Meme of the Day

Let’s start the day with a smile, I say.

8 thoughts on “Meme of the Day”

  1. Seriously, who gave a thumbs down to Winston Churchill’s speech rallying the Empire against the Nazis? They were actual Nazis for goodness sake! Bog off and go suck eggs.

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    1. I assume the thumbs down is because it seems to be equating Trump’s rallying call to fight against the election results with Churchill’s rallying call to fight against the Nazis? This certainly seems to be the implication of the bit about Germany being the projected winner.

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      1. The joke is about Twitter’s condescending and maddening efforts to interject its owner’s beliefs into other people communications as if he was some godlike arbiter of the truth.

        But if people want to read Trump into it (or into the recipe for baked apples), that’s up to them. 🙂

        It sometimes might be a good idea to preserve a sense of humor outside of political partisanship. Like that funny meme about John Mccain I posted recently. Nobody liked it because it made fun of Trump but it was legit hilarious.

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        1. “It sometimes might be a good idea to preserve a sense of humor outside of political partisanship.”

          Actual humour is impossible for the humourless dicks who can only laugh at people who hold different opinions or interests or think that politics itself is nasty/repugnant.

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        2. I didn’t say it wasn’t funny, and I agree about preserving humor. I lean center-left, but still sometimes legitimately smile at some of the anti-liberal humorous memes my conservative in-laws post. You gotta be able to laugh at yourself! I laughed at this one too (as well as the hilarious McCain one). Anyway, regardless of how the joke is interpreted, I doubt the person who gave it the thumbs down was doing it because they don’t like Churchill’s speech (as GSW suggests) – more likely they just didn’t like the joke for whatever reason. That’s all I was trying to say.

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