Bachelor‘s in English from Northwest University. Allergic to clichés.
The Pop Wars were an embarrassing time in social media history. Every style of pop culture took it upon themselves to prove who was the trendiest. From minor fads to the dominant idols of America, the internet had become a bloody landscape of overly competitive communication. New modes of interrelations between people were being lost in the reposts and reactions numbing the sophistication of human interaction. Anybody paying attention to the true contributions of these movements were less impressed and more concerned with the direction it was taking society. It was getting nasty because the toxic atmosphere of people joking about anything using popular ideas fostered an attitude of anonymous quarrels. Screen names symbolized their preference of trope. The judgment came down hard on any who failed to consistently live up to their clever pseudonym which became their identity more than their real persona. This was a major point of contention.