I’m not clicking that.
I envy you so much.
Whenever I can, I try to indulge in JOMO; the JOY of ‘missing out.’
That seemed like a fine time to practice.
My various blocking add-ons prevent twitter embedded videos from showing even a screen grab so click through i must and…
Is that Roger the Pinhead?!
Yeah, vomitous! Even though I ignored the lyrics.
The moiré effects on Stone’s shirt are out of control
When a coup hits your eye like a Trumpkin wise guy, that’s a moire…
I watch this stuff, like… in constant shock. This shouldn’t be surprising by now, but every time I just can’t get my head around this phenomenon.
“Are you going to feel foolish on March 5th when Biden’s still President?”
“Umm… Then Trump has a different plan.”
There will be so many doctoral dissertations on this religion of Trump.
Yeah, just throw a bunch of bones in the air and then write about what the scattered positions on the ground could possibly mean.
I was thinking how easily they slipped him into a political version of their own biblical prophesy. Now instead of Jesus is coming soon, it is Trump will be inaugurated soon. Book of Q, chapter something, verse something.
Chillingly accurate (according to their own prophecies):
After reading all that, it strikes me that the Trump administration, and that propagandist doctor they had working on him, all missed a grand opportunity. They could have faked his death and had him rise from the dead three days later. It’s really not that big of a stretch, considering the kind of stuff his followers believe about Lucifarian Democrat conspiracies.
I hate to give that a like, but you have a point.
Many fringe presidential candidates have weird little cults around them, but they don’t usually get nominated, or elected, much less still control of one of the big parties even after losing the second time
It’s as if Lyndon LaRouche managed to take over the Democratic Party in 1992
Ugh. I’ve lost the habit of reading Dilbert in the weekend colour comics. Now I’m actively avoiding them.
On the surface, this week’s is a bland B-roll that’s not very funny, but if you know Adams’ ideology, he’s mocking people who take common expressions literally. In other words, all of Trump and Friends’ incitement in front of an angry mob were just expressions that only a stupid engineer would take literally. (And all the insurrection mob who thought they were following Trump’s orders.)
Here is the cartoon if anybody wants to see it
Of course, a meeting in a conference room, discussing the market competition between two companies, is not the same as a rally outside Congress where a leader tells his minions to “stop the steal” somehow and violence is the only plausible way that would happen
So, a bad comic strip making a bad analogy
Nice idea, but I’ve seen the one on the right before.