Here’s how the internet works… Some event occurs and 100 people post about the exact same thing, along with their two-cent-worth commentary about it.
Have you ever watched a football game IRL (in real life), with actual human beings that were in the same room you were in?
If not, skip to the next section. < *DING*>
If you have.. When a touchdown is scored, people simultaneously cheer or boo = react.
On the internet, when something occurs, people react to it after a) the event occurs, b) they find out about it, and c) they get a chance to upload their thought(s) to social media.
This means that you will have someone cheering for a touchdown that occurred on Sunday, but it will already be Tuesday.
Meanwhile, people cheered ALL OF SUNDAY and ALL OF MONDAY already. 😀
It’s only on rare occasions that any of these people are EXPERTS in what they’re talking about.
Most of the time, they’re just human beings with feelings and a smartphone.
What happens next is worse, though…
The comment section. Continue reading “Stop. Letting. *IDIOTS*. Represent. You.”