So it’s easier to believe that many people genuinely think that picture is real then to believe they’re playing along with the joke? I’ve known stupid people and Young Earth creationists, and none of them think humans and dinosaurs currently coexist. Seems more that people want to mock folks for not getting a joke than realize they missed the larger iteration of the joke.
Response to Disturbing Facts About Organic Food:
The impetus behind organic food isn’t that it contains *more nutrients*, but that they contain *less questionable materials*. The pesticides approved for organic produce (as well as the E. coli) rinse off with a two minute dunk in acidulated water. Ocean-born seafood cannot be properly regulated as organic, but off-coast farm items can. That last bit, how big companies own a lot of organic brands: and? If a big company notices more money being drawn by its organic lines than its petrochemical GMO lines, guess with technologies it will further?
“You think this is too horrible to have really happened, this is too awful to be the truth! But please. It’s still hard for me to have a clear mind thinking on it. But it’s the truth even if it didn’t happen.” Bromden comes right out and says he’s an unreliable narrator. [One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest]
Response to 27 Genius New Products You Had No Idea Existed:
#11 (No Blind-Spot Mirror) is redundant if you have your side mirrors properly adjusted, and #13 (Bicycle Blinkers) wouldn’t be needed if more people used their hand signals. I know it’s old-fashioned the manuals, but c’mon people.
Response to The 21 Struggles Of Having An Impossible Name:
I don’t have an impossible name. Truth be told, I think it’s a very possible name. A little odd, but I’m comfortable with it. And yet they struggle. “Herb? ‘Erb? Like ‘herbs’?” (It’s short for Herbert. I don’t care if the H is pronounced.) “Dur- Dur- Dur-jin?” (Hard G. /Durg-in/.) “Durjin?”
Response to 14 Uses Of Hashtags That Will Make You Cringe:
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