Four hours they left his body in a growing pool of his own blood. Four hours they told his mother nothing about what happened to her child. Four hours they spent blocking off the roads in/out of Ferguson. I know all of you are used to and probably prefer my superhero/raunchy sarcastic comedic posts. Graphic things like this usually don’t end up here. The reason I’ve been posting so much about what’s going on not just in Ferguson but in this country today, is I believe we need to see it. Things like this happen all the time, and it’s mostly hidden from us. We can’t fight a war we don’t know is happening and we can’t fix a problem we are unaware of. It starts with awareness. In order for us to want to change things, we have to see them. Further, we have to get angry. Watch ‘Network’. It’s a movie that came out in 1976. It pretty much predicted the state of modern media. It’s themes, quotes and concepts are near prophetic in nature. “I’m a human being god damn it! my life has value!” Seriously, watch it. If you do or if you don’t, one thing I’ve learned is that more often than not the masses don’t lie to us; they tell us the truth. Why would they do something this radical and damning to their collective cause, you ask? I will tel you, audience. It is simple: they know we either won’t believe them, or won’t care enough to do anything about it.