GIT Movie 2017: Your fear on #BothSides will be unleashed

Well, now I understand why people are so scared of clowns!

Inspired by that report that a Juggalo March is coinciding with yet another alt right march (MOAR this time)..

I do eagerly await to watch this new Barmy & Buffoonery Circus. After all, live entertainment is always better than Netflix. Clowns and Nazis and Cheetohs, oh my! Come on avid marchers, let’s make this show the greatest one on Earth again.

Inspired by Stephen King’s book, the GIT Movie Show premiers on streets everywhere in Washington, DC, on 16 September.

#tbt The shock when past hyperbole becomes reality…

I know it’s Wednesday but I wanna #tbt to an image I made about a month ago, which was, well, supposed to be hyperbolic… I guess this is how the creators of Idiocracy feel.

See the original #freshgrad post here, a response to this.

Despite my Millennial status I can’t even begin to turn this post into something #funny or #relatable or #ironic, because stuff like this is chilling.

On the bright (orange) side, the more idiotic and repugnant this All-American Cheetoh makes himself look, the less “centrists” or anyone scared of having too strong an opinion will be able to support him. (I hope?)

Well now my polarised home country is possibly in the beginnings of a Civil War – not to mention a standoff with North Korea – so I guess the Trump presidency so far is everything us liberal creative types feared.