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Ask Marilyn: Why Does Bad News Travel Faster?

Carlos Roundy of Rupert, Idaho, writes:

Marilyn: Why does bad news travel faster than good news?

Marilyn responds:


I don't think it does. It's just that as there's so much more bad news, it seems that way. For example, if the clouds over Rupert, Idaho, suddenly rained coins instead of raindrops, the world would be aware of the event immediately, probably even faster than we would hear about a tornado touching down.


 
 
 
 
 

 

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