Non-answers kill me. I've been known to give a few myself but what the hell is up with people in law school speaking pure nonsense and everyone else nodding knowingly??? Overheard today:
"Individual consumers, you know, just contribute to this marketplace of ideas, and at the end of the day, that's how it is."
"Everything we've discussed here, this whole theme, is uniquely American in principle."
"Well, politicians are always treated differently, and that's not going to change, and it really just depends on whether you like Democrats or Republicans better, you know?"
"Are you not making my point? That's exactly my point, on another level."
"I don't necessarily know if we can trust much of anything, in my opinion."
These are all code for "I've been playing Solitaire for the last hour and am going to offer up a non-opinion opinion to act like I am particularly aware and nonchalant when really I'm kind of a douche." I love it, and I can fake it with the best of them, but COME ON. Everyone must've watched this and taken it to heart:
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