Fractal trolling from AA: "Chaos in the abortion industry in Texas today…" 'Abortion industry' undresses the usual euphemism about women's healthcare, 'Chaos' is ironic because it's used to mean 'safety', 'in Texas today' is a poignant comment on the state's reputation as a rightwing haven.
Anglin made deft and ironic use of reductio ad absurdum here (chortles): "As it becomes clear that virtually every conceivable health problem is caused by these vaccines, vaccine companies are altering their marketing to celebrating the death and suffering they are bringing on the human species in the name of the science."
This is me talking. As a baby boomer, I really enjoyed Andrew's new article about generations and the failure of millennials. I'm adjusting my status routine here, gonna keep it more personal and ruminatory, not to say rheumatory.
This is Habakkuk talking. All of my statuses are from Anglin’s articles. I finally picked up on the fact that many or most of the forum users engage with the status in a way that is similar to Facebook or something. The newsflash is that I am old and I don’t use it in that way. I use it as a way to pay tribute to what I consider the funniest lines from the articles.
(Yes, Blinken actually was in a band and has admitted that his first choice for a career was “pop star.” Yes, he really had a single called “Lip Service,” which he wrote for Kamala Harris. Yes, that last part is a joke. I mean the Kamala Harris part. He really did release a single called “Lip Service,” which is on Spotify. This is going to go down in history alongside Caligula marrying his horse.)