What's pitiful is how the Indy regards themselves, with great arrogance. Take for example this "obituary". Bo is most summed up by the article The Indy posted nearly 5 years ago now ... That's it - the most important aspect of Bo's life was that The Indy wrote an article about him. What does that say about the Indy? What supreme arrogance. What self importance!
They had an axe to grind with Lozoff in life, and they have an axe to grind with him in death. More tragic than the demise of a human being on this planet are human beings who predate on defining somebody by a single scandal. The amount of good that Bo Lozoff did in life, and will continue to do posthumously, is staggering. What the Indy could care less about is context. There were other obituaries on him. They didn't dodge the scandal. They were fair. They were also classy journalistically. This is something that The Indy is tone deaf on. If you, David and Lisa, were open to learning something, you'd read the obituaries on Bo by David Corrigan and John Burnett.
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