Earlier this week we reported on an article written by Aaron Goldstein for The American Daily, in which he predicts the Tampa Bay Devil Rays to win the World Series. We couldn’t help but notice the date of the article was April 1, 2006, and we decided to give Mr. Goldstein the benefit of the doubt that he was in fact NOT insane, and was merely pranking us on April Fool’s Day. There did seem to be some circumstantial evidence that it was not a joke, but we chose skepticism. Now, Mr. Goldstein’s article has been republished for the Intellectual Conservative. This time, the article is dated April 5, 2006. Fool me once, shame on…shame on you…Fool me…you can’t get fooled again. Therefore it appears as though we were wrong to think that Mr. Goldstein had conceived of a silly, albeit elaborate prank. It is now official, Mr. Goldstein is the first person in the history of the universe to predict the D-Rays to win the World Series. We are not sure who to contact first…The Guiness Book of World Records, The National Enquirer, or some men in white jackets.
Why the Tampa Bay Devil Rays Will Win the 2006 World Series [Intellectual Conservative]
Why the Tampa Bay Devil Rays Will Win the 2006 World Series [The American Daily]
Aaron Goldstein Has Lost It [Rays Index]