Rewarding the gaping hole behind the Norwegian massacre with fame, promoting his "manifesto" (please?!) seems counterproductive. If I ran a newspaper, I would try something completely different, like blanking out the space reserved for his face and name (leaving it empty as a message), and refusing to link to his so-called manifesto. It would send a clear message that this kind of action is not encouraged, nor rewarded with instant fame and free publicity. How gutsy would that be? I would marry that kind of newspaper.
Ah, I don't want to waste another syllable on that stain on humanity. Moving on to what makes us feel alive and happy. Well, I don't know about you, but this kind of thing just rocks my world:
Compensating for a non existing summer.