The Trump administration is less than one month old and unity seems like a pipe dream, especially if you log on to social media.
Everyone has an opinion and they’re not afraid to share it, which is both the beauty and tragedy of the internet—it allows great access to information, but also erects a barrier to civility.
Though your name and likeness may be attached, you can hide behind whatever profile you’ve created for yourself. In the words of everyone’s mothers, “You can be whatever you want to be.”
On most days, this is just fine. But since the election, it’s caused some heartburn.
My idea of a good time is not logging on to Facebook to see that my family and friends have very strong opinions the exact opposite of mine.
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