The Comment Section

When the history of our era is written, it will say that World War III did not begin in a chemistry laboratory or in a hall of state, it began in the comment sections of articles and message boards.

The only answer? Strictly moderated messages. The first second anybody gets even remotely impolite, the moderator simply deletes the message. I have no idea what Chinese message boards are like, but I have to imagine something like that is what happens over there.

…but over here, until other people are willing to strictly moderate their comments, I’m not going to be the only person online leading by example.

About the Author
Evan Tucker, alias A C Charlap, is a writer and musician residing in Baltimore. He is currently composing music for all 150 Biblical Tehillim. A Jewish Music Apollo Project - because "They have Messiah, we have I Have a Little Dreidel." He is currently on #11. Eight of the first ten are pretty avant garde, but they're going to get more traditional as he gets further in. https://accharlap.bandcamp.com/ Evan also has a podcast called 'It's Not Even Past - A History of the Distant Present' which is a way of relating current events to history and history to current events. https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/itsnotevenpast Most importantly, he is also currently working on a podcast called Tales from the Old New Land, fictional stories from the whole of Jewish History. The podcast is currently being retooled, the link to the new version will be up in the next month or so.
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