Why does drama in the fediverse seem to happen so much? Well, it probably doesn’t happen much more than other types of communities, so let’s take a look at what’s going on here.
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"My older brother is a warped and disturbed individual. I really wish he would get his life together."
"He never calls or writes. Sometimes I even forget that he's my oldest son."
"I'm almost certain we dropped Sean on his head when he was born. He's nearly 30 years old, and STILL lives with me."