On Twitter and Facebook this means we prioritize by sharing stuff that will garner approval of our peers over stuff that’s actually, you know, true. We share stuff that ignores wider realities, selectively shares information, or is just an outright falsehood.
The “Other Side” Is Not Dumb.
Sean Blanda

I agree with this. I am a guilty when it comes to this as well. I know most people would be offended by something I would have to say so I either don’t say it or I beat around the bush to make it less insulting or to dumb it down so that people wouldn’t get deem me as stupid and come at me with hateful comments.

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