Actually, there are a lot of people on my list who disagree with me on the political and social spectrum. Even once, I found that blogger A who interacted with me blackened another blogger B who interacted with me, and diss had another blogger C who both A and B hated and interacted with me.
Fortunately, I can understand the behavior of blogger ABC, and I can judge what I don’t like to hear, leaving only the valuable part for me.
But to be honest, I think in recent years, the density of bloggers’ABC and people’s forced quarrels has gradually increased, and it’s hard to find other bloggers who make me feel different but still reasonable. The main reason is that if I want to see it in the timeline, it must be because there are many fans in it, or because something has gone wrong. These two situations inevitably lead to the expansion of self, the normalization of tearing, the bickering, especially fierce, and so on.
People with different opinions and mild personalities often emerge transparently.
Unless there are other unexpected events that I can see, such as good looks, special comedy, great wealth, good manners and so on (fog), this is completely out of reach.
So social networking is not a good thing. Really not.