Listen: it’s EXTREMELY AMAZING that this woman went to Africa to help care for Ebola patients. But then to fight quarantine for the incubation period – which, YES, is just a precaution, but still probably one some people in Dallas would have appreciated! – is ridiculous. It exemplifies this growing trend in the US of everyone being a damn victim, whose rights are violated. Our PC, victim culture is killing me, and this woman’s story exemplifies it, in my opinion. Seriously, the Ebola doc in New York is playing the guitar in quarantine, not bitching about rights violations. So dumb.
See the boobs? See the headline? I’m a sucker for puns, what can I say? I am also disgusted by society’s use of the Internet as an ID machine, and our GoPro addiction feeds right into that. Luckily, I’m not alone, and a Redditor made a video about it, too.
If you listen to the media or anyone on Main Street, they’ll tell you Wall Streeters are nothing but greedy jerks who don’t give a fuck about the have-nots. So I went down to lower Manhattan to ask them whether or not that’s true. Fair enough question, right?
This one was sooooo hard to do, but I seriously HATE how the Internet has removed accountability from our social interactions. People say the meanest things to each other online like it’s no big deal, when meanwhile they’d never say such things to a person’s face. It’s changing society, making us all more callous, and that is a bad thing in this Resident’s opinion.
In case you forgot, I hate sexy Halloween costumes. I also hate costumes that are offensive for no good reason. And someone just made an Ebola Halloween costume. So you know what I had to do, right?
Who watches CNN? Who watches FOX? Who would like to watch me dance in the subway? All these questions are answered in this video! Also: WATCH MANY SOURCES OF NEWS, PEOPLE. It is the only way to get an inkling into the truth in today’s over-saturated media market.
For the love of god, leave the kids in Syria out of your fucking ego fest, people!
NO, I did not select only a certain type of person for this clip. This is a fair pooling of exactly who was in Times Square on this evening. It’s a crazy, crazy world we live in, where unthinkable acts of evil can be going on in one place, while in another, naked, painted women waltz around selling you stuff. This is the world we’ve created.
Seriously, how narcissistic can you be, people?!