“In the modern age of social networking, you might not want to point the finger at journalists. Don’t blame us, we’re not the ones responsible for sanitizing your newsfeed.” No, but you are responsible for providing accurate and reliable information. Anyone can be a journalist, it doesn’t take a degree, or an Einstein IQ, just someone willing to research, and dig deep for the truth and present it to a wide audience. But so many people tend to put their opinions and emotions before facts and forget their purpose as journalist. Plus, there are more important things in life than Facebook, and watching people make fools of themselves on social media. YouTube is popular for that reason and most of the people who become sensations are just goofballs with no real purpose in life. On top of that, Facebook and Twitter makes people incapable of having face-to-face conversations (a with actual health problems) with others, because they spend all their time in front of a screen and don’t know how to interact with people in real life.