Online attacks and 21st century pitchforks

Maybe I’m old fashioned but I’m a firm believer in treating others in a way you’d like to be treated.

If I made a mistake or said something that wasn’t well thought or shared an unpopular opinion, I’d like to think that people’s intention would be to broaden my perspective or give information in a way that would be useful rather than come at me with pitchforks (which in this case is tweets) .

When I see the way people react to things online it makes me wonder why these people are responding: to offer something useful or just to be involved in drama by adding fuel to the fire.

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