Well, I was wondering why he was smiling. Makes sense now.
HEY! HEY! HEY!Do NOT start with the craziness that the media has a responsibility to vet the FACTS of a situation much less expecting them to do so when the safety and well being of a CHILD/Juvenile is part of the equation.*Geeezzzzzz*
His life wasn't wrecked. Situation was explained. Too bad the media hooked together a couple of disjointed facts and then promoted a conclusion. Example: I am drinking coffee. The sky is blue. Therefore, the media will report that when I drink coffee it makes the sky blue.
Gets pretty scary when an innocent guy can instantly be the subject of a manhunt because some kid he doesn't know has a myspace. I hope nobody ever reports me to the police if they see me having breakfast at IHOP with my daughter. I mean, I'm a middle aged guy, in an IHOP, with a teenage girl...hey, maybe somebody should take a picture of me, call the police, and that way my face can be plastered all over the media as a suspected child seducer.
That's what our "free" press/media is good at doing--hooking up disjointed facts and reaching preposterous conclusions!! Too bad Jounalism 101 isn't being taught anymore!!
Yeah! Journalism should also be taught not just jounalism
As long we keep watching and reading the garbage the media reports, they will keep reporting it.
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