🇨🇦 Reasons I use social media To share things about myself. To reveal thoughts without words by sharing links. To create a virtual tapestry of documents, ideas and experiences. To keep a record of information for reference. To learn from others...and passively spectate.
Why not take an unorthodox look at our meaningless lives in the hope that we can better ourselves by discarding trivial nonsense? Comics, memes, rambling & other complete bollocks. If It Wasn't For Those Damn Whelks! https://impshum.co.uk Otaku Memes https://theotakumeme.com Moar Than https://moarthan.co.uk Programming Tutorials https://recycledrobot.co.uk/words GIthub https://github.com/impshum
Ah yes, the about me section, this causes you to take a deep breath & lean back to ponder. Who am I? What am I "about?" Should I relay my personal politics here? My religious beliefs? Music interests? Movie interests? Or any other characteristics that may add up to a whopping 5% of who I actually am? Am I really gonna get deep & personal here so my personality can be data mined, analyzed, compared to other profiles, used to create & manipulate psychological trends, consumer related trends, fashion trends, or political trends? Thank God I filled out the about me section! I almost missed my chance to be a specimen for the elitist knobs that are studying everything I do, from how I vote, to what I eat, or what I wipe my bum with! So they can better advertise to me, prey upon my impulses, & figure out what it will take to keep me believing, buying, & supporting their death culture!!! Uhh, maybe I just think to much!?
I'm an Irish American who is getting sick and tired of the Left-Wing Liberal/Progressive PC culture that has infiltrated every form of academia, entertainment, and other platforms. I'm a Libertarian, a Capitalist, an Individualist, an Anti-SJW, and I support the U.S. Constitution. I believe that everyone should have the right to freedom of speech. Be sure to follow me on Gab: https://gab.com/DrTriggerWarning "If a society is to be free, its government has to be controlled." Ayn Rand