The Weekly Roundup: Coping with coloring books
- The headlines we were tempted to run, and the commentary we couldn’t.
Monday 7 November
The forces of tolerance strike again.
Is it really just a coincidence that “Providence College” abbreviates to “PC”?
“[S]top calling me a crypto-Nazi or I’ll sock you...”
Video evidence has a habit of being rather inconvenient for leftists, these days.
Tuesday 8 November
Gee, whod’ve thunk Massachusetts would be seen as fertile recruiting ground by communists?
If one has multiple privileges to check, is one required to pay an extra handling fee?
Spiders and clowns make lots of people “anxious and uneasy,” but that doesn’t mean those fears are justified.
As superficial SJWs, we’d condone this unabashed violation of free speech if it weren’t accompanied by the ghastly purple-yellow dress combo.
Presenting the Election Day feature: “A Guide to Voting for Hillary.”
Wednesday 9 November
"If you have like a long tail coming out of your butt, and you can stand there and look like a character from Avatar while you like hold it in your hand and swing it around, you can build up your sexual confidence because now you have a persona you can play,” Antonelli explained.
We don’t know whether to call the nursery or the asylum.
We’re surprised they knew where to find it...
We suspect that says more about the professors than it does about Trump.
Shoot, we’d encourage them to take more days than that. How about 4,000?
Because when you don’t get your way, you damn the entire nation.
And the counselors are just champing at the bit to talk about something...anything...besides students’ latest drunken sexual escapades.
You know you like your identity politics when you acknowledge vandalism of a pride flag, but not an American one.
Good story, but not MSM-newsworthy: If you want to get it in The New York Times, replace the word “white” in the statements made with “black.”
Thursday 10 November
Sometimes we wish they wouldn’t say anything.
Well, at least they’re emulating Hillary. How does it go…”build bridges, not wa—” Wait, never mind.
Go ahead and check the “ageism” box for this week.
We haven’t seen this much collective whining by students since recess got canceled.
And the Canadians are already starting to get annoyed.
Maybe if they hadn’t canceled classes, they wouldn’t have so much time to figure out how to get a foot in their mouths.
Friday 11 November
These liberals were told that Trump’s minions would be coming for them in force, so now that things are pretty much the same, they’re left with naught but hallucinogenic confirmation.
Have we just made the first Outrage Map?
They were just worried that they might offend the officer’s killers, apparently.
Saturday 12 November
And just like that, the military was disbanded, Trump’s election was overturned, and Obama ascended into Heaven on a gilded pillow.