Prior to Tuesday night’s debate in Hempstead, New York, Jimmy Kimmel sent out a member of his team to conduct interviews with random individuals in Hollywood, California. The interviewees were asked questions regarding the debate, but there was just one problem. The second presidential debate hadn’t happened yet. These interviews were conducted hours before the event at Hofstra University. This is comical and sad at the same time.
(Tom Sullivan embraces family members after searching in vain for his son, Alex.)
It’s extremely difficult to process an incident such as the one that occurred in Aurora, Colorado early Friday morning. Quite frankly that is an understatement: it is a monumental task. What words of comfort can be uttered to the victims and their families? What explanations can be given when something this unthinkable occurs? It’s hard to believe that human beings, capable of reason, can carry out such acts of remorselessness. It would seem that only animals are capable of such acts. If only that were true. Continue Reading