?Finally, bloopers, like so much of America's contemporary pop culture, appeal to the lowest common denominator. They're quick and easy, a laugh and a giggle, and inherently voyeuristic, a moment of titillation. It's no more journalistically responsible to repeatedly home in on the most ignoble moments of sport than it is to artificially glorify athletes and their athletic endeavors. It requires infinitely more patience and creativity to communicate how the skier who skidded off of that ski jump felt than just to show how silly he looked. But in a world that's falling-down drunk on bloopers, there's no time for that.