I’m not a fan of articles that claim something is dead. Quite frankly, that’s never the case. Headlines that channel the grim reaper are usually lame, overly dramatic gimmicks designed to get more clicks.
Readers who fall for these headlines learn that something isn’t actually dead. Instead, the author is just predicting the death of something, wishing death upon something that he or she doesn’t like or agree with, or saying that something “as we know it” is dead.
These claims of death always end up being false or at least misleading, thanks to authors who try to position themselves as visionaries by making shortsighted assumptions and predictions based more on opinion and hope than reality.
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I’m a content writer, marketing consultant, lifelong New Jersey resident, husband to a beautiful wife and father to two beautiful girls. I love playing with my daughters, a day at the boardwalk, sarcasm, craft beer and grilling. I despise beating around the bush, synchronized swimming, Toddlers & Tiaras and onions. Most people don’t know I used to be a radio DJ and once wrote, produced and voiced a commercial for the TV show 24. Two places I want to visit before I die are Ireland and Norway, the homes of my ancestors. One place I never want to revisit is my first apartment because my creepy landlord, Monty, freaked me out. That just about covers it.