Is there a difference between integrity of an online persona and integrity of the actual person?
If you were to see someone online who constantly throws insults, lies about things, doesn't own up to their lies when they are exposed, or does not apologize for calling someone else a liar after being proven wrong, is that any indication of how they act in their day to day life?
Or is it safe to assume that since this is the internet, no one cares?
Probably it is just a piece of them....this online persona. You'd probably be surprised how one can act one way on the internet--they're probably a lot nicer and more polite in real life! I think because we are all behind a computer screen, it is easy to forget that there is a real individual with feelings at the other end. I know I myself have been guilty of that. To sum up, I wouldn't assume it's the entire person you're getting on here, just a piece.
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