I recently came across this video on YouTube, a song sung by Indian singer Karthik, that really brought home the idea of the many layers of self-awareness. I couldn’t help but to laugh at the funny way he sings it.
The idea of the internet as a whole (and a lot of the other things that we interact with online) is that it is a massive canvas on which we can paint our own worlds. In a lot of ways, the internet is a reflection of how we look at ourselves. And while the internet is only a small part of who we are, it is a big component of how we have to be to get the job done.
The internet is not just a reflection of how we look at ourselves but also how we act, think, and speak about ourselves. So the idea that we can only see ourselves in the online world has a lot of implications for how we should be treated. On the one hand, there are people who don’t like the idea of social media being a reflection of what we actually think or feel.
For example, a lot of people have been really upset by the recent controversy that arose from the comments made by someone who was using Facebook to make hateful remarks about people who do not approve of his actions. The comments were apparently not posted in any of the 140-character “likes” that Facebook allows, but were instead written by an account that appeared to be a fake account.
The person who posted those comments was just voicing his opinion, one that is 100% correct, but a little too self-righteous. It’s not like people are saying, “You can’t use your Facebook account to do that!” This isn’t a joke. This is how people on Facebook behave. This is a well-known fact.
The person who wrote these comments is a guy named Jeffery, who happens to be a blogger. And he has a blog, or at least he used to. I have never seen a blog post where someone wrote, “I hate this guy”, but there are some.
I guess it is a well-known fact, but it is not what people are talking about when they say, I hate Jeffery. There are people who talk about Jeffery as if he is an adult. He is not, he is a 16-year old kid. In other words, he is not a grown-up. His opinion is valid, but it is not a reason to be rude or disrespectful.
Sometimes this is what Jeffery says, sometimes he says it, sometimes he has it all in the same sentence, but he really means it. In his blog, Jeffery says that he hates Jeffery, Jeffery hates Jeffery, and Jeffery loves Jeffery. In the same blog post, the other day, he said, Jeffery is a bully. And the same day he said Jeffery was a drunk. And that was just the first day.
This is true. Jeffery is an unapologetically nasty person. In fact, Jeffery is such a nasty person that he’s not even allowed to be in the same room as his older brother. This is a bit of a problem because when a kid wants to be friends with his brother, he’s just going to start acting like a jerk and not let his brother be friends with him.
This is a problem because when Jeffery is around, its not because Jeffery is being a jerk, but because Jeffery is such a nice person. One minute he is a nice person and the next minute he is a mean, bitchy, nasty person. This is a problem because when Jeffery is around, hes doing things that make him look bad. Its not because Jeffery is being a jerk, its because Jeffery is doing things that he knows make him look bad.