And Sometimes You Just Move On

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A: Hi, everyone! Welcome to another edition of "Geometric Objects Explaining Complicated Things."

B: Today we're going to explain the difference between "satire" and "modern political discourse."

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A: Pass.

B: Next question!

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Congrats on 18 years!  I

Congrats on 18 years!  I quite liked this one, made me laugh & share w/ my co-worker.

Minor spelling correction for the transcript: s/sature/satire/

Fixed! Thanks.

Fixed! Thanks.

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Writer, former musician, occasional cartoonist, and noted authority on his own opinions.

That's what is wrong with the

That's what is wrong with the new right. They are unparodyable. As soon as you think up something so outrageous and stupid that you think it will never happen IRL, they blow right by it. I mean really, corporations with religious preferrences? Allowing commercial discrimination based on religious beliefs? Allowing scientifically false religious beliefs as basis for corporate discrimination? I'm waiting for the Flat Earth Society to weigh in on this one.

And you think the Left is any

And you think the Left is any better?  The way they act about "secular humanism" is pretty much exactly like a religion without a supreme being.  Only they keep trying to act all high and mighty about it (as long as they can get away with spending other people's money).  As the saying goes, "if it walks like a duck, and swims like a duck, and quacks like a duck, it's a duck.  if it walks like a religion, and swims like a religion, and quacks like a religion, it's a duck."

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. -- Scott

Because one of its legs are

Because one of its legs are both the same!

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Writer, former musician, occasional cartoonist, and noted authority on his own opinions.