posted on Jul, 6 2013 @ 06:41 AM
Part of the fricking problem isn't just the trackability of social media, it's that America is a "teacup" country. Meaning, thanks to 9-11, we're
now the country that's accustomed to quaking in fear over the stupidest garbage imaginable, calling every single thing said and done under the sun
offensive, wailing when we don't get what we want right the F now, etc. We cannot handle anything like mature adults anymore, we fall apart &
freak out at max volume. Simply put, the USA is the land of chickensh** spoiled brats. And we're shocked that the mindset we've cultivated for 12
years has produced laws of excessive overreaction?
I've seen people in games go completely off the deep end & threaten other players with honest physical harm/death. It was quite clear they meant
business & would likely follow through if given a chance. This usually results in a forum posting ban, game chat ban, or an outright IP ban. But
sarcastic comments on FB get you prison time? WTH?