-Isms: Views on life in rural America
September 2, 2021
I'm not sure who deserves credit for this line, but I want it emblazoned on a T-shirt: "I just love seeing people live their best lie-f on social media."
Much like tabloid journalism, you can spin a lie into your own warped version of reality. Post away. Some people will rush to hit the like button or type a half-hearted response without contemplating the validity of the original statement.
A quick scroll through social media proves this point. It doesn't matter if it's a half-truth, little white lie or a whale of a whopper, society is becoming numb when it comes to distinguishing fact from...