With the undaunted and continuous reporting on every aspect of our world today, both political and personal -- as a result of the "twenty-four-hour-news-cycle," certain phrases appear again and again in our Media ad nauseum. It isn't just the talking heads who commit the sin of "pundit drivel." It's the supposed experts of all fields whom the pundits interview.
". . . it is what it is . . ."
". . .sorry for your loss . . ."
". . .what was going through your mind . . .? (when the gunman shoved the gun in your face).