The Internet was abuzz today with talk about a radical notion put forward by machinist George Taylor about the man who ate a face.
“Maybe he was, well, insane,” offered Mr. Taylor, who works for a living making things and doesn’t even have a blog.
“That’s just crazy talk,” said Noura Ibrahim, science blogger and cadaver enthusiast.
George responded, “Well, I don’t know, but it seems to me that sometimes people are just wired wrong — completely nuts, and it isn’t bath salts or Twinkies or anything specific that makes them do something crazy, but just the fact that they’re… crazy.”
This led to heated calls from media leaders for Mr. Taylor to stop this unsupported speculation and leave it to those who do unsupported speculation for a living.
“The notion of people doing things because they’re crazy, or, for that matter, because it’s who they are or what they want to do, is absolutely abhorrent,” said celebrity media spokesperson Grandy Nance. “If we don’t have “triggers” — things to demonize for every bad event that happens — then what do we talk about? It could mean the end of news reporting as we know it!”