Social Justice

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8 Responses to Social Justice

  1. Ryan Mount says:

    Deep Democracy is terrifying because there’s the chance that we might elect actors or community organizers.

    The kid is clearly a Millennial. He makes demands instead of asking; from the “I’d prefer to beg forgiveness than ask permission” tribe. #YOLO*

    *YOLO (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/YOLO_%28motto%29) is Carpe Diem for dipshits.

    • rl crabb says:

      Thanks for the link, Ryan. I’d heard the word before but never bothered to look it up. The little brats ought to wise up. According to the latest reports on medical advances, the Millennials could be the generation that lives forever, albeit as a cyborg with a government tracking device. With that kind of power, they can be as reckless as they want. Lose a hand in an industrial computing accident? Fug it! I’ll just get a Luke Skywalker (patent pending) artificial limb, with six digits if I want.
      And I see someone has grabbed the copyright. Businesses in Yolo County must be nervous!

  2. Chris Peterson says:

    As the old saying goes: I’m not sure every child under ten is a republican, but surely, every republican acts like a child under the age of ten.

    This, of course, is as opposed to Democratic children, who somehow convince their parents to live beyond their means. (A much easier task, no doubt.)

  3. TD Pittsford says:

    If this is a Republic, aren’t we all Republicans? I’m so confused.

  4. Greg Goodknight says:

    I thought the kid was acting like a public employee union negotiator. Obviously a Democrat.

  5. The Republicans are in trouble now.

    For the first time in history, more white males died than were born last year in the U.S.

    • Greg Goodknight says:

      By the recent WSJ article, the downturn in ‘white’ births coincided with the downturn of the economy. That seems to follow that quaint middle class ‘white’ (not that it isn’t shared among a number of tribes worldwide) cultural rule that you get married and have kids when you have a job and you perceive some stability. GOP demographics might show a change for the better in August, 2015.

      Standard disclaimer… I am not now, nor have I ever been, a member of the Republican Party.

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