Internet Confessional

Don’t forget these internet sins next time you go to confession (shared from First Things):

Bless me, Father, for I have sinned; it has been one day since my last confession.

Three times I participated in an argument about trigger warnings. Each time I swore it was my last.

Once I replied “lol i’m not mad, it’s just funny to me”

Father, I was super mad.

I read an article about whether Taylor Swift is problematic.

I read an article about whether Beyonce is a feminist.

I read an article about whether Lana del Rey is a feminist, and shared it with a friend.

I spent 45 minutes of my workday looking for a specific reaction gif.

I passive-aggressively favorited all the tweets from one person in a heated argument.

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h/t Danny Hindman

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Benjamin Robertson

Benjamin Robertson
Benjamin Robertson is a founding editor at Second Nature. He has worked in advertising for the Chicago Tribune and Gannett, and now is a web developer at Up&Up. He studied Communications and Media Studies under Dr. Read Schuchardt at Wheaton College in Illinois. He has presented papers on Marshall McLuhan, media ecology, and Christianity at the Media Ecology Association, National Communication Association, and the McLuhan's Philosophy of Media Centennial Conference in Brussels. He lives with his wife, Ruth, in Greenville, SC. His personal website is benjamingrobertson.com

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