Read the damn article, people.
I've written for the fine people of the internet for more than a decade. At this point, you'd think nothing would surprise me.
I mean, I've had private messages sent to my personal inboxes that would make a sailor blush. I've had people write jaw-dropping screeds in response to articles I've written that shouldn't even have been controversial. I've watched comment sections turn into mob-like madness and have been called every unsavory name in the book.
Sometimes I think I've seen it all—and then something like this happens.
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