There was an article in my local newspaper about a man who shot himself while driving.
The article stated that the man was apparently attempting to dismantle his handgun, which he didn’t know was loaded, while driving. In good journalistic fashion, the article gave his name and, age, summarized the events and stated where and when this happened. It then went on to point out the dangers in handle a weapon at any time, let alone when driving.
The article finished with the statement, “Investigators said this was a case of poor judgment.” As my dear friend Carol would say, “Gee, ya think so?” Obviously, this final statement was not necessary and added nothing other than the hook for many jokes and commentary about this individual.
I need not point out how this relates to our work, right? :)