Monday, October 03, 2005
Here's a sobering account of how the press can use pictures to tell a story... but not the whole story. As Robert Heinlein used to point out, telling the truth -- but not all of it -- is an extremely effective way of lying, if you do it deliberately. And as is clear in context, the photographer here could hardly have left out relevant details by mistake. (Hat tip: Instapundit.)
And for the irony-lovers in the crowd, this is just delicious...
UPDATE: And one more link: good.