It’s funny what a benevolent bot will like on Twitter. This time it’s not “social entrepreneur” spam, though.
Welcome to the world of conscientious gastro-blogging.
Mischa takes a pause to consider Conversations In The Kitchen. Sort of the politics-meets-cooking gimmick popularized by Kitchen Cabinet, albeit in book form… and by Alan Jones and Mark Latham.
My response was admittedly a tad scatological.
“Wherein every recipe is a paleo shit sandwich (i.e. they leave out the bread).”
This time around my comment copped a like from Paleo Touch and Frank – both social media advocates of the Paleo
cult diet. Apparently also aficionados of eating poop.
I don’t know which is more Orwellian; the idea that Paleo Touch and Frank provide sound, carefully sourced health advice, or the notion that Alan Jones and Mark Latham are warm enough to speak from the perspective of friendship.
Either way: Don’t eat the food.
Expressed a long-held sentiment on Twitter earlier today.
For those not cottoning on to what I’m saying here, it’s an understatement to say that exploitation isn’t something that social justice is for, yet the term “social entrepreneur” implies that it’s a desired part of the mission plan. It requires a degree of Orwellian double-think to internalize the semantics of the phrase, because the concept itself is self-contradictory.
My tweet got two likes.
Neil’s a friend. He’s well worth a follow on Twitter, and over at his blog. The other like is from “SocialChangeCentral”.
What’s “SocialChangeCentral” all about? What’s their reason to be?
“Looking for #funding and exposure to grow your #socialenterprise? Check out Australia’s premium #socent opportunities hub” – SocialChangeCentral
The bots are doing a fine line in Orwellian politics, but cripes, they’re failing the Turing test. Gawd. I hope it’s a bot that’s done this.
This little episode serves as a reminder: Don’t expect meaning to be generated by engagement with neoliberalism.