As our civilization becomes ever more polarized, and the consequences of that polarization become more and more severe, it appears to me that it would be good to have a way to know who is who. For example... what if there were a way to tell if someone was a lefty liberal just by reading their writing? Even if it was just a review or a non-political letter?
Turns out you can already do that. See in the age of the internet people are, more than ever, voluntarily dividing up into sub-cultures... and as always... sub-cultures develop unique colloquialisms. Gamers may say, "ok Leroy Jenkins" and everyone will know what they mean. Motorcyclists refer to "cagers". So if you hear someone refer to people who drive cars as a "cager" you can bet that dude rides a motorcycle... a lot.
Nicely... this holds true of web-based communities as well. Perhaps even more so. So... what we should see is a pattern of commonly used words or phrases that are unique to left liberal web-based communities. Sure enough... there they are. So... let's make a list. I'm gonna start with some easy and obvious ones...
- Thanks for this.
- So Brave.
- Not Ok
These show up in literally every liberal thread or post. A left liberal simply cannot express their outrage without using the phrase "not ok". And like wise... liberals will fall all over themselves to show support for that outrage by replying "Thanks for this!" and "So Brave!"
There are lots of other give away phrases. So.... Let's get to it. Let's build the definitive comprehensive list.