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Every last one of us has bad days, and times when we feel like we’re at the end of our rope.
Very, very, very few of us decide the best way to handle our problems is to pick up a gun and shoot as many people as possible.
How difficult Joy Reid’s life gets in the coming weeks and months depends almost entirely on how other media organizations feel about looking into this story.
They could, if they wanted to, turn it into a drumbeat that makes Reid radioactive at MSNBC — “to keep Reid on the air is a de facto endorsement of 9/11 conspiracy theories, no better than Alex Jones,” etc. She’s part of their crowd, it was a long time ago, and everyone forgets that in 2006, polling found that more than half of Democrats agreed “people in the federal government either assisted in the 9/11 attacks or took no action to stop the attacks because they wanted the United States to go to war in the Middle East.” Does this sound familiar to anyone else?
Meet new people from all over the world using You Cams™. While the news media obviously needs to cover school shootings when they happen, they need to be more careful to ensure that their work does not carelessly cultivate a greater incentive for other troubled young men contemplating the same path. (Am I adding to the problem by discussing what the without inadvertently giving more attention to the shooter?At least I won’t name him.) The “what drove him to do this” question lets the shooter off the hook, at least inadvertently.I’m really glad ESPN covers it live; it’s one of the few times our media culture celebrates young people being smart as much as it celebrates when they’re athletically gifted. bureau of the fetching lunches, collecting faxes and haplessly trying to not spill toner in the photocopier. I think the fifth or sixth round, which was pretty good. Of course, the National Spelling Bee was one of the harder events to cover, because you inevitably had to list the words the kids spelled correctly and what they meant, and there was nothing more embarrassing than having a spelling error in an article about the National Spelling Bee!I don’t know if things still work this way, but back when I was a reporter tadpole, the National Spelling Bee was the one big assignment for the interns at the Washington bureaus of newspapers. My first news article anywhere is in those archives on yellowing paper somewhere, detailing how a young girl from the Dallas area made it into . I still remember the copy-editing desk calling me after hours, asking me if I was absolutely sure about the spelling of a word that they couldn’t find in the dictionary.
We’re looking for a cause, a trigger, some sort of action that causes a reaction.