Offensive Comedy is here to stay, so stop complaining that it’s dead

(Image taken from the Flagrant 2 podcast featuring Andrew Schulz and Akaash Singh) I disagree with all the Facebook comedians claiming that comedy is dying. Comedy is not dying; it's the best it's ever been--it's just changing. The idiots who go to college and become politically correct and humorless are losing. The social justice warriors … Continue reading Offensive Comedy is here to stay, so stop complaining that it’s dead

Florida Man escapes Simulation and tries to kill our Simulation Overlords

Florida man, Jonathon Tutsy, is currently under arrest for allegedly attempting to murder several Simulation Overlords while high on meth late Tuesday night. According to police, he charged them with a broken crack pipe. “This was the first time our police department had received a call from the Overlords,” said Miami Police Chief James Markus … Continue reading Florida Man escapes Simulation and tries to kill our Simulation Overlords

Surprisingly there’s no news coverage over our simulation overlords telling us that we are in a simulation

2020 is a wild year filled with murder hornets, a worldwide pandemic, race riots, and the two major presidential candidates preparing to bare-knuckle box instead of the usual live debates. But somehow, the news about our simulation overlords revealing that we are in a simulation is not considered newsworthy by the major networks and newspapers. … Continue reading Surprisingly there’s no news coverage over our simulation overlords telling us that we are in a simulation

In an Uncontroversial Decision, A Texas Man is sentenced to death for wearing socks with sandals

In a uncontroversial decision by a judge in Texas, a man was sentenced to death row for the crime of wearing socks and sandals at the same time. This case is surprisingly not causing outrage from any civil rights groups or constitutional judges around the country. James Marken, a 52-year-old father of three, and husband … Continue reading In an Uncontroversial Decision, A Texas Man is sentenced to death for wearing socks with sandals

A Tale of Diversity And Struggle: The Story of my Great Grandparents

Andrew Stuckey is a black American veteran/hero who served his country through three wars. He wrote a book about his life called, Of a Black American Born. His wife, Marcelle Stuckey was captured by Nazis during World War II because of her connection with the French Resistance.  They are my grandparents, and their story is my story. From … Continue reading A Tale of Diversity And Struggle: The Story of my Great Grandparents

Does the Statue of Liberty stand for Bigotry? Some groups think so, and the debate ensues with unlikely allies

Several groups this week claimed that the Statue of Liberty is racist because she stands for the racist white supremacist system that promotes racist white supremacist ideas like liberty and individualism. Liberty herself decided to defend against the attacks in a written statement sent out on her website: "I am a gift from another country, … Continue reading Does the Statue of Liberty stand for Bigotry? Some groups think so, and the debate ensues with unlikely allies