It's Not Just Star Wars? In fact, if this extremely in-depth wiki is to be believed, it's very, very complicated indeed! There is the light side, aligned with compassion and goodness, and the powerful but destructive dark side. It's a story that makes for compelling movie mythology -- and as we'll no doubt see today, incredible ticket sales -- but it only exists in a fictional galaxy far, far away, right? The dark triad Of course, here on earth, no one has yet succeeded in moving objects with their mind despite the efforts of countless Star Wars fans over the years , but that doesn't mean that we've totally escaped the pull of the dark side.
But instead of embracing this newly-accessible social circle, we seem to be reverting to tribalism and outrage. Amanda Cassidy discovers the troll that lives inside us all. When did it become acceptable to pass comment so flippantly? And why is reasoned argument increasingly ditched for wild rants that quickly turn personal? Patrolling the Trolls A recent study by Pew Research found that four in ten of us have been harassed in some capacity on social media from insults to verbal abuse.
The dark side of social media: Why is everyone online so ANGRY?
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