As someone who has been under anesthesia more than once, I have an opinion about the following story. And as someone who received a settlement from the people who put me in the hospital in the first place, I have another opinion.
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Ladies and gentlemen: The Washington Post.
Such historical facts are just divisive hate speech. We're only angering people who are trying to silence us. Here's what we should be telling them instead:
Our Moral, Ethical, And Intellectual Betters At The Associated Press Show Us What They Think Of Ted Cruz
Good news, Cruz-haters. If you've ever fantasized about what you'd like to do to him for reminding everybody the Second Amendment exists, you've got friends at The Associated Press.
Ever since an insane racist in South Carolina killed a bunch of people for being black, naturally we're having a national conversation about the Confederate flag. Clearly, this evil flag emits mind-control rays that are compelling Dylann Roof to do things. Just look what it made him do to that other flag:
This is what happens when you don't have much practice talking to the press. You forget really basic stuff, like the name of the person you're talking to.
As we all know, rape is such a horrible crime that it doesn't matter whether or not a particular rape actually happened. Rape hoaxes are so exceedingly rare that we should dismiss any evidence that contradicts a rape accusation. If we don't, we're rape deniers and we're perpetuating rape culture.
When tragedy strikes, when the American people seek answers, we can always count on the Reprimander-in-Chief to remind us that nothing is ever his fault.
A man who became rich, famous, and influential for his ability to tell outrageous lies with a straight face is now, um... telling the truth with a straight face? I guess it's not outside the realm of possibility.
Guns are evil. More guns = more crime. Get rid of guns, because bad people do bad things with guns.
Shake your damn head. Go on.
That is, unless this news is coming from Brian Williams himself. If that's the case, he might have overheard somebody else talking about going to MSNBC, and now he's telling the story as his own.
If the President of the United States doesn't care anymore, why should I?
We already know about the transgendered. (
Boy, do we ever!) And we're just starting to learn about the transracial. Now there's a new subcategory of personal identity that we all need to keep up with, so as not to be scolded by our betters: the transchronological.
Once upon a time, there was a little girl who knew that the face she saw in the mirror wasn't her true self.
I'm not sure what to make of this NYT headline, you guys:
It's confession time,
you guys everybody: