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“Yeah, Right.” glyphtrix

OKAY we’ll mansplain this to some of you.  “Satire” is a big Greek word that means: somebody is making fun of something EVEN if it’s not HAHAHA funny to you. {We know what it means} 

The ACE of Spades, AKA death card. was the unofficial calling card of some US special Forces. The cards were often left behind after they killed.  The abortion crowd is playing the “abortion card”; claiming a supposed right to kill a fetus up to any age. OUR satire comes in saying hey  why stop at fetal age? Why  not just kill anything you want?  Kill your fetuses! Kill your babies! Kill your own children !  But stop short at killing other adults (people who are aged 21+) because that would be murder.. In short, we are making fun of  the abortion/choice crowds who don’t believe that killing babies (or fetuses) is really killing. 

Of course we don’t believe that they should do any of this at all. That’s why it’s satire.

BTW Sometimes we use MS paint to, purposefully, create crappy artwork like this just to mock pathetic posts and opinions.    

Reading Barry Loukaitis interviews are as depressing as listening to Kipland Kinkel confession tapes…

“I, on the other hand, can never resurrect those I’ve killed. I’m vile enough to take a life, but not smart enough to restore it. Society recognizes this, and incorporates it into the criminal justice system.”

“I consume around $20,000 every year. I produce nothing. Thus, from a financial perspective, incarcerating me make little sense. To paraphrase Hannibal Lector: Any civilized society would either execute me or put me to some use.” But this isn’t so easy or practical: “Unfortunately, the capability to re-offend increases as we come into contact with more people and resources. What can nourish can kill. How can society calculate the odds of any one individual re-offending? And if I do, the consequences would be irreversible. From the perspective of society and its representatives, it makes sense in cases like mine to play it safe. Throw away the key.”

“The world’s resources are limited. Why not allocate them to, say, feed a hundred starving children instead? Would not society be better served? So why not execution? Why not dispose of me and spend the money I consume elsewhere? Posed with this question, I cannot offer any honest defense of my existence.”

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Another excellent video done by Midnight’s Edge, this time on Sony’s upcoming Barbie movie, and how Amy Schumer somehow managed to land the role.

What I basically take away from it is that Amy Pascal isn’t really good at being a chairperson and a producer, Sony continues to be pretty bad at making decisions for movies (they should just try to focus more with video games, since they seem to be good at that), and it seems that Sony has fallen for the stereotype of every Millennial being a bunch of social media addicted 19 to 20-something-year-olds, who won’t watch anything unless it has social justice commentary in it, and if it doesn’t, they deem it as being “problematic” (though, in fairness, I have encountered several people who fit that stereotype, and give my generation a bad name).

I’m also not really looking forward to Amy Schumer, mostly because I don’t buy the idea of making someone this self-centered and entitled as being a “role model”:

Also, being a major Roald Dahl fan, her saying that she has “a body like Ms. Trunchbull from Matilda” (yes, she did say something to that effect) and is proud of it sort of rubs me the wrong. Now, I don’t really mind women who are plus-sized or the like, but I don’t think you should ever positively compare yourself to a woman who delights in making children’s lives a living hell, often abuses children by tossing them like ragdolls or stuffing them in cupboard lined with nails and spikes, killed her own brother-in-law, and abused her own niece for years, to the point of driving her from her own house, no matter what the circumstance is. Seriously just look and tell me that’s a woman you would compare yourself with!

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Donald Trump made a joke about himself being Batman and Kevin Conroy made a Tweet calling him out!!

Kevin has been the voice of Batman for 20+ years.
ex. Batman the Animated series, Justice League, Arkham games, etc.

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Liberating Black Lives Through Reproductive Justice
For Black families, the decision to become a parent is deeply personal and life changing.

“Reproductive justice, a 20-year-old term coined by women of color, is a vision in which everyone is able to decide if, when, and how to create a family, and that they have the ability to raise their children free from harm and violence.” - Renee Bracey Sherman

The series #BlackFutureMonth is currently being produced by Huffpost and this article beautifully navigates the intersections of black bodies and reproductive justice. Join @PPBlackComm for a special Back History Month Tweetchat by following the hashtag #BlackHealthMatters on Wednesday 2/10 at 6 pm.

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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Chooses Working Out Over Dinner with the President
In MSNBC national reporter Irin Carmon and Notorious RBG founder Shana Knizhnik’s upcoming book, Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, which will be released on October 27, 2015, the justice’s personal trainer for almost 20 years, Bryant Johnson, explains just how determined she was

“In MSNBC national reporter Irin Carmon and Notorious RBG founder Shana Knizhnik’s upcoming book, Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, which will be released on October 27, 2015, the justice’s personal trainer for almost 20 years, Bryant Johnson, explains just how determined she was to return back to top physical health.”

A 20-year-old exotic dancer shows Pinellas County judge David A. Demers that her bikini briefs were too large to expose what undercover police say she exposed while dancing at a local nightclub.  The case was dismissed with the judge citing conflicts in testimony as the reason.