Right now, I’m furious over what I see as a strictly pro forma objection to something I wrote on Facebook. Facebook fills me with dread at the best of times, but this… This post branched on so many false assumptions it would have taken thousands of words to adequately rebut it.
Life is too short for such nonsense.
Which reminded me, of course, of “The Toxoplasma of Rage,” by Scott Alexander, one of the best essays on how net discourse so often leads to rage I’ve ever read. It’s long, but worth it.