As in stuff what's in the news, not y'know, something personal, like finding our a relative's passed away, or that you're seriously ill, etc. No wrong or right answer, just intrgued.
I can't imagine a piece of news would ever make me physically cry, or even get me upset. I don't think it makes me at all hard or A LAD, but at the same time it doesn't make me unable to show emotion, which i'm not against at all. Just, idk, i can never, ever feel sad about situations i'm not involved in, or that don't involve people i don't know. I just feel completely detatched from them.
For instance, when i wathced 9/11, i didn't feel particularly moved. Had a real sense that the world had just changed, but i didn't feel upset. Even when i see stuff on the news or in the papers, the most grusome, severe stuff, it doesn't really resonate on a personal level. Obviously it's wrong, but it doesn't make me feel anger at anyone, or the world, it's just information that's processed.
Even if it's just, say, someone in the public eye you have a lot of time for passing away, it's normally just "Well, that's a bit of a shame", then it's gone.
Wish i could feel a bit stronger about stuff sometimes, but it just doesn't happen. Can't work out if i'm just being a bit ignorant or maybe others are overemotional, idk.