Bleacher Report : Putting Japan’s Tragedy In Perspective

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During a moment in world history when we’re observing a calamity of epic proportions, it takes a special kind of nu-media journalist to step back and consider the truly relevant points. Who else but the Bleacher Report, would have the insight and deep knowledge of world history to measure this morning’s events in Japan versus the 2007 postponement of a crucial 4 game series between the Cleveland Indians and Seattle Mariners? American’s no. 1 purveyors of slideshows and deep thought ought to be very proud of themselves.

3 Responses to “Bleacher Report : Putting Japan’s Tragedy In Perspective”

  1. David Roth says:

    “It is just another reminder of how precious life is to all of us. Here is the video of snow falling through the Metrodome roof. You may also like: 40 greatest sports underboob moments in sports.”

  2. Nick says:

    I thought King Kaufman took over content at Bleacher Report. Seems incredible that he would let this get by.

  3. GC says:

    I don’t believe the King’s powers extend to police the content farm’s thousands of contributors.

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