Here's a simple trick for banning propagandists from college campuses:
Explain cyberstalking to baby boomers.
University chancellors don’t know what it is. They’re 60-year-old men who think they’re the ACLU. Times have changed. They don’t understand ambient abuse, and they’ve bought into the myth of the millennial snowflake.
Just as millennials need to know their history, Simon & Schuster editors need to know how tweets work.
I’ve fallen into the trap of “I can’t with you!” too quickly, forgetting the most important lesson of the 21st century: adults don’t know what the internet is.
And they're forgetting the other most important lesson of the 21st century: that behind every mob, there’s a yelly guy barfing lies.
A starter packet:
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