@hasya23 i'll never understand how these people start with a conclusion, fabricate evidence to support that conclusion, then point to the fraudulent evidence as irrefutable proof
usually they know they are wrong and in many cases are just looking for ways to justify it to outsiders
@hasya23 if they know they are wrong then their misinformation must serve a purpose, but what?
I have some notes about other such phenomena , which seem very tinfoil and unrelated when i re-read and think about it but I was going to use it for some dystopian fiction
but in any case, when there's a clear political motive it makes sense to lie and agitate those loyal to your cause, but what's the motivation here? anti-drug? anti-tattoo? religious?
i think in this specific case its probably a meme masquerading as a sincere sentiment for humor purposes
@hasya23 oh... oh right 😂
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