I’m not too fond of this article and I’ll tell you why.
Jennifer Burton

I somewhat agree with some things you said, but I believe the original author’s article was addressing a particular incident and how “things aren’t always what they appear”. I think your points are somewhat valid (in my opinion), but they belong in a separate article. We’re talking about two different angles of this and with that said, I would say that the title of her article was a bit misleading. I, like you apparently, thought she would examine more of the psychology behind those pictures that it seeems like kids feel they have to take.

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