Fake sentiments – can you see them everywhere? Why? For what?

Fake sentiments {especially holidays}

Here’s some food for thought. In particular, in regards to the recent Memorial Day weekend.

We spot-checked “social media” just enough to see a metric ton of BS spread wide and thick. Fake sentiments we like to call them.

All over the interwebs were virtue-sniveling “updates” along the lines of this:

“Thank you (blah blah) service (yadda yadda) country… we honor you today and every day!”

Yet – NONE of those bullshit-spewing toolbags are sending DAILY thank you’s to those they spewed their fake hugs to on “Memorial Day.” They claim they “honor” them every day – but only “say” it once a year? What kind of shit is that? How is that verifiable? Who’s fact-checking that garbage? NO ONE! Because it’s not true!

We waited a bit to see if our initial beliefs were valid.

How quickly they forget. The “feel good” tweets and other nonsensical and unemotional (and ultimately self-serving “words”) they pecked away on their touch-sensitive brain-suckers were just that. Phony words to make themselves feel superior. All those people sucking up to the holiday – moved on at 12:01 AM the next day to other things.

The online “social” world is an environment full of BS. Stinky BS. If you don’t feel “icky” because you’re witnessing all of it – then I’d suggest some help. Soon.

And one of the countless reasons why any sensible person wouldn’t “hang out” there regularly.fake sentiments in Hoboken about Memorial Day

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