Aaron – Are you referring to comment walls across the web where people – due to relative anonymity coupled with ubiquitous access to diverse opinions – blast each other verbally in ways that they never would in person? That feels more like manners…but the implication there is that acceptance of that kind of behavior online could translate into cultural acceptance and new norms for in-person engagement, which leads to a (negative) societal shift in the way we relate to each other. Far less respect and dehumanization.