World Cup workers

i-77313b937054c05f86742d7cc24df7c8-aqlp[inevillagewide.jpegShouldn’t these people be watching the World Cup at work? (This is Alpine Village near Torrance).

I’m sure ESPN would salute those of us – almost 20 percent of the viewing audience – that watched the World Cup at work, according to a just released detailed break-down of viewing habits during the tournament.

That’s more than listened in cars (16%) and bars and restaurants (15%).

That’s a figure that would surprise few bloggers. Traffic spikes Monday and continues through Thursday at many sites (like this one) then decreases over the weekend.

Conclusion: People like to get paid to goof off. (Or read this site). Otherwise, they have better things to do.

More on this topic is here.

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South Bay-based Los Angeles News Group soccer columnist and blogger Nick Green writes at the 100 Percent Soccer blog at and craft beer at the Beer Goggles blog at Cheers!