Tag: meme war
Think how great America would be if every sports bar were replaced with Dank Meme Barns, where patrons turn into workhorses making mockery of local politicians. Why shouldn’t exposing criminality be gamified and bolstered by an environment of camaraderie?
The president of The Branson Missouri Chamber of Commerce is like a finely sculpted piece of raw clay—in that he needs to be fired. Also, he’s finely sculpted in the same way as an overflowing trash can.
If you were to ask Robert SHILLer, he’d call this Narrative Economics. As for me, I call it FREE marketing for SUBWAY . I do it because as a company they are failing, and I want to see them succeed. I won’t be satisfied until they are a complete failure.
Orville, Clive, Stuart, Ambrose, Thaddeus, Landon, Jaxson, Colton, Ayden, Kingston, Duke, Nathaniel, Wesley, Blake, Preston, Colt, Arthur, & Remington all told me it would be better to be shot by a Yankee than to give my heart to you, but I was Helen Keller to their sound advice.
What better way to engage in narrative economics than to attack fake money itself? Robert SHILLer says there’s nothing to do to prepare for the collapse but to ride it out. Does he plan on riding it out on a unicycle? Only a clown sees the dollar collapse but avoids silver.
Well, at least it still contains a sterilization drug, so I can continue to use it to decorate my Birkenstocks.
Before you can drain The Swamp, you’ve got to get it even soggier, by bringing in extra fluid in the form of blood extracted from Central Banksters through decapitation. As Walter Sobchak once said, “This is not ‘Nam. This is bowling.”
I don’t know why they call the dollar funny money, because there’s nothing even remotely humorous about destroying a country’s standard of living and bringing everyone but The Banksters into generational poverty.
They say laughter is the best medicine, and I believe it. That’s why I’m surprised The FDA hasn’t yet banned jokes and memes.