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Who Will Disprove Betteridge’s Law?

Ian Betteridge has proposed a law, humbly named Betteridge’s Law: “Any headline which ends in a question mark can be answered by the word ‘no’.”

Let’s test that with news headlines ripped hot off the press just now:

BTN Live: How Many Teams Should Make the Playoffs?

No!

CNET: How Much Would Jabba the Hutt’s [...]