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The Comments made on social networks

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Social networks have become the main place for the exchange of texts among millions of users around the world, becoming forums, workshops and a common place for the convergence of proposals, ideas or nonsense, which is why they have become segmented.

This dynamic results in comments on what is posted by a person and, according to the disposition, accuracy and form, links are established with those who post it, which is why our writings become letters that arrive quickly and receive the same responses.

This speed has anarchy as a passenger and we must be careful that it does not represent an obstacle for the good proceeding, synthesized in the way we send our response letter.

These in the form of comments can be classified according to the content and so we have:

Anarchists: Those who, due to multiple circumstances, including idleness and lack of education, do not give value to what they read and transform their words into weapons that fire expletives, attacks and insults.

Lunatics: Who respond to topics with gibberish that is completely unrelated to the idea or topic being discussed.

The Pharisees: Who use the easy way of responding with some nice phrase, and in many cases without reading the text to which they are responding.

The egocentric: They express the issue raised but from their own point of view which, according to the scribe who responds, is the true and infallible one.

Emoticontes: Those who use the method of placing an emoticon, meme or image as a response and generally do not read the text to whom it is placed.

Proofreaders: Who claim to have noticed spelling, editorial or other faults that they name but never specify in which part of what they have read.

The destructive ones: They emphasize errors or failures by making them public, but instead of providing solutions, they use them to attack those who commit them.

Constructive: After reading the whole text, they point out any fault and propose a solution to solve it.

The absent-minded: They post answers to what they read that have no relation to the topic raised.

The speakers: They are the ones who do not write but answer everything with audio messages.

There are many more and even ramifications of those mentioned above.

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