I thought it was appropriate that the conversation dutifully trudged through reexamining what we want as citizens for and of this society.
It wasn't overtly political (edit: nah, this does sound inherently political), more of an attempt to define a push for common, logical interests in this rapidly unfolding era of information chaos, given the increasingly unequal wealth distributions resulting from "populist" regimes. citation; yeahhh
Sounded to me like some very reasonable and informed hubski'ers are worried about diverging truths based on media bubbles. Yes from me.
There seems to be a relatively widespread sense of a need for seriously inverting the status quo.
Stocks are good though.