It doesn't normally get to you if you're in the media long enough - as Michelle Quinn of the Post-Tribune agreed with me on the show this morning - but then again sometimes it does. Gary cop killed sitting in his car responding to a call... that'll get to you.
A flight attendant bound and rammed against concrete in her own home... that'll get to you.
An elderly woman lying in her bed at a hospital and she's stabbed to death in the middle of the night. That kinda gets to you.
So it goes, so says Kurt Vonnegut. I'm watching the big trucks and the many cars pass by in the huge "Window to the Region" at our new studios on Indianapolis Boulevard. Life really does just go on. Radio proves that. Always open, never closes, just like White Castles.
Do it again tomorrow.