Bovada, who provides bloggers with odds on major sporting events and presumably also takes bets from Americans with the right bank accounts, is apparently offering odds on whether or not there will be an earthquake in San Francisco / Santa Clara / San Jose during Super Bowl 50. Obviously, there was an earthquake during the 1989 World Series, but this still seems a bit tasteless. Especially considering the image that is apparently from Pacific Rim. I guess the only good news is that some awful people will throw some money away on this.
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