Maybe We’re Addicted To Bad News
I once heard Paul Scanlon say something like this:
A bad report makes it around the track 10 times before a good report gets around once.
Headlines aren’t made with sweet stories of love and peace and harmony, now are they? Maybe we’re addicted to bad news – so addicted that we can’t recognize what’s good, even when it’s sitting right in front of us.
The other day I stumbled across this headline: Today’s Teens Are Better Than You, And We Can Prove It. The article is online – and it’s interactive. You can select the year you were born, and it will compare your generation to this generation on things like drug use, sex, suicide, and weapons.
The bottom line? Today’s teens are better than you.
It’s shocking, I know.
We’ve been given a script and we bought in… Read More