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(Vox)   The pandemic showed us just how irrelevant social media was in some aspects and how important it was in others   (vox.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Sociology, social media, social media's posturing, realities of pandemic life, Social media, social lifeline, clinical professor of digital social media, people  
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2021-03-02 7:50:06 AM  
Mona is a farking moron and I stopped reading tfa pretty early.

Yes, people are still allowed to make positive posts about things in their life even when half a million people die of an illness, or any other cause. It isn't that such posts as "I'm doing well with my pelaton" are disconnected from life or the world, it is that life isn't all about the bad.

A world war can be going on and kids still play, teens still fark, adults still fall in love, people still have jobs and hobbies, etc.

Goddamn, I thought I was negative, but Mona is ridiculous. Just farking kill yourself if it bothers you that someone has positive things in their life during covid-19.
 
2021-03-02 8:11:19 AM  
Vox still struggling to be relevant in any aspect.
 
2021-03-02 9:21:57 AM  
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