The Verge: I’ve seen a lot of posts recently arguing that we need to focus more on the “fake news” of the internet, and it makes me wonder if we’ve really been living in the “real world” or just a simulation.
The Verge has a list of some of the most common claims of “fake” news on the internet today, but one of the biggest ones stands out for me.
Reality check: There are more facts than fiction in the fake news debate.
Here’s what I think: There’s a lot more fake news out there than I can remember, and people are just not paying enough attention to it.
That’s a good thing.
This is a problem that will be solved.
There are a lot less stories than we know about, and even fewer that we’re aware of.
If you look at the data on the total number of stories published on the web, there’s a clear pattern of what I’m talking about.
Most of the stories are about a news organization (which, in the case of the Washington Post, is CNN), with a lot going on with the media itself.
But there’s one story in particular that stands out: “The ‘real world’ is a simulation,” reads the headline of an article on the Daily Dot that claimed that people have been making up facts about the Internet to make themselves feel better about being racist and sexist.
(Note: The article has since been removed, but it’s worth reading if you’re curious about how people use the internet to “make themselves feel good.”)
The Daily Dot article claims that people are “making up facts” about the internet because they’re bored with the real world, and they want to feel better.
And they’re not wrong.
I think there are some real world problems here.
People are bored, and this is a good reason to be bored.
The real world is messy, with lots of different people, and there are a number of issues people face that they don’t even realize exist.
I don’t know how you could even have a conversation with someone in a conversation you are not actually in, let alone a conversation that involves your own existence.
This is not about being bored with things like the real World.
This is about making up things that you think are important, and then making them bigger, more ridiculous, and more important than they actually are.
In other words, if I were bored with “the real world” (or at least not “the fake news”), I’d probably just move on.
For me, though, it’s a real problem.
Because if we’re being honest, I think we’ve been living a simulation, in which there are many things we don’t realize are true and which can be used to make ourselves feel better, or even worse, make us feel like we don of any power.
It’s a problem we can’t really fix.
It’s not just about “fake stories,” either.
If you think about it, there are plenty of things that people do all the time that are not fake, but they’re very specific and specific ways that they do things, and you’re likely to see them in some kind of context.
The example I like to use is the way people do things on social media.
When I go to Twitter, I don’t see a bunch of people who are going to tweet that a lot, and if I saw it on Facebook, I’d just be like, “What?”
The problem is, there is no one I can point to in the real-world who is going to share all of my tweets. I don