Orthosphere commenter Joseph A. recently wrote that he could humanely bridge the ideological chasm between himself and an SJW if he found that they both shared a love for the music of the Czech composer Bedřich Smetana. In the hope that it might add to this love feast, I promised to send him a photo of a hamlet called Smetana, which lies six or seven miles west of here.
I warned Joseph A. that Smetana was not much to look at, but as you can see, Smetana Folks have their hearts in the right place.
This county received a large Czech immigration in the 1870s, but it is unknown if they named the hamlet for their national composer or some humble Smetana who ran a grocery on the spot. If Joseph A. will only carry a copy of the second photo in his wallet, I am sure striking up humane conversations with SJWs will be no trouble at all.