Very sad state of affairs over on Substack. It’s hard for me to understand what the draw is for being part of a community like that. Choose where you spend your digital minutes wisely. An author who makes accusations and won’t engage in honest dialogue doesn’t seem like such a good bargain.
Thank you Cliff.
Substack takes people through the looking glass into a mad tea party, an absurdist play. Celia keeps stirring the pot for clicks and eyeballs on day four with no sign of confusion abating. I can’t imagine the Camelot campaign is too happy about that. Just to be clear, the comments I made over two days are gone, because I had only created an account to deal with the situation she created. Once I made my point, I deleted the account. Honestly it feels like it is having a bad influence on people. There is a very negative energy in that space. Be mindful of where you put your attention. These networked systems are designed to hypnotize you with sleight of hand and lure you into the ant computer. Don’t lose your humanity. It is a precious gift.