Bad headline FoxNews.com. If someone quickly read the following headline, what would your first reaction be?
Yeah, my thoughts exactly. I’m assuming that this Jacksonville goof ball was involved in a workplace shooting. That’s not the case at all. Here’s the full story, and an excerpt.
When Marie Lupe Cooley, 41, of Jacksonville, Fla., saw a help-wanted ad in the newspaper for a position that looked suspiciously like her current job — and with her boss’s phone number listed — she assumed she was about to be fired.
So, police say, she went to the architectural office where she works late Sunday night and erased 7 years’ worth of drawings and blueprints, estimated to be worth $2.5 million.
Now, this really sucks for the business owner. But hey, has he ever heard of off-site backups? If you had data worth $2.5 million and you did not have it backed up off-site on a very regular basis (nightly) you are a fool.
FoxNews, along with the other MSM, create these types of headlines for one reason and one reason only. Hype up the news!