Just A Thought
Looking over the Father's Day Commercial Appeal it struck me. It begins with a top of the fold, front page story on fathers. Continues across many sections, including a big splash over the Editorial section, with lots of columns, pictures, etc. It's quite a spread, lots of thought, attention, work.
Compare that to the Easter Sunday Commercial Appeal, which had a single-column, below the fold story of a drug-addict who found special solace in Easter, another picture or two elsewhere, and that was about it. I don't think even David Waters' column was so much about the Resurrection as it was yet another tedious lecture on not measuring up.
Not sure what it means, but I sure noticed it. And I'm an atheist!