Monday, March 28, 2011
Stay classy, America ...
Since the Earthquake/Tsunami/Nuclear Meltdown began, the world governing body of
real football soccer has mandated a minute of silence before every match out of respect for the Japanese. Now, I probably see more soccer matches in a week than most Americans see in their lifetimes and I've seen the "minute of silence" a hundred times since the catastrophe. In every match, in Europe, in Asia, in South America, the referee had to blow his whistle to end the silence. Caught the US - Argentina match the other night from Jersey's Meadowlands. Let's just say I was somewhat embarrassed.
Posted by Fixer at 08:27