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I won't rant, I'll ramble

I’ve wanted to rant for days and days, but I haven’t gotten my thoughts in order. I want to rant about all sorts of things from politics to social injustices, to neighborhood crazies on Facebook and Mommy Wars. 949 more words

The Daily

Cheap Fervor: Social Media Ranting and the Intoxication of Indignation

I’ve realized something lately, because of something I’ve noticed but not paid much attention to for the last several years. What I’ve realized is that people in our culture love to be angry. 733 more words

American Culture

Megaphone Man!

Before I begin, in all fairness, I should explain exactly what a ‘rant’ is.  It is one of those words that just floats around with many definitions, sending everyone into a frenzy so that they end up writing their own rants and so on…  So believe it’s a release of frustration more commonly refered to as ‘venting’. 614 more words


Whatever is undeserved is unjust

Indignation is the feeling directly opposed to pity, so that is what Aristotle discusses next. He reminds us that indignation is anger or irritation evoked by what we perceive to be unjust treatment (or in his wording, feeling pain at unmerited good fortune). 117 more words


Malachi 1:4-5

Whereas Edom saith, We are impoverished, but we will return and build the desolate places; thus saith the LORD of hosts, They shall build, but I will throw down; and they shall call them, The border of wickedness, and, The people against whom the LORD hath indignation for ever. 19 more words