Re "Judging by the laughter, they're guilty, Opinion, Oct. 7
When I first started reading, I thought Brad Dickson simply didn't realize that any incident is bound to invite public comments -- humorous and otherwise. That's what America's freedom of thought and speech is all about. Then I read on and found that he wrote the jokes he's complaining about; Dickson's true hypocrisy is bleeding these unfortunate incidents for all his paychecks, then complaining bitterly about his material being unfair to the subjects. He should have refused at the very beginning. Most intelligent people will enjoy the comedy for what it is and still arrive at the proper conclusion, like criticizing a baseball game in progress but still accepting the outcome.