I often watch World News with you, Ms. Sawyer, following my local 6:30 news. Granted, it's usually background noise while I
Because shortly after discussing what was actually happening in our country, you switched over to Malala, the 15-year-old Pakistani girl who's been shot by the Taliban for standing up for her beliefs. Apparently she wrote a book. And I by no means am trying to be disrespectful or insensitive, because it's an amazing story, really. She's an amazing girl and I cried when you first told us about her......over a month ago. I've got one word for you, Diane, redundant. Surely they taught you that word in journalism school.
Pointless is a word they should have taught you too. Because the next stories were just that. Pointless.
First I caught a snippet of outraged parents, complaining because laundry detergent now looks like candy and apparently all the piggy, unsupervised children in America are consuming said laundry detergent pods and nearly dieing.
I know I need to watch the news more and I know I need to be more up to date with important events happening in our world. Checking Twitter every 5 seconds isn't going to cut it in the grown up world. However, Diane, I'm concerned. Because I'm not quite sure catching up with you every night is going to cut it either. Because if laundry detergent disputes and rental spouses is what's going on in the grown up world, I'll probably just choose to opt out of the whole thing.
Is this really what it's like to be an informed adult?