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Sometimes comment sections should be silent.

by ErikaStellar on April 16, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


Sometimes the online comment sections following the articles about tragic events should be turned off. It is inappropriate to tout and spout unrelated opinions and speculations when people have lost family and friends. It seems that some people cannot control themselves enough to deliver a simple condolence. There is more to be said through silence. Have respect. Also I should just stop looking at comment sections when I read news online.

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