We've all done it: shared an article on Facebook or commenting on it before we've given it a thorough read. And we've missed plenty of details that way, writes Voices columnist Kim Keller:
Well if news outlets didn't exaggerate the hell out of stories to get people to click them, and the headlines reflected the article this wouldn't be as big of a problem. These days you see a headline that says "Man gets arrested after being hit by car" and then you read the article and find out the guy was drunk and stumbling around in traffic in the dark.
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