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    • Alexa
      Top reader this weekScoutScribe
      2 weeks ago

      There are only two possible explanations for why this might be. The first is that people are dumber than a bag of hammers.

      The second is that when people tell you what they think about “reopening” and “masks,” they aren’t actually talking about the coronavirus. They’re telling a story about how they see themselves and their place in the world.

      This is the sort of stuff that shows how important telling stories is. And not just any, but better, more honest, more compelling stories from people who care enough to advocate for the truth.

    • SEnkey
      2 weeks ago

      The lesson here is that these stories aren’t really about vaccines or bioweapons or population control. Instead, they’re meta-parables about how the people telling them see themselves and feel about their place in the world.

      It would be sad if it weren’t dangerous to the rest of us.