I don’t understand the Reddit site very well and I’d like to tell you of my most recent experience there and ask your opinions. I hope it is OK for me to tell you of this experience and ask for your opinions.
I visited that site today and the top item was the following question: “What is the most evil thing to do to a blind man?”
There were five comments following this question and most all of them appeared to be jokes about people who are blind.
My first reaction was that I must have done something wrong or wound up at the wrong site somehow. I couldn’t imagine that Reddit would allow their members to make fun of blind people because Reddit is normally a very reliable and useful site.
I did some checking and went to Ask.com and asked “How many people in the US are blind?” The answer was approx 3 percent.
I hope it is OK for me to ask you all the following:
Did I do something wrong and did I somehow wind up at the wrong site?
Is this sort of thing allowed on Reddit?
It seems to me that no matter how many people are blind, it must be a mistake to laugh at blind people and attempt to use them as a source of humor. After all, any number of us can become blind at any time and there is nothing funny about being blind.
I don’t know enough about Reddit to post a link to that page so as to prove to you that it does exist. If anyone is able to do that I sure would appreciate it.
I have sorted my Reddit site by “hot” items. I hope that will help you to find it.
Maybe this is a valid link?
I’m guessing that some of you may say that it’s improper for me to post questions or opinions about the Reddit site in this forum. I just hope it is OK for me to do that.