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[Apr. 19th, 2007|01:11 pm]
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This is not him. These videos do not help us understand him. They distort him. He was meek. He was quiet. This is a PR tape of him trying to turn himself into a Quentin Tarantino character...

<3 this psychologist.
It's not an issue of blame. It's an appeal. Please stop now. That's all," he said. "If you can take [talk show host Don] Imus off the air, you can certainly keep [Cho] from having his own morning show.

[User Picture]From: froggy_dear
2007-04-19 08:53 pm (UTC)
Amen. I saw that guy this morning.

I hate the "seize a story and squeeze it till it's dry" mentality. It's terrible that 34 (?) bed blooded young americans got killed, but there was a bomb in a market in Iraq the other day and 175 people were killed. And this happens every few days in Iraq.

grrr rant.
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[User Picture]From: graceadieu
2007-04-20 08:34 pm (UTC)


I don't know what the solution is to fixing what is wrong with the media in America, but someone had better find the solution fast. Everywhere I went today, that is all people can think about and talk about. Worse, there is now evidence (from Cho's family) that he was an Autistic who had never been given treatment, compassion or protection. If that is true, Cho was a victim, also. The whole thing makes me feel ill.
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[User Picture]From: kellio
2007-04-20 10:23 pm (UTC)
I can say that I completely agree, but I think that is only because I have seen the video. Had I not, and if I knew about it, I think morbid curiousity would have set in and I'd be arguing with the rest of the First Amendmenters that we all had a right to judge for ourselves.

God. This is becoming so routine. Same series of events, just different facts. Sad.
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