HILL: Opinions originating and/or popularized on 4chan, other chans or are common meme-based opinions are automatically invalid or at least highly suspect and should be treated like removing a slug attached to a tomato.
there’s deeper but 4chan is so commonplace, especially among middle school aged boys (and those who never outgrew), that it deserves its reputation.
Liberals: All their ideas are bad.
Liberals: Not even once.
Liberals: Everybody I don’t agree with is a Liberal.
You’re talking about a “true troll”. They’re too rare.‘
Their underlying politics usually comes screaming through.
Sample is the right pretending to be left to troll both left and average rights to start trouble.
As a gag it worked for a time, maybe six months to a year at most. But as a hand it was overplayed.
When my nephew was in 5th grade, his friend said at lunch, “I found the most GLORIOUS place for edgy dank memes. It is a land called 4chan”.
Thankfully, I’d already educated him about 4chan by then so he knew enough to roll his eyes.
It’s not a point that has to be proven. You won’t find 100% “uncorrupt” opinion. That’s just how it is.
A rotten egg may still hold nutritional value and a fresh egg may be a little rotten but it’s a fool who says they’re equivalent.
Long before 4chan existed – and Twitter, Reddit, Facebook too, I was here.
There’s nothing much new or unique about 4chan except it’s popularity and a cult-like adoration. Like Facebook, it’s full of itself, ascribing far more power and control over people than it has.
yet, it has some. Butterfly effects, chaotic tipping points and such are a consequence of value to study.
Truth isn’t suffering from famine any more than it ever did. You have conflicting views in a given society. In the USA at least, two parallel streams of media run simultaneously and always have:
right and left.