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October 14, 2006


Tiffany Jeltema

I found it very interesting what you said about media presenting messages in the shortest form possible. With our busy lifestyles, we don’t have (or make) time to learn the full story behind every issue. We want short, to the point information blurbs that we can easily identify with. And if something doesn’t grab our attention, it doesn’t matter because topics rapidly change and other stories are printed and running across the screen.
It’s almost like we are being conditioned to not think much about the news – what is happening in the world around us that IS supposed to matter. If we don’t put much effort into our thoughts, no wonder we don’t DO anything about it!

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