Yesterday I used the anger emoji on Facebook for the first time ever.
Generally, when I am confronted on social media with something that affects me adversely, I use the crying roundface emoji. The more diabolic something or someone is online, the sadder I feel.
In the end, sadness usually seems like the only legitimate choice—at least, that’s the way it was up until yesterday when I chose anger.
All of which leads me to wonder Continue reading “The Anger Pastime: What’s Woke May Actually Be Broke”