Author Archive

DEMOCRATS HANDED TRUMP THE PRESIDENCY

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“In a country that is virtually bipartisan, you can not fight an extreme with anything other than another extreme.”

The Problem With Police Brutality and Injustice

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“Some people are making the whole police brutality crisis in the US look like it’s only a race problem, and I’m sorry but it’s not just a race problem. Racism is just a small part of the problem.”

Two Sides of the Same Coin

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“I would like for people to see that when you criticize a religion, you are talking about an idea, a concept. But if you extend your criticism to all religious people, then it’s discrimination.”

Christopher Nolan Set the Bar Too High

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“Why can’t Batman die? Why can’t the bad guy win? Why are these films so predictable?”

An Ode to Trump

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“Seeing people supporting him,
it shocks me, it makes me numb.”

1%

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“Those who have the resources to change the world for the better don’t want to because they cannot profit from it. They don’t give a shit about your problems. They only invest in things that can produce benefits.”

“Did You Mean: Oppressive”

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“I came across this news article talking about how Italian museums covered statues of nude women in order to avoid offending the president of Iran.

I’m sorry, but what is this shit?”

Equality Doesn’t Mean 50/50

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“In my opinion, complaining is worthless. It’s not enough pointing out the problem, you need to get to the core of it.”

God’s Suicide Note

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“Last night the lifeless body of God was found on the floor of its apartment in the Sagittarius arm, near the center of the milk way galaxy.”

“Understanding” The War in Syria

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“If politicians themselves were the ones having to fight wars, I’m pretty sure they’d rush to find a diplomatic solution. But we are stupid and we let our governments brainwash us into thinking that a line painted on the ground is more important than our own lives.”

Democracy: Celebrating Ignorance

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“Its premise is very alluring: The rule of the people. Most precisely, the rule of the majority.”