Philip Seymour Hoffman and Hollywood’s drug addiction: Why did nobody care about the actor’s problem until it killed him?
Headlines are often written by an editor, so I will cut the writer of that column some slack.
But the sentiment behind that headline — Why did nobody care about the actor’s problem until it killed him? — really gets up my nose today.
For some people — perhaps most people — “caring” is a waste of energy, thought, and emotion.
Three episodes where I “cared” in the past two months reinforced this point to me.
Microsoft Board Names Satya Nadella as CEO
It’s going to be interesting to see if he can deal with the consumer side of the business.
Yesterday’s snow was as terrible as the amount was unexpected.
And there’s more coming.
What’s it’s done so far is bad enough: