Monday, April 22, 2013

Blame Storming: A Decision Tool for our Media

It has been a crazy few weeks.

  • Nutjobs in Boston blowing people up and running from the law.  (Nothing says "my religion is better than your religion" like a nail bomb.)
  • Fertilizer plants in TX blowing up and destroying half a town.  
  • Idiot former Justice of the Peace murdering 3 people over stolen computer monitors.
All of these are unfortunate events.  Our collective prayers go out to the victims and their families. 

I shouldn't be but I have been a bit surprised at the differences in levels of coverage and styles of coverage and commentary from the "mainstream" media related to these situations.  In the continual effort to help, I threw together the following "decision tree" to help assign blame appropriately.


A Man in the Woods

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