In the virtual world, thinking before pressing the “enter” key is the equivalent of thinking before speaking. It’s the milliseconds before using it in an IM chat, the seconds before clicking it for a comment on a social network, or the minutes you have to think before pressing it to post something, that determine your fate and the features of your virtual “you”.
I think it’s really interesting how ancient man found a way to exonerate his absurd ideas from scrutiny; by inventing the concept of “holiness”. Want to protect a silly lie from criticism? Just say that it came from a holly source that’s above inspection.