The article by Saara Särmä addressed the way we take in information today has drastically changed. Today, we are exposed to an abundance amount of information via different modes of media. It has become extremely difficult for people to track the actual truth. We are flooded with normative statements and fallacies that sounds realistic and we tend to fall under their influence. We started finding out about world events through parodies first, thinking back to the election, the first thing that would circulate on social media was the SNL election parody with Alec Baldwin and Kate McKinnon, many young students in my classes would quote what was said on the show and believed it to be a complete reality. Särmä mentions the memes are being created and circulated around social media, new modes of expression began targeting different audiences. I have noticed that a lot of the younger generation started being more interested in political events, they started voicing their opinion and began having lively discussions. With this new interest comes awareness. As educators we need to ensure that our students get an education that teaches them to critically analyze the materiel they see. A lot of what they see is in a form a parody which constitutes as Särmä said, “the relations of “us” and “them”. She mentions that laughter is tied up with power and can create hierarchies among political bodies. What we are exposed to for the most part has a Western influence and can negatively affect the cultures within our society to divide and become against each other.