The Weekly Roundup: Let the Trumper-tantrums begin
- The headlines we were tempted to run, and the commentary we couldn’t
Monday 14 November
A low-hanging flag, like low-hanging fruit, presents a tempting target to the indolent.
Gee, who coulda predicted that?
What makes the coloring pages feminist? Do they get huffy when people hold doors for them?
He should read their letter. It might help him understand what might impel someone to vote for Trump.
They should adopt a new founder.
And did it work?
Mobilize, eh? Just how many artillery units and tanks are you deploying against the insufferable bigot?
Tuesday 15 November
Are the planning to put up a billboard on the Interstate?
Wednesday 16 November
It’s all about deconstructing the various wavelengths of color that together form white and NOT social justice hogwash.
What a shitty protest...
Surprisingly, making the name of the “White” House more inclusive was not one of them.
They accuse us of twisting their words. We maintain that their words were already twisted when we got them.
Thursday 17 November
Oh, so we’re keeping that agency, are we?
We, too, thought it was cool to use “x” for plurals...when we were creating Runescape screen names in middle school.
That’s only if one excludes the founding of the AAUP from consideration, though.
They just couldn’t figure out why someone so openly hostile to free speech would ever try to hide behind it.
Then they remembered that he’s a liberal.
Now show me on the doll where Mr. Trump touched you...
...and manage to do so far more articulately that their president did while mongering his fear.
Friday 18 November
Nothing to see here, folks. Just entirely independent, self-supporting individuals who most certainly needed no incentive to act like total buffoons.
Sure, it’s the great healthcare challenge of the generation: How to avoid injuries related to improper sex toy use.
Not that that was ever really the point, though.
See, once the objective is accomplished, who’s gonna keep marching? And if nobody is marching, how do you remind the others to keep writing checks?
“I don’t usually use this email list for political purposes.” Yeah, that was probably a good rule, professor.
Sunday 20 November
Well, you can’t please everyone, so you might as well piss ‘em all off.