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Uninformed Outrage: Reacting Without Reading

Here's a quick thought that will strike most of you as incredibly obvious: if you are going to comment on a blog post, newspaper article, YouTube video, or some other content you encounter online, read/watch it first. I know, this should go without saying. The thing is, people seem to be doing this with increasing frequency. It is now unusual for me to make it through a day without someone contacting me via social media or email to react to something I've shared, only to have the content of their reaction make it apparent that they never read the content to which they are reacting.
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