Yeah, and now they have the grounds for it. It was one thing for Hayden and Billy, because logistics and red tape’s a bitch, but Quinton’s practically a sex offender already, so…Anyway, you know, Axel being voiced by someone else wouldn't be so bad.
Uh…We knew he was a deplorable years ago... Most thought it was wrong to criticize someone for their politics back then, lol.
I’m not sure what to say here. It really depends on context and nuance I suppose. Generally, talking about politics is taboo in polite conversation. Doing so makes one seem very uncouth and boorish. Conversation is an art, and talking about the three no-no topics, one of them being politics, is just…
I mean, one can do it behind closed doors with a confidante or a spouse, so there’s that, but otherwise it’s just disgraceful and embarassing. It’s Etiquette 101.
However, the caveat is internet and social media is a very recent phenomenon, that’s there’s no set rule yet on what is unacceptable to talk about online, and the skills learned at conversation is thrown out the window because it’s a different ballpark. The only rule of thumb so far is “stay in your lane and don’t reveal personal information” which is very vague.