What to Do When You See Something on the Internet You Disagree with

Occasionally, as you surf the internet, you may encounter thoughts and opinions that are different from your own. You should have a plan in place so that you can respond properly at the time. Some people feel a duty to correct faulty assertions. What will be the outcome of such an encounter? Julia Lepetit and Andrew Bridgman of Dorkly offer an interactive game on the subject.

Personally, to prepare for such a disaster, I keep a large supply of ponies just one click away.

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Geez, I can't believe people like you, who go around taking advantage of the needy! Just because you "sell it at a discount", you're still profiting, thus taking advantage of those who are unable to get by on their own!! I hope that someday you're down-on-your-luck and some rich know-it-all sells YOU something "at a discount" that you probably can't afford, just so you'll see what it's like!!! People like you are exactly what's wrong with this country, where the rich get richer by taking advantage of the needy!!!! Thanks a lot, O'Bama!!!!!
Every sentence has one more exclamation mark than the previous one!!!!!!
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