Re: Poor Casey Anthony
- From: "Smokie Darling (Annie)" <Barnabus1993@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 3 Feb 2009 08:40:33 -0800 (PST)
On Feb 3, 9:16 am, Alison MacIntyre <chattan_silverm...@xxxxxxxxx>
On Feb 3, 8:57 am, "Smokie Darling (Annie)" <Barnabus1...@xxxxxxxxx>
On Feb 2, 9:21 pm, Alison MacIntyre <chattan_silverm...@xxxxxxxxx>
On Feb 2, 10:24 am, "Smokie Darling (Annie)" <Barnabus1...@xxxxxxxxx>
On Feb 2, 1:31 am, johns <johns...@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I'm sorry that no one seems to have taught *you* that there are
consequences for the things you choose to do, I'm sorry you apparently
didn't teach your own children that.
I find that statement to be extremely ambiguous. Makes me think of
people who go after another person's kid when the parent does
something that pisses them off.
Perhaps you should have left it in context. He wants to blame other
people for what someone does, so presumptively he was never taught
about being responsible for his own actions/choices, or maybe he
doesn't like being held responsible for his choices/actions, note all
his comments about being forced to kill, as a *medic*, so he would NOT
have taught his own children about choices and consequences and
Good point. Leave it in context. Now if we can just convince the media
and all of the manipulative lawyers to do the same, eh?
Pfft, like the media will do that? I lost hope for most lawyers ages
ago, but there is still an inkling of hope for the media to straighten
its act out (like *that* will ever happen).
Completely away from the topic at hand, I never realized that at some
point in Reagan's administration (haven't the cite, but could probably
find it), the laws of "news reporting" were relaxed to allow more
"human interest" stories and (oddly) commercial time. I read (or
heard) this sometime within the past week, and it's been gnawing at my
brain ever since.
I have often wondered why ... oh let's say the birth of octuplets ...
became the leading story on every news station in America. Not the
day they were born, that was newsworthy, but still, days later, they
lead with this.
I know there are more important things going on in the world besides a
possibly ill woman giving birth children like puppies, and (admittedly
sad) a dead child, but the sheer volume of times spent on both cases,
in television media, is mind boggling.
Imagine, if you will, taking all this time televised (and internet)
media use on the Octuplets and Casey Anthony, and using it to actually
report news worthy events (worldwide, please). How much better
informed would the American public be?
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