on-the-dont-at-me-crowd

This isn’t a terribly important thing to be writing about (like, ever – there are *much* bigger problems in the world), but I am seeing more and more of the “don’t @ me” moniker (or some variant of it) all across blogs, and Websites, and even on some Github pages. It’s pure pretentiousness – who said I was itching to “@” the person in the first place? But really, it is a form of **cancel culture** – not that it is publicly ostracizing another person for not being “PC”, or whatever – it (the “don’t @ me” sentiment) is more of a form of cancellation *in general*. nnEssentially, “don’t @ me” is nothing more than a sideways ways of saying “I’m better than you”, and nothing else.nnBut if that’s their flex, let them have itn

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