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  1. Jerry Kuang says:

    dam poor japan you should watch the news

  2. Matt J. says:

    Why is the English of this article so bad? It is “foundations of houses”, not “fundament of houses”! Is CBS outsourcing writing articles to China?

  3. donald merucci says:

    I’d like a copy of Dave Ross’s commentary about the state of the atomic power plants in Japan given on 3/14/11 at the 5:00 to 6:00pm hour

  4. Raina says:

    I would also LOVE a copy of Dave Ross’s commentary about the state of the atomic power plants….I just love his quote at the end…”we are just riding this elephant”…..PLEASE post..so I can either read it or hear it again!!! You ran it yesterday 3/14 as well as this morning early..3/15…I have searched and searched and can’t find it!!

  5. John says:

    Dave Ross…Who IS this idiot and why is he allowed near a microphone?

    No wonder commercial media is dying/dead.

  6. David Schwartz says:

    Not sure why the news agencies are not promoting how to help japan like they did for Haiti. To help text JAPAN to 48510

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