When I was in high school, I wrote an article for my school newspaper about. . .well, the short version is that our school was obsessed with football. ESPECIALLY after our team won state. The school went nuts and had assemblies, made all sorts of crappy merchandise, called the driveway into our school "State Champs Drive" and they placed this huge monstrosity of a sign out in front of our school. In doing this, they completely overlooked the other sports teams and clubs that had been making similar achievements EVERY YEAR. This is the first time our football won state EVER. They sucked before this. Anyway, it seems our media, much like my former high school, has chosen sports over more important news. We are a culture obsessed with celebrities, gossip, and juicy scandals. But seriously. . .Michael Vick?
Let's take a poll: Is Michael Vick saying "I was a bad wittle boy" really more important than the resignation of the Attorney General of the United States?