Words I don’t like: “Join the conversation”
When I hear new anchors and hosts inviting us to "join the conversation," it's a naive comment made by sophomoric minds. Online comments and feedback bring out the worst in us. Like Garth Turner says, "online, everybody is Chuck Norris."
Online "conversations" are a lot like like grade 5 math class. The loudest, most obnoxious kids, not always the brightest, dominated the conversation. Additionally it implies together we can come to a higher understanding. Adding more people to anything doesn't have a history of making smarter solutions. Einstein didn't work in a group. History would seem to indicate otherwise. The more people you add, the dumber the solutions. You may create buy-in or political support, but you won't create quality.