We Live in the “What Happened?” Era — And It’s Not a Good Thing

Years ago, wen someone said “what happened?” it was a query about an event or some rumor, or asking about the ending of a tale . . . “What happened at the concert?”; “What happened to Joe and Sally?” “And then . . . what happened?”.

But today, it’s about some failure. “The bridge collapsed — what happened?” “The program failed — what happened?” The disease…

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