Ever thought something you saw or read online could be bullshit? Like hell you haven’t. It’s fine, I get that everyone has an opinion, like everyone has their own asshole (well, unless it was lost in some sort of tragic accident. Then you would be the expert of how you do ‘business’, and I bet there’s a lot more people interested in reading about that than reading about this shitty blog). It’s sometimes hard to read between fact and bullshit. I don’t really have any tips, but it’s definitely worth checking out the background of the person creating the content. They could work for a company, they could be sponsored, they could be personally or politically aligned with a certain bias towards one side and feed only the information they want you to know. SOoooooo, while it’s a minefield finding good quality information and news it’s best if you can find conflicting side of a situation. I get this is annoying, but shit, if you want to know something, like really know something, you should be able to vet the whole thing out. And that’s all I can really say.
As for me, well, I am pretty biased towards left sided politics, I don’t work for anyone currently and I am by no means a expert in anything. Like that vegetarian post I made, well, there was lots of exaggeration in that, and I will be the first one to say what I said isn’t totally accurate. But is it my job be accurate or am I just trying to trigger you to go find out the other side. Maybe. Maybe I am pro-meat, maybe it was all just a ploy in reverse psychology to get you to eat meat and get angry about. Truthfully, I was telling my story. I am not an expert. I am a nobody who rants and reacts to things around me. This is basically a Dear Diary that I left open for you to read. Here’s some art. Done.