JOHANNESBURG, South Africa -- The verdict is in: Vuvuzelas are here to stay. If you don't like it, buy some earplugs or turn off the audio on your TV.
The long plastic horns have been the subject of debate since the start of the World Cup -- actually, even before that -- because some people feel the sound, which is like a herd of elephants or a swarm of bees, is very distracting. But FIFA president Sepp Blatter is telling the world to deal with it.
Writing on Twitter, Blatter said: "To answer all your messages regarding the vuvuzelas. I have always said that Africa has a different rhythm, a different sound. I don't see bannin