Bad news travels at the speed of light. Good news takes the bus.
We can champion the ability of electronic media and the 24-hour news cycle to capture an audience and inform, while we simultaneously decry that a majority of the information filling our screens is vacuous.
In a world where eyeballs and clicks mistakenly pass for meaning it’s easy to see how bad news, especially shockingly bad news, can dominate a conversation and overtake even a city the size and scope of Worcester.
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