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Some “tips” for all the reporters out there: When you’re interviewing a kid right after he escaped a horrendous school shooting where people he knew probably died, and he is describing what happened to you, maybe don’t ask him, “How terrifying was that?”

And then maybe don’t ask him, “Can you get a handle on your emotions yet?”

And then when he stops answering your gross questions because he is starting to cry, maybe don’t ask him, “Did you know anybody who might be injured?”

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Don’t do any of that unless you are a person who wants to be ashamed of themselves the next day.