Sometimes, I’m amazed at how we come up with new ways to kill each other. Death and destruction seems to rain everywhere.
First, we have a passenger jet that was shot down by a missile. Can somebody explain this to me? It doesn’t seem like a passenger jet would be mistaken for a fighter jet. By the way, does the Ukraine actually have any fighter jets? None of it makes any sense.
Can somebody explain the violence that is going on in the Middle East, again? It sure seems to me like a little boy poking a stick at a bear, time and time again. Suddenly, the bear turns around and strikes the little boy. The little boy runs screaming, “The fierce, ugly, vicious bear is trying to kill me!” I’m not saying that the response of Israel isn’t out of proportion to the rockets fired by Hamas, but damn!
Jill Abramson, the former editor of the New York Times, the first female editor, gives her first interview since being fired. Did she grant the interview to Newsweek, the Washington Post, USA Today or even the Wall Street Journal? Nope. She granted her first interview to Cosmo. I just don’t understand. If you want to be taken seriously, how do you grant an interview to a hard-hitting, award-winning magazine known for its journalistic excellence – Cosmopolitan?
I don’t understand how in some people’s minds rape is a joke. It is something to laugh about on social media. Rape is a serious crime, like assault or murder. It needs to be treated as such by everyone.
In an incident that shares several elements with the infamous Steubenville rape case that made national headlines last year, a 16-year-old girl from Texas says that photos of her unconscious body went viral online after she was drugged and raped at a party with her fellow high schoolers. But the victim isn’t backing down. She’s speaking out about what happened to her, telling her story to local press and asking to be identified as Jada.