email@example.com, 10/ 3/2011 - 10:23pm "So, and please tell me if I am incorrect, you want there to be a puppy dogs and candy version of the news? If that was the case, turn on Nick Jr. and go with it. Asking a particular career industry to "keep it positive" is asking that same publication to go bankrupt. But even more important than to socio=economic ramifications, think of this, what if the news outlets took to this sort of thinking when the Vietnam War was going on? An entire culture would never have gained the momentum that they have and many of us would not be alive. What about the news covering the beating of Rodney King, or the trial of OJ Simpson? Think of these things when you say that the news is too violent. If you don't want to deal with it, don't read it. I for one want to know how many soldiers were killed in the war so I have name to Thank. I want to know in what area a shooting or crime has been committed so I don't have the same happen to me. I want to know what scams are on the internet so I don't lose my savings. The news is not intended to scare, knowledge is power. Taking away the bad is taking away the awareness which could get you or someone you love hurt or even killed."
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