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I wouldn't say meaningless but there are a good number of people who toss those words out so casually it diminishes actual moments where racism, a phobia and real hatred, has occurred. I remember the Righties getting upset when Trump was called Hitler but now we have some who accuse non-righties of being Nazis every dang day.
It's interesting you say that. I recall there was a survey or a study done involving food. People where given two plates of the exact same thing (but they didn't know that) and they were told one plate came from a fast food joint, the other from a high end restaurant and cost much more than the other. Nearly all of them said the higher priced one tasted much better....but it was the same ingredients, from the same place.
Actually let me ask you something that came up in another conversation, which started this one.
Say someone is dying of a disease where their is no cure. He/she wants their life to end sooner and contracts with an artist to assist with their death or wait for their death then have their body arranged, either in whole or in parts, as art. Could that be seen as art?
WAY off the wall question, I know but I'm curious about what it would take to push the boundary too far for most people.
I would guess, and this is totally a guess, that people want fame to open doors for them.
I mean, look at that chick who started the whole (RIDICULOUSLY stupid) "Howba da" meme, or whatever it was.
Because the internet made her famous she was invited to parties, was able to gain attention and met celebrities.
Otherwise she'd be completely unknown.