Triumph discusses gender identity, micro aggressions and trigger warnings with young college voters as part of Triumph’s Election Special 2016
It comes down to this: Do you want to financially support the ideals embodied by this unique, functional gift, or refuse to purchase a copy and become a hateful fake ally who actively embraces injustice and the murder of innocents? The choice is yours. More pics from this brilliant prank-for-profit can be found here.
It doesn’t get any better.
from Wikipedia: The fear of Friday the 13th has been called friggatriskaidekaphobia (Frigga being the name of the Norse goddess for whom “Friday” is named in English and triskaidekaphobia meaning fear of the number thirteen), or paraskevidekatriaphobia, a concatenation of the Greek words Paraskeví (meaning “Friday”), and dekatreís (meaning “thirteen”) attached to phobía (from phóbos, […]
In this installment of “Ask A Network Head,” Natalie asks the head of programming at MTV why they stopped playing music videos. And gets a fun answer! Yay!
Quick! Round up your overcoddled and micromanaged children! Push oversensitivity, mindless egalitarianism, and a thoroughly unrealistic worldview upon them. Then release them into the culture as defenseless sheep. Tell ’em they’re armed with the shiny happy breastplate of political correctness! That’ll protect them. And, of course… whatever you do… don’t let them have FINGER GUNS! […]
No, Trayvon Martin Day is, dumb enough, very, very real. Coleman said that every adult who attended the seminar would receive an Arizona Iced Tea and each student would get a bag of Skittles. Um… yeah. Okay.
NSFW. But okay for “youths.”
Perhaps that what was so painfully obvious in the first three documentaries will prove itself out in this upcoming work: that these conveniently-scapegoated young men did not commit these murders, and that the real killer is still out there, hiding from justice.