J Marshall Smith (@jmarshallsmith)

2 weeks ago

Housefire/badapology no. 5 of 5! Finished with this little series. It was a a lot of fun and I hoped you liked it! - This sort of nonapology is always funny because it acknowledges wrongdoing but it tries to evade accountability by generalizing it instead of being specific about ones own wrongdoing. And since it is true that everyone can improve, and probably whoever is being apologized to also has made some mistakes, in a way this sort of a non-apology is a dishonest use of a truth.