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The original George Floyd Funko Pop: a castiron coin bank from the 1920s called Smilin' Sam From Alabam', The Salted Peanut Man. If this was Twitter I'd be INSTANTLY cancelled for this harmless joke.

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And on the flip side, 2020 has also radicalized many in the opposite direction: the blackpilled types. Since they don't consume anything other than the most right-leaning clickbait outlets like Breitbart, The Gateway Pundit or Summit News, not to mention YouTubers like PJW, Computing Forever and of course Tim Pool constantly peddling this stuff, they've fallen into this "it all returns to nothing, it just keeps tumbling down" mindset. As for me, cutting out Tim Pool's videos in April definitely helped me get through the "darkest days" of the pandemic, the period during the spring when everyone was stuck at home for weeks. I couldn't take the constant fearporn of "EXPERTS WARN OF FOOD SHORTAGES", "3 MILLION COULD DIE BY 2022" and "UNEMPLOYMENT COULD REACH 30%" anymore. Now that things are _slowly_ returning back to normal, we can only hope people's morale improves as well. And it's precisely that things are slowly returning back to normal that idiots like Fauci and Biden are upset about. They expected us to all go along with their fearporn telling us to not reopen schools and have all students do it digitally-only, not have family gatherings, not travel out of state to meet relatives and of course to wear two masks even after we get vaccinated, and since half of us aren't they're very salty about it.
Far too many people who were either apolitical or made fun of SJWs back in 2017 have now become rabidly political, thanks in no small part to spending far too much time on Twitter and Reddit while in 2020, a year that radicalized not only swaths of independents but even many so-called "conservatives" and "classical liberals". A black thug OD'ing on fentanyl in police custody radicalized far more people than Trump's election did. But I also think Covid radicalized more people than Fentanyl Floyd's "murder" did. They became afraid and stuck inside for 2 months, and soon began to buy into the fearporn that grifters like Fauci were telling them. Not to mention the media telling us for months Trump's response to the pandemic was completely tone-deaf and he was responsible for killing 250K people. The "stay at home" thing was definitely a fun little novelty for many in the initial few weeks, but as it dragged on and it became obvious the lockdowns weren't ending anytime soon, people became more and more angry/frustrated. And then there's of course January 6. But by that point enough people had fully been conditioned into the "Trump is an evil fascist" propaganda that they had once made fun of so hard they believed Trump incited an insurrection by convincing a bunch of dumbass LARPers and glowies to storm the Capitol without even questioning it.
236 viewsApr 23rd
And on the flip side, 2020 has also radicalized many in the opposite direction: the blackpilled types. Since they don't consume anything other than the most right-leaning clickbait outlets like Breitbart, The Gateway Pundit or Summit News, not to mention YouTubers like PJW, Computing Forever and of course Tim Pool constantly peddling this stuff, they've fallen into this "it all returns to nothing, it just keeps tumbling down" mindset. As for me, cutting out Tim Pool's videos in April definitely helped me get through the "darkest days" of the pandemic, the period during the spring when everyone was stuck at home for weeks. I couldn't take the constant fearporn of "EXPERTS WARN OF FOOD SHORTAGES", "3 MILLION COULD DIE BY 2022" and "UNEMPLOYMENT COULD REACH 30%" anymore. Now that things are _slowly_ returning back to normal, we can only hope people's morale improves as well. And it's precisely that things are slowly returning back to normal that idiots like Fauci and Biden are upset about. They expected us to all go along with their fearporn telling us to not reopen schools and have all students do it digitally-only, not have family gatherings, not travel out of state to meet relatives and of course to wear two masks even after we get vaccinated, and since half of us aren't they're very salty about it.
Far too many people who were either apolitical or made fun of SJWs back in 2017 have now become rabidly political, thanks in no small part to spending far too much time on Twitter and Reddit while in 2020, a year that radicalized not only swaths of independents but even many so-called "conservatives" and "classical liberals". A black thug OD'ing on fentanyl in police custody radicalized far more people than Trump's election did. But I also think Covid radicalized more people than Fentanyl Floyd's "murder" did. They became afraid and stuck inside for 2 months, and soon began to buy into the fearporn that grifters like Fauci were telling them. Not to mention the media telling us for months Trump's response to the pandemic was completely tone-deaf and he was responsible for killing 250K people. The "stay at home" thing was definitely a fun little novelty for many in the initial few weeks, but as it dragged on and it became obvious the lockdowns weren't ending anytime soon, people became more and more angry/frustrated. And then there's of course January 6. But by that point enough people had fully been conditioned into the "Trump is an evil fascist" propaganda that they had once made fun of so hard they believed Trump incited an insurrection by convincing a bunch of dumbass LARPers and glowies to storm the Capitol without even questioning it.
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More from Baroness 馃敒

repeat
269 views

The original George Floyd Funko Pop: a castiron coin bank from the 1920s called Smilin' Sam From Alabam', The Salted Peanut Man. If this was Twitter I'd be INSTANTLY cancelled for this harmless joke.

269 viewsApr 23rd
repeat
236 views
And on the flip side, 2020 has also radicalized many in the opposite direction: the blackpilled types. Since they don't consume anything other than the most right-leaning clickbait outlets like Breitbart, The Gateway Pundit or Summit News, not to mention YouTubers like PJW, Computing Forever and of course Tim Pool constantly peddling this stuff, they've fallen into this "it all returns to nothing, it just keeps tumbling down" mindset. As for me, cutting out Tim Pool's videos in April definitely helped me get through the "darkest days" of the pandemic, the period during the spring when everyone was stuck at home for weeks. I couldn't take the constant fearporn of "EXPERTS WARN OF FOOD SHORTAGES", "3 MILLION COULD DIE BY 2022" and "UNEMPLOYMENT COULD REACH 30%" anymore. Now that things are _slowly_ returning back to normal, we can only hope people's morale improves as well. And it's precisely that things are slowly returning back to normal that idiots like Fauci and Biden are upset about. They expected us to all go along with their fearporn telling us to not reopen schools and have all students do it digitally-only, not have family gatherings, not travel out of state to meet relatives and of course to wear two masks even after we get vaccinated, and since half of us aren't they're very salty about it.
Far too many people who were either apolitical or made fun of SJWs back in 2017 have now become rabidly political, thanks in no small part to spending far too much time on Twitter and Reddit while in 2020, a year that radicalized not only swaths of independents but even many so-called "conservatives" and "classical liberals". A black thug OD'ing on fentanyl in police custody radicalized far more people than Trump's election did. But I also think Covid radicalized more people than Fentanyl Floyd's "murder" did. They became afraid and stuck inside for 2 months, and soon began to buy into the fearporn that grifters like Fauci were telling them. Not to mention the media telling us for months Trump's response to the pandemic was completely tone-deaf and he was responsible for killing 250K people. The "stay at home" thing was definitely a fun little novelty for many in the initial few weeks, but as it dragged on and it became obvious the lockdowns weren't ending anytime soon, people became more and more angry/frustrated. And then there's of course January 6. But by that point enough people had fully been conditioned into the "Trump is an evil fascist" propaganda that they had once made fun of so hard they believed Trump incited an insurrection by convincing a bunch of dumbass LARPers and glowies to storm the Capitol without even questioning it.
236 viewsApr 23rd
And on the flip side, 2020 has also radicalized many in the opposite direction: the blackpilled types. Since they don't consume anything other than the most right-leaning clickbait outlets like Breitbart, The Gateway Pundit or Summit News, not to mention YouTubers like PJW, Computing Forever and of course Tim Pool constantly peddling this stuff, they've fallen into this "it all returns to nothing, it just keeps tumbling down" mindset. As for me, cutting out Tim Pool's videos in April definitely helped me get through the "darkest days" of the pandemic, the period during the spring when everyone was stuck at home for weeks. I couldn't take the constant fearporn of "EXPERTS WARN OF FOOD SHORTAGES", "3 MILLION COULD DIE BY 2022" and "UNEMPLOYMENT COULD REACH 30%" anymore. Now that things are _slowly_ returning back to normal, we can only hope people's morale improves as well. And it's precisely that things are slowly returning back to normal that idiots like Fauci and Biden are upset about. They expected us to all go along with their fearporn telling us to not reopen schools and have all students do it digitally-only, not have family gatherings, not travel out of state to meet relatives and of course to wear two masks even after we get vaccinated, and since half of us aren't they're very salty about it.
Far too many people who were either apolitical or made fun of SJWs back in 2017 have now become rabidly political, thanks in no small part to spending far too much time on Twitter and Reddit while in 2020, a year that radicalized not only swaths of independents but even many so-called "conservatives" and "classical liberals". A black thug OD'ing on fentanyl in police custody radicalized far more people than Trump's election did. But I also think Covid radicalized more people than Fentanyl Floyd's "murder" did. They became afraid and stuck inside for 2 months, and soon began to buy into the fearporn that grifters like Fauci were telling them. Not to mention the media telling us for months Trump's response to the pandemic was completely tone-deaf and he was responsible for killing 250K people. The "stay at home" thing was definitely a fun little novelty for many in the initial few weeks, but as it dragged on and it became obvious the lockdowns weren't ending anytime soon, people became more and more angry/frustrated. And then there's of course January 6. But by that point enough people had fully been conditioned into the "Trump is an evil fascist" propaganda that they had once made fun of so hard they believed Trump incited an insurrection by convincing a bunch of dumbass LARPers and glowies to storm the Capitol without even questioning it.
236 viewsApr 23rd