Its incredible to see what passes as journalism these days. a writer with a preset viewpoint and then cherry-picking to justify his original opinion, regardless of how ridiculous it sounds.
No, Grant, I'm not talking about you.
Here is the SFChron's take on the Barry Bonds celebration today:
Thousands turn out to honor Bonds in S.F.
Barry Bonds had his day in the sun Friday as his family, teammates and thousands of fans turned out at San Francisco's Justin Herman Plaza to honor baseball's all-time home run leader.
And the national narrative, stubbornly insisting on seeing things one way and one way only?
Many keep away from Bonds's big celebration
San Francisco feted Major League Baseball's new home run king Barry Bonds with an outdoor ceremony on Friday, but attendance was surprisingly low on a beautiful day in the center of the business district.
Nevermind the one quote he got in his story was from a Florida tourist. Do we need to look up the regular attendance at Marlins games again?