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Also by ezhil+19Visual media shows all the gruesome accidents, shoot outs, murders etc in graphic detail to the viewers. This will certainly affect the psychology of people specially the children and will certainly be a frightening experience for many. This is done to enhance their viewership by some means or the other so that they can survive in the competitive media world? Is it necessary to show such incidents to the people at all? Is it not just enough to inform people about such events? Governments should take the help of psychologists in this regard and should impose some censorship in this kind of reporting. Money alone cannot be the consideration for media houses and they should have some social responsibility.
Also about frightening experience+317Going to the bathroom right after watching a horror movie is the most frightening experience of you life, amirite?
Also by ezhil+64America is no exception to the misuse of party system in a democracy. Trump who was impeached in the house of representatives has been acquitted in the senate. Does that mean that the house of representatives made a mistake? Is it not an irony that truth varies according to the party. This is the tragedy of party system created by the so called democratic concept. As long as party system exists there is no escape from such serious crimes seemingly innocuous. In fact the multi-party system has come as a death blow to truth and honesty. What nonsense is this party system and elections that cannot establish truth? Let us not live in a fool's paradise for ever, amirite?
Also about social responsibility+181It's ridiculous that people are saying Sarah Palin "can't be held responsible" for a "deranged individual" taking her map with the gun icons seriously, while these are the same people that blame the artist any time someone watches/listens to something and then does something stupid- as if they should have more social responsibility than a politician, amirite?
Also by ezhil-7Law should construct truth from fragmented evidences.But what do we see in reality?
Lawyers in courts often are found to indulge in twisting truth out of shape that may culminate in injustice. Interpreting law favoring his or her client at the cost of justice by Lawyer's criminal mentality is not the purpose of legal system.
Also about social responsibility+114When there are seats (or equivalents) reserved for a certain group of people, and some free-for-all seats, like elderly on the subway, it's their social responsibility to fill up the reserved seats when given a choice between the two types, amirite?