Makes one think how “spontaneous” it was from the start. And if it all seems terribly shallow, consider the “theme song” that reportedly emerged shortly after the celebrations began: “Party in the U.S.A” by Miley Cyrus, a.k.a Hannah Montana.
Seeing that TIME magazine was reporting this earlier in the week opposite a story entitled, “Everyone Poops: How Do Astronauts Go to the Bathroom in Space?” we shouldn’t expect anything more circumspect or less immature. But TIME is the mainstream, and like the Today Show, CNN, FOX and all manner of other media bees in the corporate hive, they shaped the narrative around the “American Spring” of exalted college youth post-Osama as though there was no other way a young person would react.Sorry to be the one who says it: But what the hell did their parents do the last 18 years?
Doesn't seem like they bothered to instill much of anything other than, "He who chugs hardest gets drunk quickest."
I really have to wonder how they were raised. Either they were raised to pretend -- possibly even to pretend in front of their parents -- or they were just downright nasty throughout. You do not jump up and down because someone was 'taken out.'
No matter how bad you think the person was. You don't jump up and down and throw a celebration of their death.
"Iraq snapshot" (The Common Ills):