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  1. https://notthebee.com/article/this-sports-writer-is-trying-to-crucify-a-kid-for-wearing-face-paint-and-a-headdress-to-a-professional-football-game
  2. Well, that's not the reason, but... https://notthebee.com/article/lol-disney-made-microsoft-change-their-ai-image-generator-because-people-were-making-too-many-savage-fake-disney-pixar-movie-posters
  3. "We are restricting freedom for the common good" Sound familiar?? https://notthebee.com/article/ireland-introduces-bill-that-would-jail-citizens-for-memes-saved-to-their-phones
  4. https://notthebee.com/article/education-secretary-miguel-cardona-just-hilariously-and-ironically-butchered-one-of-ronald-reagans-most-famous-quotes-
  5. What I'm supporting, if you weren't so obtuse (like you like to claim I am) is accurate reporting. The reporter said something inaccurate, attributed it to him, and he corrected her. I'd assume you'd be OK with that, regardless of who it was. Or is it OK to report inaccurately about people you don't like, and the things that they said? So let me spell it out for you. You're an educator, I shouldn't have to do this. 1. The reporter attributed something to him that he quoted from a Canadian government media source. In other words, she said he made the statement, when he was quoting a source, and stated that he was quoting "media reports". Meaning someone else wrote a story, and he simply noted what he was saying was from "media reports". 2. He corrected her, and said that no, he did not say that directly. He was quoting a media source tied to the Canadian government that said as such. 3. She still asked him why he said it, telling him it wasn't true, even though he literally just told her that he was quoting a media source tied to the Canadian government. 4. He then asked her if the Canadian government media source was inaccurate, to which her response was "I have no opinion on that". If you'd actually watch the video, you'd see the exchange. But I don't think you want to.
  6. I'm kinda surprised you-know-who hasn't chimed in yet with "Poor, poor white people." Because he has no other retort.
  7. https://notthebee.com/article/Irish-thoughtcrime-bill-in-ireland-would-punish-anyone-who-prepares-or-possesses-material-that-is-likely-to-incite-violence-or-hatred-against-a-5-person-or-a-group-of-persons-on-account-of-th
  8. https://spectator.org/bidenomics-the-high-price-of-gaslighting/
  9. I see the humor (kind of) in the meme, I just laugh at stuff that's funny. I just didn't find that particular meme funny. Doesn't mean I wouldn't find others hilarious.
  10. Reporter: "Do you think it's irresponsible to call the bridge explosion a terrorist attack?" Pierre Poilievre: "I didn't. I cited a news report that said the Canadian Government did." Reporter: "Do you think it's irresponsible to call the bridge explosion a terrorist attack?"
  11. How am I just as bad as the dimnuts? You've seen me laugh at stuff plenty of times on here.
  12. No, I'm not. Because I don't eat any of that. Well, I occasionally have fried calamari, but the rest literally tastes like dirt to me. When they say "bugs", they're talking about things like crickets. When was the last time you ate a cricket?
  13. https://notthebee.com/article/all-the-major-political-betting-odds-have-1-person-as-the-clear-favorite-to-become-the-next-president-guess-who-it-is
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