Epistemological Terrorism

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They’re not just “changing the definition of words” — they’re waging a war on the human mind itself by divorcing concepts from their referents.  This is nothing less than epistemological terrorism.

They appropriate and intentionally misuse words until they enter common usage, and when called to account they’ll simply cite high-profile examples as “authoritative”.

Forget the gender crap for a moment — just look what they did with the word ‘literally’.  Dictionaries are now being updated to claim that it means both itself and its negation. A is simultaneously “A” and “not A”.

Does that seem inconsequential?  Well, imagine if they were to start doing this with words like ‘exploitation’, ‘equality’, ‘fascism’, and ‘racism’.

Oh, wait… 👀

People are being programmed to gleefully participate in their own lobotomies.

Epic Twitter Meltdown

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Quite possibly the single-greatest Twitter meltdown I have ever witnessed.  This thread has EVERYTHING — identity politics, feminism, victimhood, and the word ‘literally’ misused so many times, I finally stopped counting.

I particularly like the part when she contemplates calling her lawyer and receives a response only nine minutes and five tweets later.  (She then goes on to complain about white Jews complaining about libel.)

As an added bonus, by the end of the thread it becomes clear that this brave womxn of color doesn’t even qualify a Jew under Jewish law.

FACEBOOK: Misused Adverbs

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The words ‘randomly’ and ‘literally’ are two of the most grating adverbs in the English language by virtue of how frequently they are misused — even in print.

GET AN EFFING DICTIONARY. Ride a goddamned Alot over to the nearest Barnes & Noble if that’s what it takes, because I *personally guarantee* that the concepts you are struggling to convey will be listed under the respective forms ‘spontaneous’ and ‘figurative’.