I’ve seen a bunch of memes lately that kind of sum up the world pretty succinctly in my opinion.
I think this one ↑ is the realest of the real talk I’ve seen lately. The amount of blatantly wrong information people put out these is astonishing… and often dangerous. I mean, really. How the hell hard is it to fucking research something before putting it out there as fact? But that would require an open mind, and an appreciation of facts, even if it doesn’t fit the narrative.
Here’s a great example of educating oneself. I’ve seen WAY too much bullshit about the word “Allah” being the name of a demon god, or that if a Christian uses it, they’re using it as a cover for actually being Muslim. It’s Arabic… for “god.” Facts.
I’ve seen this one ↑ floating about, and it annoys me every time I see it. If I see a store with a “help wanted” sign that expresses this “people don’t want to work” idea, you can damn well be sure I won’t be spending my money there. Maybe people aren’t coming back because they’re tired of working their asses off for that less-than-living wage, for little to no benefits. Maybe people aren’t coming back because there is no opportunity for advancement, or they’re tired of being treated like hell. And maybe, just maybe, people aren’t coming back because they’ve found new opportunites that give them all the things that their previous jobs didn’t.
And then there’s this…
I don’t know that there’s much else that needs to be said here. Pretty self-explanatory. Which leads into this gem…
Good question, since the relationship between them and science and facts seems to be marginal at best. See image below from the Snopes article.
Not exactly who I want policing my uterus. Particularly scary with all the legislation going on right now. Of course, it isn’t just the politicians who believe these things. Or want to play gynecologist with my vagina.
Side note, these same people want to promote anti-vaccine/anti-mask rhetoric, claiming they know all the science… A bit hypocritical, no? Amazing how they know the science when it fits their narrative, huh?
And then there’s this. I don’t think I need to elaborate on this one.
Lastly, one I can fully get behind…