Sunday, April 17, 2016

"Anger is to the internet what fear was to television."


it’s been obvious for a long time that anger’s a state that the internet wants you to be in so it can manipulate you to do what it wants.


this wasn’t the internet we all imagined back at the beginning. We were all supposed to have this amazing range of opinions, and it’d be a flourishing of individuality. And what has it become? “Oh no some director has tweeted something out of line with our social norms.”


Like, if you read about movie folks, great comedy writers, the folks what draw comics– that’s the fun part, hearing little stories how they’re not like regular folks.