How To Handle Public Humiliation

June 10, 2011 § Leave a comment

Krystall Ball (yes, really – cruel parents) writes this smart piece in The Atlantic as Congressman Anthony Weiner goes through public humiliation following an awkward twitpic upload. Krystall know’s all about it – having gone through it herself while running for office in 2010 when photos of her having a good time in a Halloween costume surfaced online.

As the internet’s see-all-know-all culture pervades into political life these stories will become non-stories and we’ll all be able to get on with our lives. But until that time, I’m keeping my Facebook photos private and giggling at these.

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