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originally posted by: FamCore
a reply to: lovebeck
It's one thing to be curious and in the moment, but these folks who are reporting it are (supposedly) closer to it than you or I. YET they act like it's a movie script or a video game, hyping it up and showing little to no empathy about the violence that's taking place.
They get off on reporting these tragedies because they know more people are watching and witnessing. They love to hear themselves talk, and they profit off of situations like this. I just heard this anchorwomen have a sinister little chuckle (CNN) and that's one of many times i've witnessed this. They talk about it like it's merchandising, in a matter-of-fact type of way. No emotion about the harm that's come to the victims, it's probably in hopes of "se-sensitizing" the viewers as well. Doesn't work on me, I can't follow something like this for too long since it's just too painful.
originally posted by: ketsuko
a reply to: Stormdancer777
If someone knew the facility well enough to know the hall had such soft security, they likely also knew it was rented out today too.
I am guessing they could care less who rented it. So, in this case, it was likely just the bad luck of the county health dept.
Or it's a conspiracy between a disgruntled employee of the facility and one at county health.