Breaking NewsBreaking News3 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
…the police are still searching for the remains of the hot dog stand. I’m going to interrupt the story here to bring you a breaking news story. Dalton Tiller is spiraling into a depression. We bring you now to Deep Hole, Maine, where the story is in progress. I’m speaking with our top correspondent Richard Herman. Richard, what does it look like out there?
Richard: Liza, the scene here is downright grim. Crowds have been waiting outside all day, all hoping to get a look at the hopelessly sad man. I’m being told… I’m being told right now that we’re being allowed into the building. I’m going to try to talk with him… The situation has escalated since last night when Dalton said he was feeling sleepy a whole three hours earlier than usual. Since then, things have tailed out of control. There he is- there he is- Dalton! Dalton, is it true that you’ve been feeling depressed lately?
Dalton: Come on, get out of my face, man. Get this
shy truthDuring the retelling of a story it is more often than not embellished for the sake of the listener's enjoyment.shy truth18 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The story is continuously told to the point that the first tiny exaggeration becomes the feat of a god.
To what end must truth be altered
and what of the truth in fiction
Over time many tales of resiliency have become myth and are questioned as to whether or not they were based on reality
Have we begun to see the emergence of tales that are diminished to an extra ordinary sense so that the truth can be delivered as believable
Either way the truth will continue to suffer