Unfortunate Star Tribune headline on elderly abuse
Elderly abuse isn't funny. It's a growing problem. We're glad the Star Tribune is paying it some attention.
But you have to wonder how the paper's editors let a headline out the door in this morning's print editions that appeared to make light of the phenomenon through goofy word play: Elder Abuse: A Growing Beat.
Here's today's front page:
Who's beating who?
Because, you know, boomers are stuck between the light and shadow, between science and superstition, between the pit of man's fears and the summit of his knowledge.
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