friendlyskies wrote:So, the Illuminati or whoever clearly wants me to be outraged because Rolling Stone magazine put a picture of the Boston Bomber on the cover, looking like a nice, reasonably attractive, young man:
That's just fucking stupid. Why would anyone be outraged by this? Because they were told to by the mass media. Why does the mass media want me to be outraged by this? Well, I have some guesses, but I'm not sure. Hence the poll.
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