Unstable BLM Supporter Threatens Stabbing Spree To Prove TikTok Wokeness – Gets Fired, Blames World…

This story is quite an encapsulation of modern Millennial life.

A now famous young woman named Claira Janover wanted to share the depth of her wokeness with her social media tribe. Ms. Janover used TikTok to record her video rant where she promised to go on a stabbing spree to kill all those who say “all lives matter.”

According to her plan, Claira Janover, who is a graduate of Harvard University, felt her social community would enjoy her stabbing spree idea and the subsequent applause would help fill the void she carries in her life.  Go figure.

However, after outlining the approach she would take in order to support the Black Lives Matter community, her employer didn’t think it was a good idea to keep around a young woman who just promised to go on a stabbing spree.  So they fired her.  Imagine that.

Understandable.

Rather than reevaluate the instability of her stabby killing pledge. Ms. Janover goes back on TikTok to cry to her tribe about being fired for supporting Black Lives Matter; because conservatives or something.

New York – […] “Standing up for Black Lives Matter put me in a place online to be seen by millions of people,” a teary Claira Janover said in a new video posted Wednesday afternoon. “The job that I’d worked really hard to get and meant a lot to me has called me and fired me because of everything.”

Janover’s LinkedIn account lists her as an “incoming government and public business service analyst” at Deloitte, a UK-based accounting firm.

During the video, Janover gestured to what appears to be a page from the company’s website, and noted that she was axed “even though they claim to stand against systematic bias, racism and unequal treatment.”

Janover — who graduated from Harvard in May with a degree in government and psychology — went viral after posting a video to the platform railing against people with “the nerve, the sheer entitled caucasity to say ‘All Lives Matter.’” (read more)

Yeah… There’s a generation of people who are growing up on social media, and have absolutely no sense of self-awareness.   Their unquenchable thirst for tribal acceptance is the dominant goal in their life.

This weird psychological disorder seems to create a disconnect between their interactions on-line, in cyber reality, and the needed norms and stability within real life interactions, relationships and employment.   Toxic instability jumps into actual behavior as the difference between their devices and real world encounters is blurred.

Very odd.

 

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587 Responses to Unstable BLM Supporter Threatens Stabbing Spree To Prove TikTok Wokeness – Gets Fired, Blames World…

  1. Beverly says:

    This stupid bint is just doing exactly what her “teachers” have praised her for doing, right the way up from kindergarten: “Hating the right people is GREAT! Have a cookie!” No wonder it’s bewildered and wailing.

    What a mess.

    Liked by 14 people

      • Rhi says:

        Great find Sundance, explains it all. Sad. As is your picture of the millennials all staring at their phone while they walk of the cliff of groupthink indoctrination like good little lemmings. Signs of the times.

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        • FrankieZee says:

          I watch theses young people while they are sitting at the pool at my complex. Couples barely talk to each other, rather they are on their phones all the time. How sad is that. Then you watch them taking pictures of themselves like they are some kind of star. I can guarantee that they are on the phone while they are having sex.

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      • Jimmy R says:

        When leftist useful idiots scream, they are really just saying, “Daddy, where were you!!” Their masters harness this resentment to their own ends.

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      • Bob Parker says:

        Tremendous find SD!! It goes a long way to explain the inner-workings & upbringing of this loon.

        At the same time, I would ask for some deep dives on those ATTORNEYS, yes LAWYERS that have been out in these mobs & in fact were individually arrested, jailed, & accused of heinous crimes.

        Recall the 2 lawyers (man & woman) in NY who tossed MOLOTOV cocktails into police cruisers!! And I also recall another lawyer in the mid-west who was arrested for shooting someone in the head while he was attempting to drive away from a mob.

        Exactly what compels these high-degreed professionals to go off of the deep end & without any conscience or remorse whatsoever cause serious harm against other innocent individuals & needless, wanton destruction of property?

        These people by their actions have essentially ruined their lives! In the case of the lawyers I referred to, what law firm or company in their right mind is going to hire any of them in the future? And if their college debts have been paid, well say hello to tens of thousands of additional debt in legal bills + the downtime of HARD TIME in prison!!

        I for 1 do believe that the PUBLIC prosecutions + HARSH SENTENCES of as many of these vagrants as possible will eventually send a chilling message to those evildoers:

        If you want to keep your minds set on destruction of property & harming other individuals, then be prepared to have your own lives likely ruined forever via arrest, expensive legal fees, & a likely incarceration!!

        Metinks a few public service videos (think infomercial) showing the crimes, arrests & courtroom guilty verdicts topped off with Clint Eastwood saying “Are you feeling lucky PUNK?” could also be extremely effective with these miscreants too.

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        • Tom W. says:

          Bike lock attacker and [former] Diablo Valley College ethics professor Eric Clanton got 3 years probation and felony charges dropped…he’ll probably get hired again by some liberal college. His violence could have killed this man:

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        • FrankieZee says:

          I doubt that she will ever find a meaningful job going forward. The first thing the HR dept does is look at social media.

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        • jakee308 says:

          I believe that what we’re seeing is a startling revelation about the value of a degree from any institute of supposedly higher learning.

          Note all the degreed arrogant pompous anarchists and radicals. Now these types have rioted before but never to the degree or the numbers as these days.

          It’s a complete refutation to the claim of the need and utility of a “college education”. Even High schools are being revealed as not having provided their graduates with a minimal knowledge and perception necessary to live and prosper in a civilized society.

          I’m beyond shocked or saddened anymore these days. I’m numb. Waiting for it to collapse or for the participants to finally awake from their fevered dream. (more a nightmare for the rest of us.)

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        • I like your ideas. But unfortunately unless things change back to the way it should be, all indications reveal that if the left has their way, our country is well on its way to complete lawlessness. Anyone who votes for a DEMONrat will help this be accomplished…..

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          • cali says:

            @leftiesbegone: ^^^^^This!

            We must call it what it really is: EVIL = years and years of build-up hating not white people but specifically white Christian women, children and men.
            The hate for white Christians is real and as stated in their (N)WO plan they want to exterminate us.
            The masters behind these godless people are laughing at us knowing if they can take back power in November they’ll get their way.
            I have no ounce of empathy for this female in the video – she deserved to be fired. Naturally her indoctrination robbed her of her God-given talent – critical thinking, self reflection and internal resolve to distinguish what is right and wrong. She has no conscience = she is dead.
            Her action and after reaction shows that she is NOT a child of the light.

            Looking at this mindless zombies rioting, destroying, burning, looting and assaults of mostly elderly white citizens or anyone white not part of their cancel culture I conclude that this is no longer about politics.

            We are in the fight of our lives = The fight between good and evil!

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      • keeler says:

        “June 28th, 2017”

        Interesting. Her “adoption day” is almost the same day she posted the original video. Perhaps a coincidence, perhaps not.

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      • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

        I’m so glad I was raised by a mother AND a father.

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      • TJ says:

        I read your background, and said to myself, “Asian? Chinese subterfuge? Nah. Adopted. Identity crisis.”. I scroll down, well look at that. Thanks for the update.

        Identity politics?

        Were you on drugs? No, your honor, “I was on politics”…

        Meet Judith Clark, the Domestic Terrorist Granted Clemency by Gov. Andrew Cuomo
        https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2017/01/17/who-is-judith-clark-the-convicted-murderer-granted-partial-clemency-by-gov-andrew-cuomo/

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      • John Good says:

        I am NOT a “Harvard Educated Psychologist”, BUT my 50+ years of real-life common-sense tells me that “same-sex marriages” & “families with no father present” do not work & never have!

        This “Socialist-Twit” Claira Janover is the best example of this Liberal-Loon thinking that is being forced down our throats by the Communists over here in North America. She can always come up here to Socialist Canada & Justin Trudeau would hire her in a heartbeat to replace Chrystia Freeland!

        Here in Canada, common-sense & brains are optional to be in Government!

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      • trapper says:

        So she has no one. But we are never completely alone. God, help her, no one else is.

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    • Johan Sebastian says:

      To the left this nut is a notch in their belt. The left in the 1950s knew Americans were far too happy and sane to ever accept communism so they stated that they would use the media and the schools to intentionally create a generation of incompetent reason bereft people. Mission accomplished. How did they do it? It was really quite simple. By erasing the Western traditional cultural notion that young people should date in high school and marry soon after. Because it is marriage and parenthood that creates stable adults as it gives human beings something meaningful and worthwhile to keep them busy. Without it this is what a society gets a generation of 30 year olds dressed in halloween costumes playing in traffic. Now what? Either the government needs to knock some sense into these broken young people by using the legal system for a time out in prison or we the people will have to do it in a way none of us want. We decent folk of America didn’t like spanking our own children but yet we did it. Now that our craven neighbors and even our judges and politicians have exited stage left to leave this onerous job to us it will not be pretty as we will have no choice but to take off our own belt.

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    • Tom says:

      On behalf of all of us (especially us heterosexual White males) who risk being fired merely for stating the fact that Black Lives Matter is a Marxist front group, and do so without threatening violence but merely as debate about a matter of public interest, I say:

      WELCOME TO THE CLUB, BIT**!

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    • Kenji says:

      I’m sorry … is that TWO MOMMIES ? Not that there’s anything wrong with that … *urp* … except I believe lesbians are responsible for the largest percentage of FAKE “hate crimes” in the USA. So yes, this is not surprising in the least. This poor unfortunate adoptee was trapped in the perpetual machinery of HATE. HATE all the heteronormatives. HATE all the WHITES (except her mommies)

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  2. franker01 says:

    My daughter graduated College when she was 19 and immediately started taking online classes at a State U for her Masters in Applied Math. We moved her into an apartment today – live classes start next month and her goal is to get her Masters before she turns 21.
    She is a smart girl – she interviewed for Dartmouth and Penn but she really never had a chance.
    Her problem was that she is White – a problem that Morons like this Janover Clown don’t have to deal with.

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    • Kaco says:

      That White Privilege sure gives all kinds of advantages.

      Liked by 16 people

      • 🍺Gunny66 says:

        Math is great…..

        But a Degree in Psychology…….

        They can never get a job or hold one

        “But they can always tell you Why”

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        • Some old guy says:

          Agreed, why look at the good it’s afforded the “lovely and affable” Claira.

          On a serious note, she’s a fine example of our modern and wildly overrated higher education system.

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          • As a Man Thinkth says:

            Weather Underground clan have infiltrated and destroyed the finest University system that once existed…especially the private universities…Every University city is a bastion of progressive liberalism and a safe haven for illegals…Every enemy of the United States has joined forces with the progressive communists (China,
            the Muslim Brotherhood and Globalist) to staff the Universities with anti American trators…This situation is well beyond disgustingly …IMO, it is much more a danger and threat than Iran or Afghanistan…Further more, what good are new aircraft carriers, new fighters and bombers when the REAL enemy is ready inside the wire…there is no room for “snake and nape”…

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          • bertdilbert says:

            If you have something against “all lives matter” then you are automatically a racist.

            Liked by 5 people

        • 28angelica28 says:

          Ever noticed how many psychopaths majored in psychology?

          Liked by 5 people

          • icthematrix says:

            In college I finished with a major in Economics and a minor in Psychology. My PSY professor confided that many majored in that just to try and figure themselves out.

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          • plumnelly1 says:

            The three Delphic Maxims…”know thyself”, “nothing to excess” and “surety brings ruin”.

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          • Tom W. says:

            Yes, I worked for one in the IT field. Even his co-managers described him as “you don’t know who you are talking to from one day to the next”. He used psychology as a weapon on his direct reports. Joy the day he got fired! Similar to this Claira creep, he threatened (after he was fired) to afflict violence on his former peers, with a shotgun.

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        • Will Hunt says:

          Another prodigy liberal arts major bestowing her educated, enlightenment upon us all.. thanks!

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          • sat0422 says:

            As I wrote last week, every time I see the word Harvard, I immediately read about criminal conduct. Shut their doors first! Hold them accountable.

            OK. Time to shut the doors of all other major universities (both private and public) that have graduated felons too. Easy to prove…just look at court records and school(s) attended. 5 felons in 10 years=shut the doors!

            Fully fund trade schools, including schools of medicine.
            That’s about all we need and YES, journalism schools should be among the first to go. Let them eat cake.

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        • leftiesbegone says:

          The reason why is because they need psychologists themselves…..who needs their psychologist…..who needs their psychologist…

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    • JustSomeInputFromAz says:

      Those “Diversity” engineered highway bridges are going to be wonderful!

      Hopefully your daughter gets the chance in life she deserves for her hard work.

      Liked by 6 people

    • lmk408 says:

      franker01–trust me, your daughter will be just fine NOT going to penn or dartmouth–imo the curriculum isn’t any better than other top tier universities–sometimes even worse — and despite any ‘scholarship’ awards from an ivy–the sticker price is waaaay out of whack — and unless you already live on the east coast–the weather is NOT great. your daughter will be fine wherever her opportunities take her.

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    • jackphatz says:

      Schools are racist enough to not want her because she is white but just wait…employers will.

      Liked by 6 people

      • Employers will want her because she has clearly demonstrated her ability to work. This is a foreign concept to many under the age of 30.

        I am not sure who said it but it’s true for all of us: The harder I work the luckier I get.

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    • montanamel says:

      Suggest she get into heavy puzzle theory … Should find a nice NSA//DIA slot while she works on her doctorate …. Should be a safe, well protected, work environment; as I doubt they would stand for any of this BLM crap type stuff in their “compartmentalized” workplace…. Should start in the “Super GS rates” too….

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    • American Heritage says:

      When leftists complain about so-called white privilege, affirmative action, the antithesis of white privilege, is never acknowledged. Our education system produces people incapable of logic or analysis of ideas, but thoroughly indoctrinated in cognitive dissonance.

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      • sat0422 says:

        8 years of grammar school, 4 hours per day should be enough for most folks. Those who test high at the end of 8 years hit the jackpot and go to trade school. After all, isn’t that what a communist government would do with them. Don’t they send the mentally ill and SPED off to gulags anyway.

        I sometimes wonder if any of the idiots seeking change have ever seen the movie “Dr. Zhivago?” The book is much better. If that’s not enough, they should read “Darkness at Noon.” “Darkness at Noon” provides a great illustration of what happens to the warriors for change once the leader become their masters. They are the first to be hanged.

        Everything I have recommended is good reading. I read “Dr. Zhivago” when I was about 14 and then, I read “Atlas Shrugged.” Yep, those three books should be required reading for all 8th graders and then test their little brains about them and see if the can comprehend why communism and socialism are not such a grand idea.

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        • Aeyrie says:

          Yes! And the Communist Manifesto too, Sato. That slim volume was required reading for me in 7th grade. AND we spent two class weeks on reviewing it. Didn’t fall for the Leftist crap in college. I knew a Communist when I saw one.

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    • GuyGadbous says:

      morons are not important enough to be capitalized…..

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    • Georgia says:

      Our “Leaders” have sold us all out — this is a good overview: https://www.takimag.com/article/antifas-a-laugh-riot-until-it-comes-for-you/

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    • Richard Whitney says:

      From a Penn grad: Penn is so far away from the school which built its reputation, it is sad.
      Your daughter will be fine.

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    • DanJ1 says:

      My daughter tutored several minority students at her high school. Had higher grades and SAT scores. National Honor Society, work experience, volunteered weekly. They got into the school she was rejected from. Just sayin’.

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    • Kenji says:

      My youngest son graduated with a degree in Applied Math from UCLA. He’s whiter than white … which made him a minority. A minority in the Math Dept. at UCLA … which not surprisingly was 97.99% Asian. He’s done very, very, well with his degree … and has never needed a Psychology majors help with anything. Oh, and he’s never smoked dope

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  3. TreeClimber says:

    Judging all millennials by one Harvard nutjob, is like us judging everyone 70+ by Bernie Sanders. It’s ridiculous and more narrow-minded than I would expect from the Treehouse. Yes, there are lots of nutty millennials, and yes, there are many many many more misguided millennials, but most are just trying their best to make it in a world that disdains us, unequipped with anything close to an adequate education, and actively lied to in order to be made proper little Leftist footsoldiers. It’s worth remembering that before before millennials came along to muck things up, we got…

    -NAFTA
    -the Bush Dynasty
    -Bill Clinton
    -Department of Education
    -Ruth Bader Ginsburg
    -Roe vs. Wade
    -the Sexual Revolution
    -etc.

    Blaming millennials for things going wrong is disingenuous, sanctimonious, and inaccurate. I close this censure with the question: exactly who was it, who raised “this generation of snowflakes”?

    Liked by 26 people

    • Ad rem says:

      You’re a 1,000% right TC….

      Liked by 9 people

    • Kaco says:

      Either late boomers or Gen X.

      I had my kids late, in my 30’s. My oldest son just graduated high school. My degree was also science and not a liberal arts/humanities degree.

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    • TheGhostofBelleStarr says:

      You must be her dad…..

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    • Dutchman says:

      Dr. Spock, and no, I don’t mean the Star Trek character. Benjamin Spock, I believe it was.
      Was a Pediatrician; NOT a psychologist, or a CHILD Psychologist, simply a Pediatrition.
      But he wrote a book, and clicked in on the scam that many followed later (Dr. Oz, Dr. Schniedrrman, etc.)

      If you have “Dr.” In front of your name, MANY people will assume you know what your talking about. So, he wrote THE book that led to permissive childrearing (18 books, in all).

      His last book was an apology of sorts, where he conceded he went far beyond his training as a PEDIATRICIAN, when he advocated against corporal punishment, etc.
      But, the damage was done.
      A whole generation of young parents, insecure in their parenting skills, followed his book, like it was writ in stone by the hand of God, and produced the hippies of the 60’s.

      I know, I was one. And my generation produced these snowflakes, or produced the parents of these snowflakes.

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      • dwhitehurst says:

        Dr. Spock’s recant: “We have reared a generation of brats. Parents aren’t firm enough with their children for fear of losing their love or incurring their resentment. This is a cruel deprivation that we professionals have imposed on mothers and fathers. Of course, we did it with the best of intentions. We didn’t realize until it was too late how our know-it-all attitude was undermining the self assurance of parents.”

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        • Dutchman says:

          Yeah, thats the ticket, thanks.
          Another such recant; all my life they assured parents that getting divorced wouldn’t seriously traumatise kids, that they are,”resilient”.
          A few years ago (maybe 10, IDK) they did a study. Higher rates of addiction, divorce, crime divorce themselves or never marrying, basically really f*cks kids up, but for many years without any study, they reassured parents they shouldn’t feel guilty for divorcing.

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        • sammie2 says:

          Credentialed academic writes book ignoring hundreds of years of accrued experience, assumes that good intentions are all that counts, ignores basic human biology and within two generations effectively wrecks society and produces a whole cadre of Veruca Salts.

          Sound familiar. Yet does not stop this happening in every walk of life again and again.

          There seems to be no end to these people.

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      • Kaco says:

        My mother had Dr. Spock, too, but I did get spanked! My older brothers got the belt. It wasn’t often at all, though, for any of us.

        Interesting how Dr. Spock recanted his earlier book because now, corporal punishment is even more so vilified.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Yeah, my parents had Spock,…mainly for my mom, who was drawers at parenting, having been raised by nuns since she was 11, she had no clue.
          I got spanked with a belt, until I didn’t, but thats a long story.
          Got paddled in school, too. I don’t think it is harmful, it teaches the invaluable lesson of actions and consequences.

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          • JC says:

            The only caveat i would pose its bad teachers , one thing its getting smacked for being a dumb brat , another its getting a wood ruler on your hands until you bled because , and i quote “writing with your left hand its the devil work” , this happened to me and 4 others on my first grade and im under 40…

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            • Country_Kat says:

              Exactly! Like you, I’m under 40 and the elementary school I went to actually had rules against teachers using corporal punishment. Didn’t stop my hand from being smacked a couple times with one of those wooden rulers with the metal strip down the side that ended up cutting me.

              I got home that day and my dad saw my hand (one of the few times he was actually at home during the week) and asked what I had done. I told him I got in trouble and I could see the anger forming and that I was about to be punished again until he asked me what I got in trouble over and I told him.

              I got in trouble for simply balling up a piece of paper. I’m a neat freak, probably a touch of OCD, and couldn’t just simply erase something and write over it. In my mind I had to start on a fresh piece of paper. This teacher hated the sound of paper being balled up to be thrown away and I forgot which class I was in so I balled it up. After that, dad was angry but for a whole different reason and a whole new level of angry, teacher was let go a couple of days later. That’s not to say that daddy was a pushover either, the song “Daddy’s Hands” holds a lot of truth for me!

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              • JC says:

                Military father , never laid one hand on me , he never had to , i would sh*t myself just went he had a bad grin at me. As for the teacher it actually took several parents and months and months to get her fired , my mother found out the entire thing when i got home needing 5 stitches on my left hand. Like i said , i cant fail to point out that the issue today , its a mix of helicopter parenting and God awful teachers.

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                • Country_Kat says:

                  Daddy only ever tore my rear end up 3 times and I’ll own up that 2 of them I fully deserved and ‘earned’. Standing at 6’6″ and a voice that boomed like thunder when he was mad or trying to get a point across… you knew there were consequences for your actions, unlike too many of today’s ‘kids’.

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            • Dutchman says:

              My dad said there is a nerve that runs directly from the posterior, to the brain, put there for a reason.
              No electric cords, or willow switches, just a flat palm or paddle, and no drawing blood.

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          • jbrickley says:

            In the late 1970’s a friend of the family was a CT State Trooper, he’s now retired. His daughter had learning disabilities and in the elementary school she was in a special education class. The teacher became frustrated with the girl while at the blackboard and slammed her little head against the blackboard. The child told her daddy what happened. The next morning he pulled up in front of the school in his patrol vehicle and full uniform, hat and sunglasses and waltzed into the front office and demanded to speak with the principal. The teacher was fired shortly thereafter and arrested by the local police for assault on a minor.

            There is a YUGE difference between corporal punishment of a child and abuse. I was spanked but I was never abused. Open hand on the rear end, spoon and even a belt a few times. I can say that it didn’t take more than one spanking to prevent me from repeating the same transgression. The spanking stopped after I was too old for it to be effective. Then the grounding and removal of precious items began. My parents did not tolerate “back talk” or a rebellious spirit. I turned out to be a successful well adjusted and happy adult. There was no trauma or damage incurred psychologically.

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            • Dutchman says:

              Well put. As a parent I joined and eventually became coordinator of a Toughlove group.
              We advised never discipline in anger or frustration, and one way to avoid, is TELL the kid what they did wrong, but tell them you are going to take 24 hrs, to talk to the other toughlove parents, and think it over, BEFORE handing out the punishment.
              Did it to my daughter ONCE, …after 6 hours she was begging me to just punish her, she didn’t care WHAT the punishment was, the,waiting was driving her crazy. But no, she had to wait.
              For teenagers, taking the bedroom door off the hinges, for 24 hours can be devastatingly effective.

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    • BigTalkers says:

      You mean we F-ed up..?

      In our case, it didn’t happen at Home, so it must have been at School!

      Personally, I wouldn’t doubt the numerous required child vaccinations were in part responsible, too.

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    • scrap1ron says:

      Well TC, this particular individual appears to have been raised in an abnormal family structure. There’s plenty of identity confusion when one is raised by two mommies or two daddies. Especially if the adopted parents have psychological problems of their own.

      I spent the last portion of my corrections career working in a “shock camp”, a highly structured boot camp program for first time, supposedly non-violent, felony offenders. Ages 16-50. The level of, well there’s no sugar coating it, (blanked) in the head thought processes displayed by many of these young people is discouraging. It’s a parenting problem, a public education problem, a cultural problem *removing God from the public square and discourse.

      And yet, some parents can do everything right and little Johnny and Suzy can still go bad. Free will is a two edged sword. How do you rehabilitate a delusional young adult like Claira?

      Unless they want to change, you can’t. She’s going to end up in jail *criminal university* by carrying through with her evil thought processes or she’s going to end up committing suicide.

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      • sat0422 says:

        Scrapiron: Unfortunately you are 100% correct. My daughter is living proof that you are correct. She is 42 and raising a boy that I know will see hard times. She has no parenting skills and although there are no guarantees, one must be aligned with the teachings of the Bible to avoid some of the hard times kids can bring home to you. Still, no guarantee.

        My daughter has been down some rough highways in her 42 years, but she ain’t seen nothing yet. My grandson, who I love to the moon and back, needs a grown up parent who knows right from wrong herself. She should be his parent and not try to be his best friend. That happens naturally when you are a good parent.

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    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      Do the math….

      The 18-22 year old 1970 hippie radical blended back into society to eventually become

      The 38-42 year old 1990 radical professor/dean teaching these millennials this garbage

      Pure Alinsky

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    • dbobway says:

      My Dad and I didn’t have the greatest relationship. My sister blames my lack of brilliance on my old man. If he were alive today, he might agree with her. He had a guilt about my direction, and delivered it thru me. Yea, it was painful, but not as painful as his childhood, with his Dad.
      So I’ve been a Dad for 40 years. I have 3 daughters, 40, 24 and 14. I’m divorced from their 2 Moms. I’ve never laid a hand on them. Not because I don’t believe in it. I just never had to. Those 3 young women are mine for life. They don’t belong to me, they are free to make their own decisions, good and bad. I stand responsible for all those decisions, by choice, not birthright. My Dad didn’t teach me this, we just had an understanding. It was instinctive.
      My daughters will never come near this young lady’s delusional mind. They know better. I didn’t teach them to know better, they just do. I may have something to do with their mindset, I don’t know. They’re just mine, and I love them.
      Every mass , school shootings in particular, send me to the same place.
      Where is their dad? If we put him away with his murdering child, would the killing stop?
      Maybe not, but it would happen far less often.

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    • sat0422 says:

      You must not be old enough to remember the early 60s. The growth of Marxism and the host of radical groups born out of Berkley et. al. made a mockery of our country then and many of those you list played a big role in “changing” this country.

      Did you miss the introduction of the so called “Drug Culture” into our country as well? The Communist Chinese saw that Americans would wilt into weeping willows when doped up. They saw this at the end of the Vietnam war and it became one of the many ways they have used to weaken our society. This land of 50 states will eventually see WWIII. Many will fight over this province because it is the land of milk and honey. Too bad our younger folks don’t have the IQ to figure out that nothing Communist will ever benefit them like our Free Enterprise System and Democracy.
      They are giving up the apples in exchange for sour grapes.

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  4. emet says:

    She can find employment in the whine industry.

    Liked by 12 people

  5. Vince says:

    “Facebook’s former vice president for user growth, Chamath Palihapitiya, recently said “we have created tools that are ripping apart the social fabric of how society works,” and advised people to take a “hard break” from social media. His comments echoed those of Facebook founding president Sean Parker, who said social media provides a “social validation feedback loop (‘a little dopamine hit…because someone liked or commented on a photo or a post’) that’s exactly the thing a hacker like myself would come up with because you’re exploiting a vulnerability in human psychology.” This parallels what Tristan Harris said and I echoed in a recent Pacific Heart post – that social media is a ‘race to the bottom of the brainstem.’ ”

    Is Facebook destroying society and your mental health

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    • sammie2 says:

      They were designed to act like this. Its called gamification.
      All the big tech companies have largish research depts looking at increasing the dependency aspects (as do many video game companies).

      Its no different than the tobacco companies putting in additives to make cigarettes more addictive.

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    • jay says:

      Facebook is a cesspool of personal opinions and feelings that belong inside peoples brains and not on display for the world to see.

      There are sci-fi horror movies depicting machines that can read minds – and Facebook- incredibly- has managed to get humans to voluntarily expose their innermost feelings emotions and thoughts.

      It’s incredible what’s happening with today’s society.

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  6. The Gipper Lives says:

    All Lives Matter. That’s why Jesus Christ said “Whosoever”. And our Constitution says it because He said it first, Praise God.

    Liked by 17 people

  7. regitiger says:

    smells like teen spirit

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  8. For weeks I have been pondering whether in fact these “social justice” warriors actually know what JUSTICE, legal justice, real justice, is. Whether they would recognize the grown up version of action then reaction, natural consequences. Crime and attendant punishment.

    They talk non-stop about social justice; one almost never hears a discussion about real justice, and when it occurs it is already bastardized.

    The rioters wanted “justice” for George Floyd. But Officer Derek Chauvin was already off work and being investigated before the riots started. Now he has been arrested and charged, over-charged, and all three of the other officers present have also been charged.

    Politicians, Prosecuting Attorneys, celebrities, news people, everyone has publicly described Floyd’s death as Murder – a legal conclusion. Chauvin has no possibility of a fair trial anywhere in the country after the massive publicity on this case.

    But even after the arrests of these officers rioters around the country hold signs and scream “justice for George.” Do they know what Justice is? Is that what they really want?

    Liked by 7 people

    • Stephen Parrish says:

      Certain words really don’t require modifiers. Correct. Truth. Justice.
      Once modified, the devil is at play.

      Liked by 3 people

      • jbowen82 says:

        Exactly. If there is a modifier in front of the word justice, you can be sure that justice is not what it means.

        Liked by 2 people

      • another face in the crowd says:

        couldn’t help but think from the words you listed….
        Truth, Justice and the American Way………
        yes the devil is a master of twisting words, communist are also a master of modifying words and meanings, but i repeat myself.
        It seems we thought we won the Cold War…..
        However, it would seem that the communist slipped their trojan horse behind our lines and it appears to be getting activated now.

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        • sat0422 says:

          Can you imagine the power and bounty that a Communist regime would gain if they capture the United States of America? Those little tent cities could replace the fine homes that many of the street urchins grew up in. Stupid is as stupid does never stops being relevant.

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      • guidvce4 says:

        Exactly. No modifier necessary.

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    • sat0422 says:

      The real story is something entirely different from the drawn conclusions of a video. The real story will never come out. It served its purpose very well and that was to get George off the streets and shut his mouth. He knew too much. So did Lee Harvey Oswald. So did Harvey Weinstein…..and the list goes on and on….

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  9. regitiger says:

    there is this little part of me that feels badly for this young woman.

    it’s like a really really really really really really really small part of me.

    ok, I’m over it.

    just
    like
    that

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  10. regitiger says:

    there’s a little part of me that feels really really bad for this young person.

    a really really really really really smart part.

    ok, I’m over it

    just
    like
    that

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  11. Andrew Keirns says:

    Crazy, I know: but her life matters. And she got polluted, as if her life would only matter if she would believe in the hate. So she hated. She isn’t happy with the results she somehow ignored, consequence she never contemplated.
    Her life still matters. It’s up to her to get it back. Those polluters and her willingness to buy in to all that house built on sand stuff are not the path. Will she get that?

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    • sat0422 says:

      AK….listen to yourself. If anyone failed her, it was her parents who didn’t teach her about the basic freedom that his country provides for all. Armed with knowledge of how freedom has been kind to everyone walking on American soil is provides a void that Marxism and Communism fill. Don’t forget that!

      As a young college student, I flirted with Mao and even bought his little red book. Soon, I threw it away and remembered that my Dad didn’t fight in WW II for nothing. It had been instilled in me as a child and I found “The Good Earth”, Dr. Zhivago, and Atlas Shrugged much more interesting and informative to me when it came to the horrors of Communism.

      As a side note to those who home school: Don’t always follow the recommended readings that are prescribed. Teach your children well.

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  12. Mark says:

    Now she will scream for student loan forgiveness

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  13. rvsueandcrew says:

    “Ima stab you…” “Ima show my paper cut and . . . .”

    Harvard graduate.

    We’ve come a long way from the days of diagramming sentences.

    Liked by 3 people

  14. mandy says:

    When I look at that row of young people, ALL heads down studying their phones, I remember this…

    Liked by 5 people

  15. VegGOP says:

    Shows what Harvard is producing today! Yuck!

    Liked by 2 people

  16. TheGhostofBelleStarr says:

    Hopefully this one will end working at Starbucks or Amazon making $13 an hour …maybe she can payoff her $250K student loans with that..

    Liked by 1 person

  17. Joe Blow says:

    Sad. These people are spiritually ill.

    Liked by 3 people

  18. Swanzinator says:

    For context, this is the original masterpiece…

    Liked by 1 person

    • jay says:

      She is wearing GREEN COLOR contact lenses that obfuscate her eyes and soul.
      She has big brown eyes, most likely very beautiful, and she chooses to hide them.

      The eyes are a window to the soul. These colored lenses block the view to her soul.

      Any questions?

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  19. John says:

    Many people get a Psych Degree because they are trying to figure out why they are crazy.
    Looks like the shoe fits.

    Liked by 4 people

  20. T2020 says:

    Um…I’m pretty sure the laughy-stabby-bleedy-threats got you fired, you NUTJOB.

    Liked by 1 person

  21. Gary D. says:

    This woman is like a member of a gang whom the gang-leader demands that she prove her membership bona fides.

    That’s what she’s doing. She feels that she must prove her bona fides as a member of the collective and this is how she’s doing so.

    Liked by 3 people

  22. Skeeball says:

    Caucasity…..how cute. The world welcomes another welfare sponge whose parents should have never given her a phone.

    Liked by 1 person

  23. Mario Flores says:

    Harvard indoctrinates them then installs them in strategic positions: not this time she did herself in, they will quietly rescue her though she’s an investment.

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  24. Dutchman says:

    Uh, why is she not incarcerated, for making terrorist threats?
    For her own and public safety, she needs to be in a room with thick rubber wallpaper, and wearing one of those funny jackets.
    The kind you have to dislocate your shoulder to take off.

    Perhaps after 6 months to a year of deprogramming, and some MAJOR meds, she can recover.

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  25. dwhitehurst says:

    So her “privilege” is to be a stabby terrorist and an oppressed victim all at the same time. Apparently they no longer teach Logic at Harvard. She’ll probably be offered a job with CNN.

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  26. ropala says:

    Worked for Deloitte, hmmm.
    Debit: Stabbing Expense
    Credit: Allowance for Undeniable Stupidity
    (This will complete the 100% reserve against Sympathy Receivable)

    Liked by 1 person

    • gsonFIT says:

      The big accounting firms determined that there was lots of $ in financing their client biz needs so the big 8 (I am dating myself) which I think is 4 major accounting firms merged and spun off “consulting” divisions This way they could sell goods as well as accounting services. This is a desirable and well paying position she lost…All because of Donald Trump!!!

      That sum-of-a…

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      • ropala says:

        Yes, two spin-offs from Arthur Andersen alone. I worked the forensic accounting bankruptcy clean-up for Bearing Point (KPMG, Peat Marwick, Mitchell and Main as far back as you wish to go!). A long way from “The Accounting Wars” book of the 1980s. Perhaps this wonderful ex-employee can take a stab at working for Andrew Weissmann, that “defender” of accounting firms.

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  27. SGH says:

    I’m just curious who is threatening to rape her, as she has proclaimed in her statements. I have never heard of a random rapist announcing their target.

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  28. Darell says:

    Marxist edu. They control everything from pre-k to graduate schools. There are millions more like her in the works. There is no peaceful solution. No election or law is going to make insane, hateful communists disappear. Only violence.

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  29. archibaldperth says:

    She has the nostrils of a serial killer.

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  30. Charlotte Powell Brooks says:

    And if a black person says, “All Lives Matter”, will you be stabbing them, too?
    It’s not the life that matters, it’s the color?

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  31. J says:

    The reliance on tech and social media is harmful to young minds. Ive been saying this for 20 years.

    I was in a McDonalds several years ago. There were four kids sitting at a table nearby. All four had their heads down looking at thier devices. They would all laugh at the same time. All would frown at the same time. Sitting within 2 feet of each other they were communicating via their devices.

    How is that healthy?

    Tech is like alcohol. In small doses it can be beneficial but if your life revolves around it, if you derive your self worth through it, you will eventually destroy yourself. As my buddy likes to say nobody F**** me, like me. Self destruction is inherent in the reliance on tech.

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  32. gsonFIT says:

    Here first comment was “I know this is what Trump supporters really want”. I think there was a Boo Hoo and or sniffle included but I don’t know how to quote that. It is always someone else’s fault in lib world. She is a product of the trophy generation and hasn’t learned to deal with adverse events. I bet her mom calls here boss or better yet shames them on social media.

    Excuse me. I bet her Momies call her employer. Just saw SD childhood pics

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  33. gsonFIT says:

    Here first comment was “I know this is what Trump supporters really want”. I think there was a Boo Hoo and or sniffle included but I don’t know how to quote that. It is always someone else’s fault in lib world. She is a product of the trophy generation and hasn’t learned to deal with adverse events. I bet her mom calls here boss or better yet shames them on social media.

    Excuse me. I bet her Momies call her employer. Just saw SD childhood pics

    Like

    • gsonFIT says:

      I hate signing on to WordPress early in the a.m. Serious question is there an easier way? I dupe a post 50 % of the time I clear my cache. Sorry

      Like

  34. gsonFIT says:

    Last one. HBD America

    Liked by 2 people

    • kenji says:

      OMG! Child abuse! That airport name should be stripped for this scene alone ! Ohhhhhhhhh maaaammmmaaaaa.

      OTOH … I learned how to swim the exact same way. Tossed off a floating dock at Clear Lake CA. All I needed was that single self-taught lesson. I guess my innate sense of self-preservation is stronger than my drowning surrender gene.

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  35. Gary Lacey says:

    A Harvard Grad with a degree in Black Activism with the propensity to utter balderdash.

    Liked by 1 person

  36. Conservative_302 says:

    If you support Trump, you are on the right side of history. This girl is so pathetic. She makes me want to puke! She is an embarrassment to the human race. I live in DE, and the people I talk to even in this liberal state don’t like what is going on. There’s more power in MAGA than we think. May God bless America and Trump.

    Liked by 2 people

  37. walt39 says:

    How to trash your life instantly. There’s no good obvious way to fix what she has just broken, even if she had the wit to try.

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  38. Minuteman says:

    Chris Crocker just called and said don’t be such a drama queen.

    Liked by 1 person

  39. Merkin Muffley says:

    What, you can’t threaten to stab anyone anymore???

    Liked by 3 people

  40. Minuteman says:

    More proof that a Harvard “education” is all about learning foolishness.

    That’s where That total stuttering failure Obama went, isn’t it?

    Liked by 2 people

  41. Mike in a Truck says:

    I want to thank the Evil Red Chinese. No seriously. They have accomplished for us what 40 years of Conservative and Libertarian efforts have failed to do. The destruction of the Marxist educational system. Who’d a thunk that a tiny little bug could wake parents up to what a craphole they’re thrown their life savings into paying for college to educate the the little creeps they’ve spawned. Online learning is the future not returning to the “normal” of waehousing youngsters in Communist controlled government run schools.

    Liked by 2 people

  42. Retired USMC says:

    Ahhhh..now we see the reason gay adoption should be illegal…sick begets sick…

    Liked by 3 people

  43. samwise163 says:

    Most millennials are unable to critically think or process abstract thoughts. They are just as Sundance describes. Very few actually know how to problem solve. I have had many as a preceptor and mentor, and the overwhelming majority demand to be spoon fed EVERYTHING.

    Liked by 4 people

  44. Roger Duroid says:

    Wait until you see where she ends up. This was a major career boost, now she is the victim and will land a gig with some SJW company, like NIKE.

    Liked by 3 people

  45. Arik Sharon says:

    Did our princess just become a career barrista?

    Liked by 2 people

  46. Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

    She appears to be a completely unstable attention ho. I’m glad Deloitte fired her. I have a feeling she was fired for more than just her stab comment. She was probably spending too much time attention ho-ing and not enough time doing work.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      I think the person who hired her should also be fired. You can tell by her other videos that she’s total drama and attention ho-ing. lol Bound to be trouble eventually.

      Liked by 2 people

  47. Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

    Joe Rogan interesting interview with Social Psychologist Jonathan Haidt
    covers EXACTLY what happened to this gal.
    The “Prestige Economy & Call-Out Culture” (around 15 min mark)

    Liked by 1 person

    • cheering4america says:

      There is A LOT in this lengthy video that is worth discussing, hardly know where to start, but at approximately 1:16 on, after a lengthy assessment of how child-rearing has changed to “Protect” a child at all costs as opposed to letting the child grow through normal childhood challenges, Mr. Haidt says this: “If we think that kids are at risk of harm from letting them out, but we don’t see that they’re at risk of harm from keeping them in, then we’re going to make the wrong decision.”

      This comment was literally with reference to raising children, but it struck me as a comment on our shelter-in-place theory. I would compare a strong immune system medically to resiliency learned by normal childhood situations, unrelieved by helicopter parenting protections.

      (As an aside, the Psychological Disorders chart for pubescents/teens/young adults started going off the chart beginning about 2009. Hmmm, what happened in 2009? He blames it on Generation Z which was parented in a certain way; personally, MY stress level went up hugely during this time period.)

      Liked by 1 person

      • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

        Agreed…A LOT.

        Gotta hand it to Joe Rogan.
        One word: INQUISITIVE
        He is not self-absorbed (ahem Hannity), asks very good questions and LISTENS to the answers.

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    • Vince says:

      That is a good video, especially starting about 1:14.

      Liked by 1 person

  48. Padric says:

    TL:DR version: What she said was stupid but is a great example of the disconnect that happens when someone is staring at a screen and not another person.

    Longer version:

    The disconnect that goes on in ones brain in regards to what is considered to be socially acceptable when posting things online has been known about for 20 years now. It’s partly because there is no immediate body language feedback from the people around you as soon as the words are out of your mouth.Say something those around you consider to be offensive? Well, in person even if there is no immediate outcry against what you said there is always the either ensuing uncomfortable silence that follows and the shifting of people’s body’s that give you the clues that you just upset people. Online, however, there is no body language to interpret. Silence means nothing. You get “vocal” responses either for or against, but even those lack the voice inflections that carry any sort of nuance.

    Over the years, as more outrageous behavior online has become acceptable, the less people are aware of that disconnect because they’ve become conditioned to it. When people get a negative response to something they posted, instead of apologizing or at least reflecting on what they said as would occur in face to face interactions, they simply seek out those who share their same opinions. Why? Simple, really. Because nobody ever wants or at least likes to admit they were wrong and it is far easier to find like minded thinking on a communication device that connects billions of people around the globe.

    The other part of it comes from the fact that we stare at a screen as we are typing. There isn’t another person there staring us in the face. I wish I could find it now, but I recall a study that was done in the early 2000’s on cyber bullying in schools. The things some of these kids were posting about each other were horrific, but when confronted with their statements in person they were embarrassed by them. When asked to repeat their statements to a group of their peers, many refused. So the end result is, because they are staring into a screen when they type or speak these statements, there is no social conditioning present as to refraining from what is considered to be socially unacceptable. Once that face to face interaction was present, the same person who posted the original statements suddenly found them unacceptable.

    Add to it the multiple studies that have been done showing that the more time someone spends on line, the lonelier they tend to be. So as a result they not only have a disconnect as to what is socially acceptable, but they are also simultaneously craving acceptance in order to fend off that loneliness.

    I have no doubt that to a group of like minded peers, had she made these statements in person they would have all simply nodded in agreement and that would have been the end of that. But she didn’t. She posted it to the world, and if my guess is right she did so because she thought her comparison of a stab wound to a paper cut was clever and wanted the world to see just how clever she was and was seeking praise and acceptance.

    Bullying, making hyperbolic statements, pushing the norms of society were all things that used to be done face to face. Now, people in many ways don’t have those same peer circles so instead of only a few people, that you have some kind of emotional investment in and don’t want to offend, now when they do or say something offensive it’s not a dozen or so people it’s thousands or millions.

    Thank God my kids rarely use social media of any sort. Even so, they have had it drilled into their heads over and over again one very simple rule of thumb: Before you post anything online, ask yourself this question, “Would I say this face to face to someone and if I did, would mom or dad ground me for saying it?” and if the answer to the first part is no or the second part is yes, then don’t post it.

  49. Puzzled says:

    There’s a lot of programed mental illness nurtured by the education system and media culture. Going to be very hard and take a long time to work its way out of the system. Need to stop the flow by overthrowing the education and media mafias.

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  50. DanJ1 says:

    What a waste. Her Deloitte job out of college paid between $70,000 and $90,000 depending on where she was based. They would get her an MBA company paid and by the time she reached 30 she would be making $125,000 to $150,000 a year. I guarantee you she went to Harvard on some program that covered her tuition so she really has nothing invested in her education or success. Her fall will be painless since the system she loves will coddle her. She probably already has six figures in a GoFundMe account.

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