if the world went on a rating system,
how do you think you’d do?
would you be a top influencer?
or would you be down in the pits of social siberia?
“nosedive” on “black mirror” on netflix stuck with me...
It’s currently happening!
uber drivers rate us/we rate them.
my uber score is a 4.64 out of 5.
the episode basically is about a world where we,
rate each other.
it’s like instagram/facebook come to life.
if your ratings goes into the lower numbers,
you can’t do certain things or get into certain places.
you are pretty much looked down upon.
that is why i can’t stop thinking about it.
this is about to be the future.
if someone doesn’t have “followers” on social media now,
or actively posting superficial wet dreams,
you’re pretty much an outcast.
self esteem is being tied into social media presence.
companies even want,
or go out of their way to investigate,
your social media in order to qualify you for a job.
foxhole tip: make another social media page for “jobs”.
put up about two or three pictures on it.
no body shots.
a facial and maybe food/your pet/the parental units.
make the intro very boring,
my name is ______________________.
i love happiness,
and my cat Felix!”
bryce dallas howard did such an amazing job bringing “lacie” to life.
she was so fake and her true intentions showed as the episode went on.
it’s like most of us who live in our social media bubbles.
are we genuinely happy others “like” us…
…or do we just want our numbers up?
the attentionistos can be fake af.
they get naked for the gram,
but when they’re featured on the foxhole for the same thing,
i think it’s a must watch as to where society is taking us.
i don’t think we gonna be able to stop it.
lowkey: i’m so guilty taking picture of my food like she did.
i think my rating would be average.
the way my attitude is set up…
i will say,
i’d love to give an immediate rating for bad service.
there are pros and cons to it…