of shit

Marshmallow said...

ROFLCOPTER OMGWTFBBQ is all I can say to that astrological hoo-haa.

Was a great laugh though!

Anonymous said...

You have an article on Ganeshaspeaks on Thursday, and what do I see in the Friday Herald? An article on Ganeshaspeaks (http://www.nzherald.co.nz/section/4/story.cfm?c_id=4&objectid=10429021). You might want to tone down the criticism of Boocky - he might actually be reading...