Now, you can argue that no one will see it anyway on Twitter. And yes, you‘re probably right.
However, what angers me is the mindset. Imagine you‘re a customer, and the company is publicly laughing about something you did. How would you feel? Not taking seriously? Disrespected? Even angry? You‘d be right.
Meanwhile, journalists are always complaining about the lack of trust, and that they‘re perceived as arrogant. Guess what: If you have the mindset that you‘re customers are stupid, you very well deserve it.
So, that‘s my rant done for today.
But what about grammar in the reader‘s comments? That‘s a difficult topic. Not everybody is capable of flawless writing – and show me one journalist that hasn‘t published a typo. (By the way, another reason not to laugh about others.)
Alright, you turn.
What do you think about this issue? Am I too sensitive, or do you agree? Hit me up on Twitter
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. I‘m curious about your opinion.