Lately, I've been hearing buckets of soundbites that go something like this:
"There's a WAR going on in the Middle East. Don't you have better things to worry about than [insert trivial concern here]."
Fair enough. This resonated the first sixty dozen times I heard it. But, because of the frequency with which it's uttered, the phrase is starting to lose it's oomph. So can we please reserve it for the times when we really need to make a point, and not to put the holier-than-thou smackdown on people who bash an element in a flick, or complain about the weather, or an aching hip joint?