Rick and morty 91d86486 2737 4e8f a1ca 8e1b1ed1070d

sevaar777 Free

F'ng nuts and identifies with Rick Sanchez. Hates stupidity. Favorite icons to emulate: Mr. Spock, and George Carlin. Seeks a life of cool emotionless logic, and hot passionate sarcasm. Favorite motto: "Up is down, and black is white", i. e. Reality is never what it seems.. Hates Superman because of issues with authority figures. Likes Batman for the same reasons.

Recent Comments

  1. about 5 hours ago on Matt Davies

    My point, exactly. They vote that way too.

  2. about 5 hours ago on Candorville

    Check the sodium content on plant based meat. It’s not your friend if you have high blood pressure.

  3. about 5 hours ago on Clay Jones

    Give the Orange sub-human a break, screwing up is the only thing he’s ever been good at.

  4. about 5 hours ago on Tom Toles

    Well, a start would be to stop acting like “Republican-lite” when it’s sometimes difficult to tell the two political platforms apart. Kissing corporation behind, failing to promote fact over fiction when it’s expedient, and trying to maintain the status quo when real and honest change is necessary, are some examples. The oligarchy has handily used the cultural and institutionalized racism in this country to convince whites that no matter how miserable their lives become (much to the 001% profit) , they are at least better than “those people”. Don’t forget reverse snobbery in regards to liberals and elites. The founding fathers thought enough checks and balances would keep political parties having to work together in government to get anything done. Nice try, but after two and a half centuries we find ourselves tumbling down the rabbit hole to authoritarianism, the very thing the founders were trying to prevent, but many now approve to see any change at all, even horrible changes. The party of the lame have to stand up and show that there is a real working alternative to the way things are, and at least some kind of plan to get there.

  5. about 6 hours ago on Brian McFadden

    May the Orange Death-tart OD himself so the nation can raise a memorial to his absolute failure of honoring his oath of office.

  6. about 6 hours ago on Matt Davies

    That lottery mentality may not be too far off.. I’ve read a bit of psych theory on the myth of the “American Dream”. Many feel that they are “temporarily embarrassed millionaires” that given the right big break they would succeed beyond their wildest hopes. That mindset justifies support for their idols who are examples of what they are hoping to become. Plus, the mythology that in America, you come by wealth by hard work and moral integrity. Therefore, if you are wealthy you are automatically morally superior, not to mention somehow more intelligent. The “prosperity gospel” espoused by many Christians is based on god rewarding the righteous and faithful with health and wealth. Voters don’t get angry when those they elect ignore them, because they feel that they know how to run things better than them, they failed to work hard enough or please god, or the “evil” opposition stopped them. These people are examples of the dismal failure to teach reality based critical thinking in schools.

  7. 1 day ago on Michael Ramirez

    Sources, please?

  8. 2 days ago on Steve Breen

    Fred, father of the Orange dick-tator, gave sonny a massive fortune through tax evasion and fraud. The Tangerine son of Turd then proceeded to bankrupt himself multiple times conning his way back by cheating banks, employees, and contractors. This grifter didn’t need democracy, as his type are common in authotarian governments. It’s just that he would have been executed long before this by those governments for his gross Incompetence.

  9. 2 days ago on Clay Jones

    Nothing like institutionalized racism at the Federal level. America, still the “Shining city on the Hill..” if you are white.

  10. 2 days ago on ViewsAmerica

    No, they would burn wooden crosses on black homeowners lawns..