Big Bubbles (no troubles)

What sucks, who sucks and you suck

Two Sides

One of the great things about the Internet is that, while you can still read the newspaper online - for free - you can also read lots of other news sources, for free. This variety (and lack of obvious revenue stream) might change the news media industry in all sorts of unexpected and initially disconcerting ways, but it also means that one can often gain more than a one-sided view of any particular story with ease. For example, take the woman whose child was allegedly reprimanded for talking about Jesus. Only it turns out that it wasn’t quite like that, and the best efforts of the conservative press and certain Christian pressure groups can’t hide key facts that put a different spin on the tale.