The Outrage Meter for the Week Ending December 5, 2014

Here's what had Philadelphians upset.

Photo | Jack Cotter

Photo | Jack Cotter

The vast majority of this week’s outrage (90%) was dedicated to the grand jury decisions in Ferguson and New York City, with protesters taking to the streets in significant numbers.

Another 7% was caused by those protesters, who interrupted the tree-lighting ceremony at City Hall and snarled traffic.

And what about this cold rain that keeps coming? That’s good for 2% of this week’s outrage.

Which leaves 1% for some guy named Bill Cosby, who must be ecstatic that people seem to be getting tired of reading about all of his alleged activities.