- Nov 10, 2020
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Well, I'm glad you double-checked. I hope you understand the point I was trying to make.EDIT: OH NO I'VE HAD A READING COMPREHENSION FAIL, YOU WERE TALKING ABOUT A HYPOTHETICAL EPISODE HYPOTHETICALLY MOCKING WOKE CULTURE NOT NEW STAR TREK ITSELF I HAVE DUNKED IN MY OWN HOOP. I APOLOGISE.
Countless times in my life, I've watched people make a lot of assumptions about things people say instead of working to read all of the nuance or seeking clarification. I do really appreciate every instance where someone takes that extra time.
It's not. It's essentially still about gatekeeping, which was part of the OP. Believe it or not, up to this point (I'm still reading the replies after this) the thread is still on topic!I'm completely lost. How the heck did we get from doxxing people to representation and wokeness?
"Normie" is not an insult. It is a term for quainter, simpler folks with some form of innocence, much like "child-like curiosity" isn't insulting one's maturity. Haha!I would like to state I am NOT a normie. Let's not resort to name-calling here.
But yes, it should still be used to describe people accurately.
@Ratatattat I'm pretty busy at the moment, and a glace at your post leads me to think I will need some time to read and digest it, so I can't respond at the moment. I just thought I would stop in for a sec because I saw the unedited Iron_Brew response in my email notifications and wanted to express that a mistake had been made.