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May 30, 2009


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Chris VanHaight

This story highlights one of my person pet peeves about the media. One principal in one school overreacts and the media portrays it as a trend of national importance. Is there not enough real news out there that such puff pieces need to be filler? I suppose this is another example of the fact that media outlets are just businesses like any other. Famine in Africa or corruption in Russia are boring, so let's have a story to which everyone can "relate." (Oops, I hope the use of quotes was appropriate!)

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