Somebody did something recently that made a bunch of people mad.
I'm not going to tell you who it was, what they did or why the people got mad.
If I do that then I'll be attracting attention to the somebody and the something they did.
That's what one writer of an article about the situation should've done.
I mean some news articles just reported on the somebody and what they did and how many people it made mad.
But at least one article I read not only reported the info but also said how bad it was and how nobody should see what was done.
Then they told you where to go to see it.
I'm going to tell you how much that bothers me, but I'm not going to tell you where I read it, because then you might find out what happened.
I'm not running advertising here, and I think it's pretty dumb myself.
So what is news?
Is it advertising, or is it reporting what happened?
Somethings don't need to be known.
Especially this particular item.
Seems like I'm playing hard to get isn't it?
Please believe me, the suspense I'm building is way more interesting than what actually happened.
It reminds me that when Paris Hilton was asked why she didn't like Nicole Ritchie, Paris simply responded, "She knows what she did."
I wish I didn't know that much.
And you won't either.
Really, I'm sparing you.
Thanks for listening.