Upon further review, the caption should have read, “Long story short, the woman he was talking to wasn’t pregnant”. Sorry for the confusion in the attempt to keep it brief.
I’ll bet if you put it on a ballot for a national vote, DST would be overwhelmingly voted out of existence. Also, Maine should be in the Atlantic time zone, like Nova Scotia (which Maine used to be part of).
Didn’t think this needed to be explained to anyone who has dealt with setting their clocks ahead one hour the night before.
It’s called satire. Attempting to steer attention away from it by playing the victim role, saying it’s “hatred” is actually validating the target was hit accurately and that you can’t defend it. There’s no “hate” in this cartoon any more than there’s “hate” in cartoons about lawyers or doctors.
I think you missed the joke…
Or perhaps just a silly gag
I’d like to think that the other side opposing Nazis can lay claim to the moral high ground.
Perhaps I should point out that the sign only says “allegations”.
That’s how sexual abuse by prominent, powerful men works. Have you not paid any attention to all the stories coming out now of abuse that took place over years and the many women who feared what would happen if they spoke out? It was compounded that the ones molested by Moore were children.
1. No, it hasn’t been debunked. It’s actually been substantiated by others citing security at high schools to look out for him lurking around, hitting on young girls.
2. The yearbook would be turned over in discovery if Moore carried through on his threat to sue. If the allegations are completely untrue, why haven’t they filed suit?