Maybe you’ve heard and/or used the words “out of context” more times than you’re able to remember. The act of taking something “out of context” is usually applicable to some kind of conversational or verbal discourse. However, like conversation, when something is being communicated visually via today’s eye-in-the-sky technology, strong contextual elements are established.
As it relates to former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice’s and the NFL’s Roger Goodell’s actions, for most of us, the context we were given was strong and wrong.
- Written by Howard Robertson and Larry Robinson
- Category: Commentaries