a word on rolling stone

Irrespective of whether or not you agree with Rolling Stone’s decision to feature Boston Bomber, Dzokhar Tsarnaev on the cover of their most recent issue, the publication has already achieved their aim by making people discuss the matter. It has more than served its purpose, which was clearly to create a conversation. Whether taking place with disgust, amazement or intrigue, Rolling Stone have certainly garnered a fair amount of attention with the use of Tsarnaev’s “model” portrait adorning their cover. I’m not going to lie, I am interested in what they have to say. And I also want to know why they took the decision to write such an article. Human nature?

As has been occurring for some time, the consideration for moral value within some sections of the population is decreasing at a rate of knots unmatched.

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