Takin’ a T/O with BT: Why James Wisniewski’s Hit Didn’t Change a Thing

March 18th, 2010 by Bryan Thiel Leave a reply »

The internet is a wonderful thing, isn’t it?

While we’ve got Caller ID on our phones so that you can avoid talking to telemarketers or your mother-in-law, paper shredders for unwanted mail, bills, repossession notices and pink slips, and ear-plugs for when the neighbor’s kid tries to make like Hendrix, you can’t un-see or un-read something.

Message boards and comment threads are filled with opinion, most of it brash, abrasive, and more right than any one comment or idea before it or the six after it.

Isn’t free speech lovely?

Granted the censoring or limitation of comments in any mass sense is about as likely as Kirstie Alley convincing producers to sit more than two feet from the swear button (“beep”) whenever she takes to the screen again, so you really have to take the good with the bad.

But that’s what it always is. Good or Bad. Legal or illegal. Sandals or socks. No fine line, no middle-ground, not even two-thirds ground or a moral pogo-stick that ...

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