Wednesday, March 23, 2005

Americans Give Mixed Reviews to Columbine Sequel

In the aftermath of a mass murder wrought by a disturbed teenager in Red Lake, Minnesota that left ten people dead, including the 16 year-old gunman, most Americans are largely unimpressed with the follow up to the Columbine tragedy that captivated the nation in 1999.

"It was shocking when Kip Kinkle and those kids in Colorado did it, but now it's like, 'okay, been there, done that," said Darleen Wise, a 23 year-old Dairy Queen employee in Austin, Texas. "I'm not saying it's not sad. But lots of things are sad. Like that Schiavo woman they're starving to death in Florida. Starving people is wrong, no matter how messed up they are."

In Little Creek, Missisippi, members of Families United in Christ said the Red Lake shooting did not give them the same leverage for attacks on popular culture as earlier school shootings. "Things have changed a lot in six years," said the Reverend Hyde Penshaw, who arranged a Marylin Manson CD burning rally after the Littleton incident. "We're much more focused on the gays and sex, not the Goth and violence stuff. We're trying to find out if he watched Will & Grace or saw Janet Jackson expose herself. But apparently he didn't even watch football. He just listened to some skinhead bands no one's ever heard of and read weirdo comic books. It's pretty useless."

News organizations have reported that coverage of the shooting has done little to boost ratings. While CNN reported an average 1.3 increase in ratings during its nearly non-stop coverage of the Columbine shootings in the three days following the massacre, viewer interest in Red Lake has been tepid. "We were going to do a whole segment on how to look for warning signs that a teenager might go ballistic and start shooting his classmates," said Scott Rhodes, a producer at the network. "But when we saw last nights numbers, we scrapped it. We even took Red Lake off our main page."

Jason O'Neil, a 19 year-old high school sophomore in Laremy, Wyoming, who is known for shooting frogs in his backyard and is described by his classmates as the most likely at his school to pull a 'Columbine,' said that after seeing the indifference to the recent Minnesota shooting, he would not consider following the same path. "Not that I'm saying I definitely would have done something like that, even though most of the kids at my school are douchebags," said O'Neill. "But now if I were going to do something to teach them a lesson, I'd probably just stick to taking a shit in the sloppy joe meat and not tell anyone."

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