The Reason Why (Maybe Not) the Internet Was Created
Four years ago, a Phillies fan created a blog devoted to a quest.
A quest of attending the zoo with former Phillies ace Roy Halladay.
It was entitled: Zoo With Roy.
He then created a Twitter account to go along with it that quickly amassed over 14,000 followers.
Now Halladay, the pitcher, would never take the time out of his fierce, robotic workout schedule to do something like this.
It's a good thing he's now retired.
Since retiring from the game, Halladay started his own Twitter account taking selfies and pictures of himself flying airplanes in Florida. This past week, he spent time preparing his voyage back to Philadelphia along side his bobble head that will be given away at the game Friday night.
It could be why the internet was created, or not.