Timothy welch en Economists and Finance, Communications and journalism, Creative Writers Owner / Ambassador • The Juxtaposition Workshop 12/1/2018 · 3 min de lectura · +300

99% of You Tube is done by Trolls....

99% of You Tube is done by Trolls....

Now that  I have your undivided attention; 99% of you tube is not done by trolls but the number is rather high. This is what I find  aggravating and annoying and just down right frustrating.

I try to remain educated and informed even after high school and college. When I started college at San Diego State University  back in the fall semester of 1990, the internet was in  its baby stages. Remember AOL... you got mail !

That annoying dial up tone before high speed internet and Roadrunner fixed that problem. Chat rooms  were fun to meet new people but that  went away like the dinosaurs of old. I have  had friends go bust in the dot com revolution. 

Everyone   just gravitates online since all your work and pleasure needs are just a click away. Need to  perform a budget or crunch some numbers, open up Excel.

Do you have a report that needs to be written up before your next  term paper? MS Word is at your disposal. And remember you will have to update your computer in 24 hours otherwise your files might be exposed with virus or malware or space aliens.

Ok... what's you point? Ever take the time to read the comments on any post or blog whatever the issue... fill in the blank...

Religion, Racism, Trump and CNN ( Russia collusion.. voting), sports,  social issues, healthcare...

You get the picture. Not all the time but most of the comments I see are gross,  vile, inappropriate, racist, sexist and the hate speech goes both ways. 

Nothing gets done or accomplished and it  just gets the flesh involved. I want to  drive home a simple point with  a few  cases.

I like seeing other sides to a story even if my   religious or political views don't always line up. Some people will claim   the internet and social media outlets allow a platform for ideas to be shared and possible work and networks to be established.

So far.... so good.

You have  find out really quickly you are not the center of the universe and there is truth and people's opinions. I once entered into a conversation with an online person about a religious text. I will not  dive into the details. but I challenged the person to explain what  he is seeing  that I am not; I was curious how he was deciphering the text. He just  had this unorthodox teaching. To make  along story short, I told him this was not a good use of my time since he was becoming vulgar in his languag