BY RICH GALEN
JUNE 15, 2017 | Reprinted from Mullings.com
One of my many self-invented theories is this: Reaction to a news event diminishes, like sound, as a square of the distance between you and the source.
If there is an earthquake on the West Coast, we on the East Coast will feel empathy, but it will not have the same emotional zetz as it does for those of you whose dishes vibrated off the breakfast table.
If there is a major fire in the East, the same level of emotion will be experienced by TV viewers in the West.
My house is less than two miles from the baseball field and YMCA where people were shot Wednesday morning.
That, to my ears, was a very sharp, loud sound. Continue reading