As the political mechanisms of Western societies rely increasingly on the Internet for communication of information and to encourage voter participation, the way algorithms are configured to present information to the public is of great importance.
There were two killers, neither were Gothic and one was half-Jewish. They were planning on killing so many more people than just They were planning on blowing up their cafeteria to kill hundreds, and kill the survivors who ran outside while safely in their cars, which would also explode and result in their deaths.
Nothing that happened that day went as planned, neither for victims or killers. Just one week after the tragedy, a carpenter named Greg Zanis placed 15, 7-feet-high and 3-feet-widecrosses atop Rebel Hill, very close to Columbine High School Cullen He drove all the way from Chicago to place a cross for all those who died that day, including Eric and Dylan.
Then again, maybe not. Overpeople made the voyage up to the crosses over the next five days Cullen Everyone grieved the victims. Some grieved the killers, some were ready to show their hatred for them.
One woman was shoved to the ground and spit on for showing forgiveness for them Brian Rohrbough, father of Daniel Rohrboughwas enraged by the crosses erected for the murderers of his son. Rohrbough called the police to take down the crosses, and they said they would by the next day.
They took them down, destroyed them, and took their story to the media. The Today Show invited Rohrbough and Zanis to join them together. The result was Zanis promising to never make another cross for any killer and to remove crosses of killers he had made in the past.
Zanis has made erecting crosses in the face of tragedies a family business, Crosses for Losses. He ended up creating 15 more crosses and created a national tour to display them. He pulled a similar stunt in by placing crosses at Northern Illinois University after a student killed five students.
He placed six crosses.
Zanis took advantage of a terrible situation and placed the single most recognized symbol on earth, the Christian Cross, in the middle of a town where many felt that Satan was at work. He knew the media would follow such a controversial move and milked this recognition to make his crosses a family brand.
Years after his first real controversy, Zanis continues to use his crosses to memorialize the dead in high-profile murders. Some think he is trying to give families hope and others think he is using the pain of others for his own gain.
Semiotics attempts to explain how people use symbols and signs to create meaning in their world. There are two main pieces to Semiotics: The signifier is the symbol itself. It can be a word, an object, an image, etc.
The signified is the meaning behind that symbol, what that symbol means to you. The clear way that semiotics relates to this story is behind the Christian Cross. Whether Christian or not, when most people see the cross they think of heaven, God, peace, hope, and Christian beliefs.Consumers with co-occurring disorders are also much more likely to be homeless or jailed.
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"The fox knows many things, but the hedgehog knows one big thing." This ancient Greek aphorism, preserved in a fragment from the poet Archilochus, describes the central thesis of Isaiah Berlin's masterly essay on Leo Tolstoy and the philosophy of history, the subject of the epilogue to War and Peace.