And everyone answered, "Not I"
And a few months earlier, I also wrote this: Hipster, seeking to explain in brief what makes hipsters. For those who don't want to read that brief essay, I will make an even briefer summary: the ideal of hipster culture is to turn everything into material to be judged, critiqued and taken apart (because deconstruct is too good for what hipsters do), with the hipster themselves being an abstract entity, mocking and taking apart everything, but never having to explain or justify themselves.
And one of the places you see this most dangerously is on the internet, because on the internet, its easy to critique and mock, but a whole lot harder to explain what exactly you do, and why it is so much more important than what other people do. To judge suggests that there must be some standards by which things can be judged, something that hipsters, and other people who hold things only in mockery, seem to have forgotten. So the question is, for everyone who wants to be sarcastic and put other people down (and as it was written, is that any different than 'piling bodies up in mounds'), what the hell do you have to show for yourselves? Do you have any grounds that you can base your judgement on?