Dear Entertainment Writers/Journalists/Bloggers,
I understand your job is "scoop dependent" and you need eyes on your page to stay afloat. I appreciate and empathize with your struggle. It must be very difficult to survive in this competitive, buzz-whore environment. I'm sure you are all good people with lovely families and nice lawn furniture.
But please let me share a basic journalistic fact with you -- Twitter is not a forum for building news stories. You see, they are called "tweets" because they are quick, spontaneous reactions. Like a bird in flight. Like a child in the dark. Like an angry alcoholic without enough coffee. I'm not sure if you realize this, but 140 characters is not a complete thought. Most tweets don't have any complete sentences. Yes, I know it's public domain and on the record, but you see, when the article is filled with only 10% fact, that leaves a lot of room for sensational speculation. Now, I'm not talking about mentioning tweets in bigger stories to support your idea, that's good and often entertaining journalism. I'm talking about spinning a headline and creating a slanted point of view based on a single tweet. C'mon boys and girls, that's just lazy.
You know, and I mean this from the bottom of my heart, I really don't enjoy calling you cunts. It truly hurts my delicate nature, but unfortunately you keep earning the handle. So, I implore you, please stop being lazy whores.
Have a nice day and know that I love you. Cunts.
Yours in Christ,
Kurt Albert Sutter