Rather, they talked about the opposite. You see, millennial girl (who I name accordingly) is too good for politics, she thinks it’s a waste of time, that it’s not worth looking into (which I disagree completely), then the two of them go on to talk about freaking Snapchat for 20 minutes! WTF!
G’ Day mates. There are just some things I don’t understand, and the entertainment world is one of them. How can one person think that video games are the best thing ever, but think sports are a waste of time? As it would turn out, both are complete valid uses of time, because entertainment is what you choose and makes you happy (or entertained), and apparently some people think pictures with captions are a form of entertainment and more important than a worlds political future. That brings me back around to another question: How come someone can wave off something important as being not so, but then go on to do something as superficial as talk about Snapchat as if there was even a conversation to be had? I don’t get how people can do crap like that, it will most likely always escape me. One of my pet peeves is people who speak in absolute as if one thing is always for certain, so when someone goes around spewing that politics are waste of time ALWAYS, it starts to get a bit annoying.
One time I overheard one of those crazy truthers, you know the conspiracy theorists, talk to his friend about how all the people in America are enslaved by the system. Like, what? Have you been to a country where there are no freedoms? Dude, if you were living in an actual fascist system, you would probably be put to death for saying shit like that, but because this country is free, you are allowed to go on saying that it isn’t. Pretty ironic, isn’t it?
A few days before the Snapchat story, I happened to overhear another dumb liberal conversation; one of those people who think everything is fascist (which, may I remind you, an example of a REAL fascist system in history, would be Nazi Germany). Anyways, did you know all religions are cults *knife to chest* AGHH! Ok, ok, I can let that one go, but did you also know that ALL organized BELIEFS are cults? Like, wtf? It’s a phrase I might need to adopt into my vocabulary: wtf. All organized beliefs? Let me make you a quick list of what counts as an organized belief: Christianity, Islam, Atheism, Capitalism, Communism, Democracy, Freedom, The European Union, The United States Government, and so on and so forth. What do you notice about all of these? They have central doctrines that govern followers, but apparently that’s too much for anti-fascist boy to understand.
Just because something is centralized, or large, or winning, or old, doesn’t mean that we have to root against it, and root for its destruction. It’s that kind of thinking that leads to societies collapsing, the “underdog mentality”, as it’s called. However, it’s when people who don’t care to do any research on what they’re saying before they say it, then go on to a different conversation as if what they said is absolute, is what I call Snapchat Politics. I just made that term up, maybe you call it something else, but do you know what I mean? It’s pretty annoying, to say the least.
Anyways, sorry this sort of turned into a bit of a rant, but I just wanted to quickly share some of the things I have been hearing around lately, and as a proud man who likes the country he lives in, I think that it’s kind of sad that people like this, with little logic in their points whatsoever, can gain political groundwork in modern day. If you have any other examples of this, please feel free to share, and, with your permission, I might even add them to the article (don’t worry about it getting rejected because you think I’m biased, or anything; I’ll take it as long as it’s good)! Anyways, thank you all for reading, and I’ll see you in a few days for a brand new review.
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