People are photographing others in public, who have sores on their skin, and then posting these pictures or videos online, accusing them of having monkeypox and being in public. They don’t have monkeypox – they have other non-infectious conditions. Can social media users stoop any lower?
It’s time for the annual “Happiest Country in the World” selection, which as always, is a Scandanavian country, since they use metrics that intentionally result in Scandanavian countries ranking high. The metrics, oddly enough, have nothing to do with anyone’s happiness! And every year, the media morons publish this ranking as if it is a meanginful news report. It’s not, the rankings are bogus. Read why.
I have a post appearing in my news feed right now, asking: “You have 30 minutes to spend $10,000 in one store. Where are you going?” Or, “What was your first car?” On the surface, these are boring questions, yet FB indicates it has had 1.8 million comments added. Why are these posts occurring and who is behind them? Someone appears to be pouring enormous energy and effort into a data collection project aimed at building personality profiles from social…
The ACLU rewrote the words of the co-founder of their very own [Person’s] Rights Project and U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg in an unusual way that erases women from historical quotes.
A poster shared on social media falsely asserts that hundreds of electric vehicles are rotting away in Paris, leaking toxic materials into the ground. The story is provably false.
This chart is making the rounds on social media. It leaves out so many things as to be declared False by me.
Since 90% of people who get Covid-19 wore a face mask where required, does this mean face masks cause you to get Covid-19? That makes as much logical sense as the idiotic media meme that “someone who opposed face masks now has Covid-19”.
Blast from the past: the social media propaganda poster that led to the birth of this blog and web site.
An actual assault by right wing political supporters on the campaign manager of a Democratic Party rival was misreported as an assault on a senior citizen, probably to increase the emotional appeal of the message.
To the perpetually outraged, using a period at the end of a statement is now considered a form of aggression “.”