|The editor running the meeting was completely relaxed. He was sprawled in his chair and was holding a handful of papers. His legs were crossed. "What color is that baby? " he asked. the press is still very color conscious in the way it goes about covering murder. Editors may not be asking, "What color is that victim? " But, on some level, they 're still thinking it.
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