So now we have the Chaz collective opporating in Seattle, Washington. Undoubtedly, a large number of its members are young people, late teens and early twenties. In normal cases, people of this age have difficulty keeping their mouths shut. Silence will be needed to make this work. Message discipline, the narrative, etc. need to be maintained.
Well, this isn’t going to happen. In days past, your women were taught to keep their mahouts shut, not to gossip and the like. That surely isn’t the case any more. It is on steroids with social media and the like. But it is not just the women; the soy boys are much like the women. In the days of old, they would be stoic team players (well at least somewhat).
So what will we learn from this? There is a price to pay for not having your troops be disciplined, particularly in the mouth. Also, that there just isn’t much difference between soy boys and the women they associate with.
Exit Question: What will the laughingstockness vs. time curve look like for Chaz?