Here's a montage of Karens but their rants are replaced with zombie growls and screams

I am clearly in the wrong threads today. Thanks for pointing those out, @Melizmatic and @GulliverFoyle.

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Dude, that’s a legit recco.

I personally swear by ‘Unicorn Chasers’, because without them (and copious amounts of cannabis) I’d have been flipped out already…

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I was trying to cheer you up. Not all the world nor all the BBS is doom and gloom.

If I ridicule someone, I try not to be ambiguous about it. You seem sincere in your wish for a better world, and I wouldn’t ridicule that.

Honestly, me too I think. Too much doom-scrolling takes a psychic toll. Self-care is health-care.

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When?

Back then?

Back then?

[I’m not going to put a picture of a lynching or anything here but consider that point made]

Back then?

Back then?

[I’m also not going to post a depiction of the native American genocide]

Edit: I see that point has been made above already

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I wasn’t too young to be politically engaged in the 90s but young enough that American issues weren’t really on my radar, so this is a genuine question, not a bad faith attack: were the public reactions to the demonstrations in response to the Rodney King incident any more civil then they are now?

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An excellent question that I can’t speak to in any meaningful way at all, unfortunately. I was 14 when Rodney King happened, and I remember thinking “wow, wtf, that’s crazy” about what happened to him and the resulting riots, but I was too young and/or too wrapped up in general teenage foolishness to recall what it felt like at the time with regards to public response.

Does anyone that was more plugged in at that time remember and care to share?

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I was 17 years old at the end of my junior year in high school in the Midwest when the riots happened in LA.

I remember that as the start of my political activism; I went on marches and did what little I could as a minor with no voting power yet.

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It depends on who you ask.

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You are right. It’s still a pretty funny videos. And those Karens really made fools of themselves, just behold the windowlicker.

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So much this. Calhoun could disagree civilly with Webster. With Turner, no.

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If you really want to see zombie-Karen…

I’ll prefer Amy Pond-Karen anyway…

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I don’t get it. I thought the video was going to change the audio for a laugh/point?

Isn’t this what they always sound like?

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Did this for masks. Not sure anyone will wear them (I printed two).

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Correct labeling is important, the male #karen is properly identified as a #donald because no one rails, whines, and complains more than a #donald

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Not really, it’s just that we all have video cameras now, and America’s worst is now televised.

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The :20 second woman is actually just looking for a Paul Sheldon book.

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