Has anyone ever noticed how the Internet has made it exponentially harder to let things go?
Any sorrowful tweets posted Thursday in response to the news that Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux had separated were instantaneously overwhelmed by a wave of joyous realization that Aniston and Brad Pittare now free to return to their rightful place by each other's side.
It's understandable. Together they were an honest-to-goodness golden couple (not least because of their enviable tans), the head cheerleader and the quarterback, king and queen of the prom. The last 13 years we've been in bizarro mode, spinning off course, and now the world can finally right itself.