I remember when I was a substitute teacher in third grade, one girl held out a card to me and said "FBI!" Watching James Comey be interviewed by George Stephanopoulos made me think of that girl. She's too young to hear about J. Edgar Hoover, Stormy Daniels, or the Trump pee tape. What would it be like for her to conduct her first investigation? I wonder what it would have been like for her to interview James Comey. What would she think of Trump's tweets about him? Would her thoughts be different from the responses to my article?
We have our beliefs and it can be uncomfortable when they are challenged. My mom would have been crushed to hear about the crimes that Bill Cosby has been accused and now convicted of. It can be sobering to see people's reaction to information that may challenge what they believe these beliefs. Sometimes the responses are sobering when childlike. Other times they can be an indication that you are on to something. The positive feedback can be reassuring. One must evaluate all the responses to get a clear picture.
Thinking about the Cosby verdict I'm reminded of this interview that Groucho Marx gave to Bill Cosby in the 70's when I was a kid. Looking at it now I wonder if Marx knew something we didn't.