Dr. Craig Considine, a sociologist at Rice University, has noticed some trends in how people use social media to respond to tragedy. He notes four predictable stages that the average Facebook user goes through surrounding a terror attack:
I look forward to the day where this message is no longer relevant or applicable to our world. #Munich pic.twitter.com/kIfvSA2ojd
— Dr. Craig Considine (@CraigCons) July 22, 2016
How about you do something of real fucking use rather than massaging your own conscience with a profile photo change?