Sent to you by moya via Google Reader:
via elle, phd by elle on 4/6/10Dear Jami Bernard,
When writing an article about the ableism on display in Burger King's "Crazy King" ads, it is not clever or hilariously pun-ny to state "Mental health advocates are not too crazy about" the advertising campaign. Neither is it somehow better to use "crazy" in the following context:
But perhaps what they should be complaining about is how crazy it is to tout such cholesterol-laden food to a public that is collectively headed for a heart attack.
It is not cool to equate peoples' outrage over the campaign with "political correctness"... twice.
And I know you might not have chosen your headline, but really? "Mental health advocates not so nuts about cheesy Burger King ad?"
Jami, maybe you should've passed this one on to someone else.