The attack this morning had nothing to do with cartoons, it had everything to do with the fact that Americans bravely sat down this holiday season, and watched The Interview to support our love and strident acceptance of free speech.
For the unfamiliar, gentrification is the process in which white people move into an economically depressed area, usually urban, and in awe of its unmediated authenticity, they inhale sharply, sucking up all the culture, suffocating the native population.
I think if they had any real compassion, you’d be asking why Trig wasn’t wearing a helmet, and why he wasn’t being supervised.
White people put a lot of effort into dressing like idiots.
“Basically I got really tired of men thinking that rape is good, when actually, rape is bad.”
Meet Russia’s answer to not only David Blaine, but Neil Strauss.
What I’m saying is, we need to (very publicly) allow the NYPD to execute Dustin Diamond in broad daylight.
You’ve probably heard about the big trend among “hipster parents” of naming their infants after civil war letters from the national archives, and if you haven’t, well, it’s officially a thing now.
What you don’t have is freedom to release the movie or make money off of it. That’s not something you’re entitled to. Show me in the first amendment where it says that. It doesn’t.