If only phone companies had a bit of humor:
The number you’ve dialed has been eaten by a Grue. Kindly revenge its death!
Or how about spatial confusion:
The number you’ve reached are out of reach. Please try not to reach so far next time…
Anyone remember this TV-show?
Please dial 47 to render the greatest power unto utter desolation!
– We have some serious communication problems, don’t you agree?
– So, how do we solve them?
– Yes. I don’t agree.
If you assume too many things you risk turning into a big, fat assumo!
So, I write. In order to do that I need to have a vivid imagination. Here’s where my vivid imagination is taking me today.
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Do you remember how your parents told you the kids that gave you wedgies and pushed your head into the toilet and flushed wouldn’t amount to much when they grew up? What perspective do we have on that now that Donald Trump is US president?
Gun aficionado: This isn’t about a gun it’s about another insane person.
Right, and people kill people, not guns.
And then, when someone tries to limit (insane) people’s access to guns you’re going to turn around and whine about that being unconstitutional.
Are mass shootings on your agenda or are you just this stupid?
Maybe the agenda here is for people to understand the solution to mass shootings isn’t gun control but homeschooling and internet shopping? Virtual music festivals? Armored cars? Internet dating… literally?
Isn’t it in “Brave New World” where people don’t meet face to face anymore? I am starting to understand why…
Update: Nope! Some other story… In a Brave New World, they just got gene therapy… for starters…
I lie for a living, and nobody believes me, and now I’m telling the truth and they still don’t believe me! I hate people!
via URGENT: Release 16 year old Palestinian activist Ahed Tamimi | Amnesty International
10 years in prison for a slap and a kick from a small girl on an armed soldier is pretty hefty…
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