It's interesting to see the different responses to this, a sort of Rorschach test for how people view the use of sanctioned violence (which all three Abrahamic faiths have, in both theory and practice, supported) 3/x
"A carbonised Rorschach test, you can see all sorts of shapes in it the longer you stare. One moment, it’s a wind sock seen through thick smog, the next it’s a turd comet, the next it’s the ghost of one of Robert Menzies’ eyebrows" https://t.co/EjPIeZR27t
Basically, it's another Super Bowl Rorschach test. If you hate the Pats, it's another reason to root for the Rams. If you love the Pats, it's another reason to hate the media. And really, who needs... https://t.co/Zz8FZ7xARv
This incident is a Rorschach test for racism. A white referee who once called a colleague “nigger” told a black wrestler to cut his dreadlocks off or be forced to forfeit. A white journalist called the young man a “team player.” I saw a kid being violated. https://t.co/P7snXXflug
Without Steve Ditko there would have been no Spider-Man, no Doctor Strange, no Creeper, no Hawk and Dove, none of the black and white reprint comics I read in seaside resorts as a boy. No The Question (which means no Rorschach). No Mister A. No mystery.
Sandmann doesn’t think he has anything to apologize for. Fine. I understand why. But until folks like him bother-for even just a minute-to see how their own actions are perceived, these racial Rorschach tests will keep happening. More smirks, more division https://t.co/6IvswcXzDu
"The story is a Rorschach test—tell me how you first reacted, and I can probably tell where you live, who you voted for in 2016, and your general take on a list of other issues." https://t.co/Gvcl7IZ9Ju