28 September 2023

Watching The Cat Fight

I am watching two sides of a fight where the fighters are not directly engaged in dialog.

They are talking about each other.

One side is taking screen shots to support their position.

The other is making claims without any substantiation.

It definitely skews which side I'm believing.

Not that my belief matters a bit.

The side showing screen shots is every bit as guilty of some of their accusations as the person they're slamming.

They're just demanding you be in lock step with their tune than the other guy.

And that shoves me back to neutrality.

1 comment:

  1. Those things are usually best watched from a distance. Don't want to get caught in any crossfire.
    -swj

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