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Published 4 months ago with 5 Comments

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  • 3rdWheel
    +8

    Imagine a life so empty that you feel pressured to boycott an entire service because that one person you don’t like is on there.

    How are they on Twitter? Don’t they know the Obamas are on that too?

    • NotWearingPants
      +4

      There was something similar not too long ago with Amy Schumer. I'm betting the same people making noise now were the same ones making noise then. Much like the celebrities who all promised to leave the country if Trump won.

      He did, they didn't.

      It's all attention whoring and virtue signalling on social media.

      • AdelleChattre (edited 4 months ago)
        +5

        It's knuckleheads that had only to hear the Obamas'd advocated them before they turned against eating fruits and vegetables, staying hydrated and properly inflating your cars' tires. Scorn signaling has its excesses as well, it would seem.

  • StarFlower
    +4

    I don't care about politics, but regardless of who did what, I wouldn't boycott an entire service just because, as 3rdWheel said, "one person you don't like is on there." I'd be more likely to boycott cable TV because I don't like entire channels on it (e.g. ABC family, which is so NOT family-oriented, IMHO!). If I boycotted everything where I didn't agree with or like a small portion of it, I don't think I'd be able to watch anything, literally!

    I don't like to see politics anywhere, but I can avoid that myself by selecting who and what I choose to be around. I suppose in a sense I'm boycotting politics, I just realized!

    • Gozzin
      +6

      I hate politics as well. I gave up cable tv ages ago.

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