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Fakeness for Follows, Applauding Bad Behavior, Correcting Failures
Episode 424th August 2022 • Get Off My Soapbox • Mad Morgan
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Why do people act overly supportive and positive just to maintain a following? Why do we seem to support bad behaviors that we know are wrong? What happened to ‘Dislikes’ on social media platforms? Is this to prevent Trolls or Toxic people?

Do people know that it is ok to show disapproval? Do people know that the only way to help people grow and improve is to actually tell them they are doing it wrong? Yes, there are desperate measures for desperate times but that excuse only goes so far. How do people not know that their scandalous acts will follow them and grant them less opportunity in the future? If we don’t correct wrongful doing do we just feel people will magically see the light and right way?

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