>> This is so wrong.
>> See something online that offends you and
you want to tell the world about it?
>> You might want to think twice about that.
>> Let me explain.
>> See, Charles here just read an article that offends him.
>> This is outrageous.
>> And how’s he going to fight back?
>> I’m going to post about this on Facebook.
>> All my friends need to see this trash.
>> But when he posts about it on Facebook, his friends click on the link.
>> Are you kidding me?
>> And they wind up sharing it too.
>> You know what?
[SOUND] you have got to see this, ridiculous.
>> But all those clicks mean more traffic for
whoever published that article.
>> My god look at all these views.
>> It’s amazing.
>> And when you get more traffic that means more banner ads and
more ad revenues coming in.
>> Cha ching.
>> And when he sees how much money that article’s making him.
>> Listen, we need more stories about this ASAP.
>> Just means the Internet gets more and more terrible.
>> No, no, no.
>> Publish it now.
>> No, don’t worry about spell check.
>> Just publish it
>> I know it sucks but we live under the tyranny of clicks and
basically you make what you hate.
>> So, what should I do when I’m offended?
>> Well definitely don’t link to that thing and may I suggest,
stop leading your life looking for reasons to be offended.
>> So, just stop being offended?
>> Like, cold turkey?
>> [LAUGH] But I’m in the middle of a post right now about something I’m
really offended about.
>> Here, I’ll help.
>> Well, the tickets-
>> Well, I just have a couple in the queue.
>> You don’t have to get offended
>> But my last post got 82 likes.
>> [CROSSTALK] Charles, Charles, no more getting offended.
>> [LAUGH] I’m not offended, I can not be offended by anything.
>> Steve, give me your opinion on transgender bathrooms.
[SOUND] I disagree with that so much.