Ignore Insults on Social Media

Those people who get riled by insults on social media have fragile egos.  And then they engage in some kind of rant as a response.  And if they “win” the angry exchange, what exactly have they won?

It’s an exhibition of pointless anger when anger is a very corrosive emotion for the person experiencing it.  So why play such a self-destructive game?

Best way to deal with insults on social media is not to respond to the bating, but do reflect on the substance of the criticism to see if there is any real merit to it, so that one might improve oneself if there is any merit by altering one’s ways.  Otherwise, let it go — just words on a screen from someone anonymous who doesn’t have a clue about you, doesn’t know you at all, and will never meet you.

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Facebook Porn

Facebook is becoming Porn Central.  Russians and Facebook — that’s getting all the attention, even though there’s quite a bit of doubt just how widespread the Russian Facebook impact was on the presidential election.  But Facebook is slowing sliding into a pretty deep cesspool of rather raunchy pornography, and unlike the tiny drop in the bucket of the Russian influence on Facebook, pornography on Facebook is becoming a tsunami.  Yet there’s no media coverage of that story at all.  Why?  And you’d think by now there would be an uproar by parents, given the salacious exposure to their children, but there hasn’t been a peep.  Again, why is that?

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