This strip should’ve been in black and white! :D
It explains the state of mind of a great many college graduates
It a starting point Doggiebert… Duh…!
It’s not bad knowing what your family and peers think of as right and wrong. Once you have the foundation you can build your own life by making your own bad decisions.
This is how religions got started.
I always advised my kids to question authority. One of my girls got a tat that reads “Question Everything.”
Question only the things that are unsolved, today on unsolved mysteries.
Right? Wrong? What are these concepts your speak of? Does Hollywood and most politicians know of this?
Young woman in my Philosophy 101 class, to our instructor: “If my grandpa were here he’d wash your mouth out with soap!”
Maybe she should have known better than to take a philosophy class, but that would have required critical thinking. So maybe she was right where she needed to be.
kinda like following a political leader no matter how moronic, incompetent or corrupt because he is in the team, and all that matters is to make the team win
Current Repub reasoning.
Reminds me of one of my favorite Calvin and Hobbes strips:
Calvin: “I’ve decided that if something bugs me, I just won’t think about it. Then I’ll be happy all the time!”
Hobbes: “Isn’t that a silly and irresponsible way to live?”
Calvin: “What a pretty afternoon!”
Trust no one but yourself.
A great number of people think they are thinking, when they are just rearranging incorrect information.
I had a sign in my office that said “Question Authority”. I was considered the authoritarian because I had to oversee the conduct program, so it did not sit well with some of the others.
The ones who that sign angered the most were the so-called liberals. Actually in many ways they proved to be phony liberals and did whatever they could to undermine student rights.
I got great satisfaction within two years after resigning from that job. The primary hypocrite who led the little group had to answer an ACLU complaint re an illegal search of a student’s property. It was followed by a fine of $35,000 by the EPA against the institution for having students work in hazardous conditions.
One of the student workers was in the environmental sciences program. He had filed a complaint that the renovation work (using student workers) had to be stopped until the proper protections were taken because asbestos was present. Instead they removed that student.
“Because my parents told me not to think about that.”
Where’s the guy’s MAGAhat?
Different cultural mores.
Never admit, seldom deny, always distinguish….
This explains the last presidential term…