Thursday, May 5, 2016

Donald Trump celebrates Cinco de Mayo

While waiting for a table at "Hot Fajitas and Chicas," I was lucky enough to bump into Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, and asked him how he was celebrating Cinco de Mayo, to which he replied:

"I'm gonna make 'Hot Fajitas and Chicas' great again, mark my word. What I'm going to do is have Mexicans build me a big beautiful margarita and then make them pay for it. It's gonna be yuuuge, believe me. If they don't like it, they can count on making me a margarita that's 5 inches bigger."

When asking the business mogul how he was going to accomplish this, he said:

"I'm just gonna do it. Consider it done. It's gonna be tremendous, bigly tremendous, so bigly tremendously unbelievable, you won't be able to believe it, that I can promise you."

Once Trump was seated, I asked a Mexican-American employee, Maria Virginia, what she thought about the billionaire's idea, to which she responded:

"No f**king way!" adding, "What in the hell kind of language was he speaking anyway? Learn English, senor!"

Once word got around about Trump's con, rumor has it all "Hot Fajitas and Chicas" employees vowed to grate Trump again, and again, and again.

What was that, Mr. Trump?

Not too long ago, Donald Trump drew criticism for telling MSNBC's Chris Matthews that he believed women who have abortions should get punished. When he was asked by MSNBC's Willie Geist on Wednesday whether or not he stood by his previous comments, here is what the presumptive Republican presidential nominee said:

"No, he was asking me a theoretical, or just a question in theory, and I talked about it only from that standpoint. Of course not. And that was done, he said, you know, I guess it was theoretically, but he was asking a rhetorical question, and I gave an answer. And by the way, people thought from an academic standpoint, and, asked rhetorically, people said that answer was an unbelievable academic answer! But of course not, and I said that afterwards."

This is the Republican nominee for president, folks. This is one of your two main options to lead this country starting in 2017. Let that sink in for a second...

Have you let that possibility sink in yet? You've grabbed a bottle of whiskey, haven't you? Trust me, you're not alone. Well, while we're all getting hammered, why not try to have a little fun with this quote, especially since Trump himself has previously stated, "I know words. I have the best words"?

As the above quote indicates, Donald Trump appears to confuse the words theoretically and rhetorically with hypothetically, much like he confuses democratic socialism with socialism and communism, 9/11 with 7-Eleven, Second Corinthians with Two Corinthians, etc. Given these seemingly constant word mix-ups, here's how I envision the GOP presidential nominee expressing himself in the following situations:

Event: A speech on terrorism

Trump: "It's a well known fact, Islam teaches Museums to hate America. So, like, yeah, we need to go ahead and bomb the countries of Iraq, Iran, and Cereal."


Event: Giving the birds-and-bees talk to one of his daughters

Trump: "Sex is a part of every person's life, but you have to be safe, okay? First off, always make sure the guy is wearing a condominium. If he doesn't wear a condominium, you could get pregnant or get one of those diseases, like slurpees or diarrhea."


Event: Sharing his handwritten wedding vows

Trump: "I vow to always be nice, treat you with respect, and make you organic plasma every time we formulate in bed or wherever. I vow to hold your hand and take care of you when you've got the flu, a cold, or a sinus reflection. I vow to always be somewhat loyal and to never commit an act of fidelity Castro or whatever that is."


Event: Talking sports at a bar

Trump: "Kayne Bryant is maybe the best basketball player ever. Some people will say it's Kareem Abdul-Jabba the Hutt and others will say it's Michael Jackson, but I gotta disagree. It's Kayne Bryant."


Event: Teaching an English course

Trump: "It's truly a honer to be here today. I remember when I first learned the English, like the subjects and predilections, the nouns, verbs, and propositions. Sentences were huge when I was growing up, I mean, they were like unbelievably big. Words were even bigger than sentences, like really really big, even bigly if you wanted to put it that way. My favorite word growing up was grammatically, because, I mean, that's like an ode to grandma, and I loved my grandma very very much, my grammatically grandma. So yeah, if any of you have any questions, ask away. I know words. I have the best words."

https://www.rawstory.com/2016/05/trumps-80-word-explanation-about-punishing-women-for-abortion-will-make-you-instantly-dumber/comments/#disqus

http://gawker.com/yet-another-bold-claim-from-donald-trump-i-know-words-1750331997

Cancelling shows at home but not abroad

There's been a great deal of controversy swirling around HB2, a bill recently passed in North Carolina and signed by Governor Pat McCrory. The law prevents transgender individuals from using public restrooms of the gender with which they identify. This has led to a series of boycotts, ranging from businesspeople to athletes to musicians and beyond. One musician who cancelled a show in North Carolina due to the controversial bill was "The Boss" Bruce Springsteen. In response to his cancellation, several conservatives criticized the rock star for being hypocritical, as he cancelled a show in the U.S. due to anti-LGBT legislation yet didn't do so in foreign countries which possessed far more extreme anti-LGBT laws. I've heard this line of reasoning on multiple occasions from conservatives, especially with regard to the LGBT community: "Things aren't so bad here. Just be grateful you don't live in Africa or the Middle East" or "Why do you criticize our LGBT laws so much while ignoring harsher ones in other countries?"

At the surface, these conservatives are right - many (lesser developed) countries do possess stricter laws than the United States with regard to the LGBT community. They'd also be correct to say, regardless of the country, there's no such thing as a "moral" anti-LGBT law. But that's where the similarities end, as when we dig deeper and look at the complete picture, we realize this isn't an apples-to-apples type of situation.

What it really comes down to is a home-first mentality and the potential impact of such boycotts. While many of us would love to Miss Universe contestants finally get their wish of "world peace" and feel it's our duty to continually contribute to that cause, most of us also feel it's our duty to focus on our own problems first and foremost. Looking at things on a smaller scale, while I'd love to solve the problems of all U.S. families, my main focus is of course going to be on my own family. How can we realistically solve all other countries' problems when we've yet to solve our own? Also, if American musicians perform in oppressed countries, while they may not directly prompt legal changes, they could very well inspire others to get involved and help bring about these much needed changes. In our own country, it's much more likely we can directly prompt legal changes, which make boycotts like Springsteen's significantly more effective.

No, anti-LGBT laws are never moral and we should do everything in our power to repeal them, but we need to start here at home. It does no good to criticize underdeveloped nations for their laws when ours are just as flawed. It does no good to deprive citizens of these nations of the music, inspiration, and hope we often times take for granted here in this country. It does no good to declare ourselves the greatest country in the world while comparing ourselves to lesser developed nations due to similarities in anti-LGBT legislation. If we truly want to be the world's model for morality, we'll have to start showcasing this more regularly, instead of pointing to those living in poverty thousands of miles away and saying, "Well, they're worse than us." With that kind of mentality, the U.S. should simply strive for second-to-last in every Olympic event.

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

With many GOPers, denial Trumps reality

With his big win in the Indiana primary yesterday, it's all but assured business mogul Donald Trump will reach 1,237 delegates and become the Republican nominee for president. While many on the right are distancing themselves from Trump and laying claim he's not representative of the party as a whole, let's not kid ourselves; this had been a long time coming.

1) When Democratic President Lyndon Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act in 1964, Republican progressives and Democratic conservatives slowly began switching sides.

2) During the Reagan years, the GOP started implementing a trickledown-economic platform, favoring the uber-wealthy over the middle- and lower-classes.

3) With Bill Clinton in office, right-leaning talk radio and cable news outlets (Fox News) made their debuts and started dominating the airwaves, paying more attention to conspiracy theories than fact-checkers.

4) The 9/11 terrorist attacks prompted multiple wars overseas, the government to pass laws favoring a sense of security over liberty, and wrongly painting terrorists as Muslims (or vice versa).

5) Almost immediately after Barack Obama won the 2008 presidential election, Republican leaders in Congress said their top goal was to limit him to one term. Not long after he entered the Oval Office, a seemingly constant stream of lies was spread about him, from him not being an American citizen, to him being Muslim, to his healthcare plan including death panels, and beyond.

6) Especially since President Obama got elected, Republican politicians have attempted to enforce an increasing number of laws which: Strip women of their reproductive rights, prevent women from receiving equal pay for equal work, deny LGBTs equal rights and services, make it more difficult for multiple demographics to vote (especially minorities, students, and women), provide more tax breaks for the top 1% than the bottom 99%, make it more difficult for women to receive birth-control coverage on their employer-based healthcare plans, limit the number of people eligible for Medicaid, make it more difficult for non-heterosexual white Christian men to be seen and treated as equals in the eyes of the law, etc.

So in comes Donald Trump, who wants to do the following:

- Build a wall between the southern U.S. border with Mexico

- Temporarily bar Muslims from entering this country

- Punish women for having abortions

- Deport all illegal immigrants

- Bomb countries left and right in the Middle East

Not only that, but Trump has:

- Made racist statements against just about every ethnicity one could conjure

- Been openly sexist more times than Sesame Street's The Count could tally

- Uttered extremely xenophobic statements, especially with regard to Muslims

- Made his fortune at least partially due to the $1 million his father initially loaned him (so no, he didn't "build that")

- Been married three times, twice to immigrants (hasn't always been the most faithful husband either)

- Been graded as mostly honest just 9% of the time according to fact-checker Politifact, while he's been graded as mostly dishonest 76% of the time

The Republican Party has spent years spreading fear and paranoia via hyperbole, Fox News, talk radio, and rampant lies. They've done all they can to showcase all whom don't classify as a straight white Christian male in a negative light. With the GOP, not only are corporations viewed as people, corporations trump people, In addition to that, a sense of superiority trumps equality, oligarchy trumps democracy, fallacy trumps reason, and denial Trumps reality. The end result is Donald Trump - the 2016 Republican nominee for president. He may not be representative of the Republican Party of the distant past, but he's a direct reflection of what the GOP has become.

http://www.politifact.com/personalities/donald-trump/

#ActionMovieCampaignSlogan and #TrumpConspiracyTheories

The hashtags #ActionMovieCampaignSlogan and #TrumpConspiracyTheories weren't rending for very long on Twitter yesterday, but I had a little bit of fun with them regardless. Here are my posts, ordered from the most to the least popular (all my tweets can be seen here - https://twitter.com/CraigRozniecki):

1) "What are you lookin' at, butthead?"
#ActionMovieCampaignSlogan
35 Likes, 11 Retweets

2) Big guns, bigger ego, tiny penis
#ActionMovieCampaignSlogan
19 Likes, 11 Retweets

3) Trump, Limbaugh, & Gingrich's 7 exes divorced them to prove gay marriage isn't any less moral, b/c they're lesbians
#TrumpConspiracyTheories
16 Likes, 7 Retweets

4) 7-Eleven was an inside job
#TrumpConspiracyTheories
11 Likes, 5 Retweets

5) Jim Cantore made up climate-change because he once sprained his back while reporting on Hurricane Gullible
#TrumpConspiracyTheories
12 Likes, 3 Retweets

6) Nothing says macho like a basketball ring
#ActionMovieCampaignSlogan
12 Likes, 2 Retweets

7) Gandhi came back to life to shoot JFK and try to prove that guns actually kill people
#TrumpConspiracyTheories
10 Likes, 3 Retweets

8) Approval ratings among women is skewed because not enough men were asked
#TrumpConspiracyTheories
8 Likes, 4 Retweets

9) To Trump: Punishing women for abortions, take 43
#ActionMovieCampaignSlogan
5 Likes, 4 Retweets

10) Lights, camera, bullsh*t!
#ActionMovieCampaignSlogan
4 Likes, 2 Retweets

10) Plausibility is never an option
#ActionMovieCampaignSlogan
6 Likes, 0 Retweets

12) "Let's go to war for no reason"
#ActionMovieCampaignSlogan
3 Likes, 2 Retweets

12) 0.2% of the time orange guys get the chicks every time
#ActionMovieCampaignSlogan
4 Likes, 1 Retweet

12) Make America waste money again!
#ActionMovieCampaignSlogan
5 Likes, 0 Retweets

15) The first rule of fight club is to not constantly fight oneself with contradictions
#ActionMovieCampaignSlogan
2 Likes, 1 Retweet

15) The moon landing was just a scene from a David Lynch or Terry Gilliam film
#TrumpConspiracyTheories
2 Likes, 1 Retweet

15) Mathematicians
2007: 173 > 365
2008: 173 < 365
Result: Obama wins election
#TrumpConspiracyTheories
3 Likes, 0 Retweets

18) No plans, just kickin' ass
#ActionMovieCampaignSlogan
1 Like, 1 Retweet

18) "Let's blow sh*t up!"
#ActionMovieCampaignSlogan
2 Likes, 0 Retweets

18) Less creepy than the bad guy
#ActionMovieCampaignSlogan
2 Likes, 0 Retweets

21) The crazier the better!
#ActionMovieCampaignSlogan
0 Likes, 1 Retweet

21) "I crap bigger than you" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0IfzRf1DtxQ …
#ActionMovieCampaignSlogan
1 Like, 0 Retweets

21) "Let's edit this out..."
#ActionMovieCampaignSlogan
1 Like, 0 Retweets

24) Reasonable plots suck
#ActionMovieCampaignSlogan
0 Likes, 0 Retweets

24) "...and this year's Razzie goes to..."
#ActionMovieCampaignSlogan
0 Likes, 0 Retweets

Totals: 164 Likes, 59 Retweets (Averages of 6.6 Likes, 2.4 Retweets)

Political Correctness with Donald Drumpf

Likely Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton drew criticism the other day for saying, "I have a lot of experience dealing with men who sometimes get off the reservation in the way they behave and how they speak," during an interview with CNN. Donald Trump, the likely Republican nominee, was perhaps the most outspoken critic of the former Secretary of State, saying, "If I made that statement about women, it'd be front-page headlines. ...the Indians have gotten wild [about Clinton's statement]." The Clinton camp has since apologized, as political director Amanda Renteria posted this tweet regarding the matter: "Hillary Clinton meant no disrespect to Native Americans. She wants this election to be about lifting people up, not tearing them down."

While I shouldn't make light of Clinton's poor choice of words, it's difficult to not see the hilarious irony in Trump's critique of them. If just about anyone else had criticized Clinton for her offensive remark, the irony would be minor, if present at all. With it being Donald Trump, however, the irony is so thick Alanis Morissette is currently writing a song about it. Let's stand back for a moment and look at the bigger picture here. Mr. Trump, the floor is yours...

"When Mexico sends its people, they're not sending the best. They're not sending you, they're sending people that have lots of problems and they're bringing those problems with us. They're bringing drugs. They're bring crime. They're rapists... And some, I assume, are good people."

 Interesting... Anything else you'd like to say on the matter?

"I will build a great wall - and nobody builds walls better than me, believe me - and I'll build them very inexpensively. I will build a great, great wall on our southern border, and I will make Mexico pay for that wall. Mark my words."

Consider them marked. How about delving into another topic?

"The beauty of me is that I'm very rich."

Oh, going into your favorite subject, eh? Yourself?

"My fingers are long and beautiful, as, it has been well documented, are various other parts of my body."

Hmm, are you sure about that?

"Look at those hands, are they small hands? And [Marco Rubio] referred to my hands: 'If they're small, something else must be small.' I guarantee you there's no problem. I guarantee."

If you say so... What do you really think about yourself, sir?

"My IQ is one of the highest - and you all know it! Please don't feel stupid or insecure; it's not your fault."

We've already established insecurities regarding the size of your manhood, but moving on... Many have called you out for your sexist rhetoric. What do you have to say in response to those individuals?

"You know, it really doesn't matter what the media write as long as you've got a young, and beautiful, piece of ass."

Okay, I'm already regretting moving the interview in this direction. I...

"Arianna Huffington is unattractive, both inside and out. I fully understand why her husband left her for a man - he made a good decision."

Okay, I'm going to stop you...

"Robert Pattinson should not take back Kristen Stewart. She cheated on him like a dog & will do it again - just watch. He can do much better!"

Okay, so what are your thoughts on...

"If I were running 'The View,' I'd fire Rosie O'Donnell. I mean, I'd look at her right in that fat, ugly face of her's, I'd say, 'Rosie, you're fired.'"

Let's stop right there...

"I think the only difference between me and the other candidates is that I'm more honest and my women are more beautiful."

Fabulous... Let's now talk about...

"All of the women on The Apprentice flirted with me - consciously or unconsciously. That's to be expected."

That's terrific. So, about...

"I've said if Ivanka weren't my daughter, perhaps I'd be dating her."

Please, Mr. Trump, let's move on to something else, anything else...

"An extremely credible source has called my office and told me that Barack Obama's birth certificate is a fraud."

Alright, any other potential conspiracy theory-related topics you'd like to discuss?

"I was down there, and I watched our police and our firemen, down on 7-Eleven, down at the World Trade Center, right after it came down."

Interesting... Well, we're almost out of time. In closing, what are your thoughts on your likely general election opponent, Hillary Clinton?

"The only card [Hillary Clinton] has is the woman's card. She's got nothing else to offer and frankly, if Hillary Clinton were a man, I don't think she'd get 5 percent of the vote. The only thing she's got going is the woman's card, and the beautiful thing is, women don't like her."

Oh, Mr. Trump, I just heard word that Hillary Clinton said this during an interview with CNN: "I have a lot of experience dealing with men who sometimes get off the reservation in the way they behave and how they speak," What are your thoughts?

"That's where I draw the line. That's like totally off-the-reservation offensive, especially to those Indian dudes."

http://www.latimes.com/politics/la-na-trailguide-05022016-trump-slams-clinton-for-off-the-reservation-rema-1462195229-htmlstory.html

http://www.marieclaire.co.uk/blogs/550112/donald-trump-quotes.html

UPDATED: The Tracy Fort Show (3:30 pm EST today)

I just thought I'd pass along information for a friend of mine's radio show. Tracy Fort of The Tracy Fort Show just posted the following message on her Twitter account:

"Join me at 2:30 CST as we discuss #HB1523 and how we can repeal it!Listen live or later: http://tobtr.com/8802251  Taking calls at 215-383-3795"

For more information, check out her Twitter page at this link - https://twitter.com/TracyFortShow

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

When the tables are turned on "religious freedom"...

Let's make no mistake about it, the "religious freedom" laws being passed in this country are the 21st century's version of Jim Crow laws. While everyone is free to believe as they so choose in their private time, laws have been continually enforced in order to prevent one's personal beliefs from impeding on others' rights when in the workplace. "Religious freedom" laws, like Jim Crow laws, are allowing people's personal beliefs and biases to be carried over into the workplace, preventing certain demographics from being treated as equals in the process. For those who are supporting such legislation, claiming that these laws aren't discriminatory and are just about protecting religious freedom, allow me to run through a pair of scenarios for you...

Scenario #1

Chip Beelzebub: "Hi, and welcome to The Sweetest of Cakes Atheist Bakery. How are you doing this fine day?"

Mary Virgin: "Good, thanks"

Chip: "What can I do for you?"

Mary: "I'd like to buy a cake."

Chip: "Ah, for any special reason?"

Mary: "A wedding"

Chip: "Well, congratulations!"

Mary: "Thanks!"

Chip: "Mind me asking if you're a Christian?"

Mary: "Yes, why?"

Chip: "Well, I'm sorry, but I can't provide you with any of our products or services."

Mary: "Why not?"

Chip: "It's company policy to not serve Christians. We here at SOCAB strongly disagree with their beliefs, and due to the religious freedom bill, it's legal for us to deny these customers service."

Mary: "Oh, okay, well, that makes sense. Have a nice day!"

Chip: "You too, and once again, congratulations!"

Yeah, like that would ever happen...


Scenario #2

Chip Beelzebub: "Hi, and welcome to The Sweetest of Cakes Atheist Bakery. How are you doing this fine day?"

Mary Virgin: "Good, thanks"

Chip: "What can I do for you?"

Mary: "I'd like to buy a cake."

Chip: "Ah, for any special reason?"

Mary: "A wedding"

Chip: "Well, congratulations!"

Mary: "Thanks!"

Chip: "Mind me asking if you're a Christian?"

Mary: "Yes, why?"

Chip: "Well, I'm sorry, but I can't provide you with any of our products or services."

Mary: "Why not?"

Chip: "It's company policy to not serve Christians. We here at SOCAB strongly disagree with their beliefs, and due to the religious freedom bill, it's legal for us to deny these customers service."

Mary: "What?!? You can't do that! That's discrimination!"

Chip: "No it's not; it's religious freedom."

Mary: "Discrimination!"

Chip: "Religious freedom."

Mary: "Discrimination! Why don't you force us to go in separate restrooms and drink from separate water fountains while you're at it, like they did with blacks back in the day?!?"

Chip: "That's completely different. Blacks were deprived of services due to their race, meanwhile you're being denied services because of your creed. Like I said, completely different."


"Religious freedom," the law which uses religion to deny others freedom.

Protect the lives of puppy-monkey-babies!

Family Research Council founder James Dobson has decided to take his fight against abortion to the next level, as he has recently lobbied Congressional Republicans to sign a bill protecting the life of each and every puppy-monkey-baby. On his radio show, Family Talk with Dr. James Dobson, the evangelical leader said this:

"Have you seen the Mountain Dew puppy-monkey-baby commercial? Some people have found this ad disturbing, even going so far as to say the creators must have been snorting some kind of drugs, like Pepto Bismol. I, however, find it disturbing for another reason - there has been no legislation proposed in Congress to protect puppy-monkey-babies from abortion. I realize there have been no other reported cases of puppy-monkey-babies and it's still highly perplexing how this first one came to be born - perhaps via a crazy threesome between a bulldog, a woman named Barbara Shitzcrazy, and a pygmy marmoset - but in any case, we must protect these fetus animal things. So I want each and every one of you to write and call your local Congressmen and tell them to pass a bill protecting the innocent lives of puppy-monkey-babies. Tell them that, unless you're a gay or lesbo, we're all God's children, that we should all be accepted and loved as such, and that if they don't pass such a bill, they'll be going to hell. Amen."

In response to Dobson's statement, the creators of the Mountain Dew ad said, "What the hell kinda sh*t is that dude on? Whatever it is, give us some to help us with our next commercial, 'hippo tarantula princess.'"

Info on my Facebook business, Twitter, and Tumblr pages

Here's the URL to my Facebook business page. I update it fairly regularly, but still haven't put forth a great deal of effort yet in researching matters and attempting to make the most out of it. In any case, it can be perused here:

http://www.facebook.com/AuthorCraigRozniecki?ref=hl


Up next is my Twitter page. I'm still not 100% certain what I'm doing on there yet, but feel I'm gradually getting the hang of it and am up to 36,838 followers. I update it daily with many of my own tweets, but also by retweeting some others'. It can be found here:

https://twitter.com/CraigRozniecki


Lastly, here's my Tumblr page, which I've neglected quite a bit recently, but if you're at all curious, you can find it at the following link:

http://www.tumblr.com/blog/rozzy81

Weekly update of my book information

For new readers (and regular ones, I suppose), here's some information pertaining to my books.

All twelve of my books can be purchased in paperback form at the following site (and others):

http://www.lulu.com/shop/search.ep?type=&keyWords=craig+rozniecki&x=7&y=5&sitesearch=lulu.com&q=

The ten books I've written and released in the past 4 years (yes, I've been on a roll) can be purchased for much cheaper in Kindle form at the following link:

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_ss_i_0_22?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=craig%20rozniecki%20kindle&sprefix=craig+rozniecki+kindle%2Caps%2C228&rh=i%3Aaps%2Ck%3Acraig%20rozniecki%20kindle

Monday, May 2, 2016

#TheBibleHasTaughtMe

In addition to #FakeTabloidFacts, I had some more fun with the trending Twitter hashtag #TheBibleHasTaughtMe over the weekend. Here are my tweets, ordered from the most to the least popular (all my tweets can be read here - https://twitter.com/CraigRozniecki):

1) #TheBibleHasTaughtMe that Jesus never said, "I love everyone. Oh, you're gay? I'm sorry, but I can't bake this cake for you."
122 Likes, 48 Retweets

2) #TheBibleHasTaughtMe that "Thou shalt not be gay" & "Thou shalt give to the wealthy while stomping on the needy" are not Commandments
40 Likes, 14 Retweets

3) #TheBibleHasTaughtMe you can't have "Two Corinthians" without First Corinthians (http://www.christianpost.com/news/donald-trump-stephen-colbert-two-2-corinthians-bible-verse-liberty-university-155836/ …)
27 Likes, 11 Retweets

4) #TheBibleHasTaughtMe contradictions will never go endangered, let alone extinct
27 Likes, 5 Retweets

5) #TheBibleHasTaughtMe Jesus was white, Christian, and American. Nevermind, I was taught that elsewhere...
24 Likes, 4 Retweets

6) #TheBibleHasTaughtMe many RWNJs read a different Bible
14 Likes, 4 Retweets

7) #TheBibleHasTaughtMe I should be grateful my parents didn't name me Gad, Ham, Dodo, or Basemath
16 Likes, 1 Retweet

8) #TheBibleHasTaughtMe, when debating capital punishment, it's perfectly reasonable to say, "An eye for an eye, but also turn the other cheek"
10 Likes, 4 Retweets

9) #TheBibleHasTaughtMe insanity is timeless
10 Likes, 2 Retweets

10) #TheBibleHasTaughtMe one needn't be drunk to attempt to walk on water, but there's still a 99% chance that is the case
8 Likes, 3 Retweets

10) #TheBibleHasTaughtMe anything is possible with an imagination, acid, and a way to communicate a message
10 Likes, 1 Retweet

12) #TheBibleHasTaughtMe about eight different types of marriages - http://www.religioustolerance.org/mar_bibl0.htm
4 Likes, 1 Retweet

Totals: 312 Likes, 98 Retweets (Averages of 26.0 Likes, 8.2 Retweets)

#FakeTabloidFacts

I had a little fun with the trending Twitter hashtag #FakeTabloidFacts over the weekend. Here are my tweets, ordered from the most to least popular (all my tweets can be viewed here - https://twitter.com/CraigRozniecki):

1) Rush Limbaugh, Donald Trump, Newt Gingrich, & Kim Davis, w/their 14 marriages, author the new book, "Sanctity of Marriage"
#FakeTabloidFacts
28 Likes, 23 Retweets

2) 5 out of every 4 studies suggests U.S. is falling behind in math
#FakeTabloidFacts
27 Likes, 12 Retweets

3) The NRA teaches the new philosophy class, "If someone's shot/killed by a gun but no one's there to see it, did it happen?"
#FakeTabloidFacts
26 Likes, 11 Retweets

4) Alice Cooper, Marilyn Manson, & Rob Zombie to start their "Not As Creepy As Cruz and Fiorina Tour" in Angel City, Florida
#FakeTabloidFacts
21 Likes, 12 Retweets

5) Donald Trump, Chris Christie, and Bill O'Reilly form the boy band Old Pricks On the Block
#FakeTabloidFacts
16 Likes, 6 Retweets

Ted Cruz temporarily shuts down his mouth to help improve the mental health in this country
#FakeTabloidFacts
15 Likes, 6 Retweets

5) The GOP alters its logo from an elephant to a hybrid of a sloth and a jackass
#FakeTabloidFacts
18 Likes, 3 Retweets

7) President Trump deports his wife
#FakeTabloidFacts
13 Likes, 7 Retweets

7) Jesus makes an appearance on election day to vote against Trump
#FakeTabloidFacts
20 Likes, 0 Retweets

9) George W. Bush finally finds WMDs, in the form of Dick Cheney's hunting rifles
#FakeTabloidFacts
16 Likes, 3 Retweets

9) Christians accept bakeries not serving them because of religious freedom
#FakeTabloidFacts
16 Likes, 3 Retweets

11) Study proves commercial's accuracy: Cialis does prompt two people to hold hands while sitting in separate bathtubs outside
#FakeTabloidFacts
15 Likes, 2 Retweets

12) Ted Cruz & Carly Fiorina's Creepy Children's Songs Tour to kick off in Hell, Michigan
#FakeTabloidFacts
12 Likes, 4 Retweets

12) Ted Cruz named People magazine's sexiest man alive
#FakeTabloidFacts
15 Likes, 1 Retweet

14) Study shows link between tiny unnaturally orange hands and tremendously unbelievably yuuuge manhood
#FakeTabloidFacts
11 Likes, 4 Retweets

14) Congressional pro-life Republicans pass a bill to protect the lives of puppy monkey babies
#FakeTabloidFacts
11 Likes, 4 Retweets

14) Fox News to soon air the special, "President Obama: We're Going to Miss Him"
#FakeTabloidFacts
11 Likes, 4 Retweets

14) Beyonce's "Lemonade" was actually about Dr. Pepper
#FakeTabloidFacts
12 Likes, 3 Retweets

18) Donald Trump is smarter than a 5th grader
#FakeTabloidFacts
10 Likes, 4 Retweets

18) Ben Carson starts the Christian metal band Grainy Godly Rockin' Pyramids
#FakeTabloidFacts
11 Likes, 3 Retweets

18) A drunken Sarah Palin sees Russia on a large map in her room standing two feet away
#FakeTabloidFacts
11 Likes, 3 Retweets

18) Nickelback plays the Star-Spangled Banner, make it sound eerily similar to all their other songs
#FakeTabloidFacts
13 Likes, 1 Retweet

22) Stephen Hawking has meltdown over his latest horoscope
#FakeTabloidFacts
10 Likes, 2 Retweets

22) Ted Cruz writes the new book, "How to Dunk a Basketball Ring"
#FakeTabloidFacts
11 Likes, 1 Retweet

24) Trump Steaks and Vodka said to cure cancer
#FakeTabloidFacts
7 Likes, 4 Retweets

24) A pregnant Bristol Palin teaches abstinence-only classes
#FakeTabloidFacts
10 Likes, 1 Retweet

26) January snow in Buffalo, New York disproves global warming
#FakeTabloidFacts
6 Likes, 2 Retweets

26) God convicted of voter fraud after casting votes for every GOP candidate who heard his calling
#FakeTabloidFacts
7 Likes, 1 Retweet

26) Ted Cruz and Carly Fiorina to now go by the name Carluzina
#FakeTabloidFacts
7 Likes, 1 Retweet

29) Reince Priebus' real name is Rubin Creepies
#FakeTabloidFacts
5 Likes, 2 Retweets

29) Kay Jewelry goes bankrupt shortly after changing its tagline to, "Every kiss begins with two shots of whiskey"
#FakeTabloidFacts
5 Likes, 2 Retweets

29) Jeb Bush officially changes his name to Jeb???
#FakeTabloidFacts
6 Likes, 1 Retweet

29) Gandhi breaks the world record for selfies
#FakeTabloidFacts
6 Likes, 1 Retweet

29) The summer Olympics to add the following events: Thumb wrestling, shake-weight lifting, and mountain unicycling
#FakeTabloidFacts
7 Likes, 0 Retweets

34) Mike Huckabee claims he was gay before hearing "Cat Scratch Fever"
#FakeTabloidFacts
5 Likes, 1 Reweet

35) Bill Clinton joins http://FarmersOnly.com  & writes in his profile, "If is = farmer, what is 'is'?"
#FakeTabloidFacts
4 Likes, 1 Retweet

35) Santa Claus takes off Christmas to watch a Tim Allen holiday movie marathon
#FakeTabloidFacts
5 Likes, 0 Retweets

37) At the Oscars, every acceptance speech started with the actors thanking Paparazzis
#FakeTabloidFacts
3 Likes, 1 Retweet

37) Lady Gaga changes her name to Lady Googoo
#FakeTabloidFacts
4 Likes, 0 Retweets

39) "Literally" started becoming cool when the Bible was being written
#FakeTabloidFacts
3 Likes, 0 Retweets

40) Central Ohio man who didn't purchase a lottery ticket wins the $300 million jackpot
#FakeTabloidFacts
1 Like, 1 Retweet

40) Clarence Thomas starts his own talk show
#FakeTabloidFacts
2 Likes, 0 Retweets

40) Michael Bay goes romantic comedy/porn with his latest film, "Explosions In My Heart and Elsewhere"
#FakeTabloidFacts
2 Likes, 0 Retweets

40) Study shows lifting shake weights in bars the most effective way to "pick up chicks"
#FakeTabloidFacts
2 Likes, 0 Retweets

44) The president of Jared's (The Galleria of Jewelry), Mark Light, went to Kroger's
#FakeTabloidFacts
1 Like, 0 Retweets

Totals: 467 Likes, 141 Retweets (Averages of 10.6 Likes, 3.2 Retweets)

Saturday, April 30, 2016

GOP promises to protect country from Muslim unicorns

After North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory decided it was time to sign a bill preventing the nonexistent problem of transgender individuals using public restrooms of the gender with which they identify, House Republicans became inspired to tackle other such issues.

Earlier today, House Speaker Paul Ryan made this announcement before the press:

"Before making this big announcement, I want to first thank Governor McCrory for his leadership, his morality, and perhaps most importantly, his vision - his vision for seeing things that aren't really there but could be if we try really really hard, using binoculars, while tripping on acid. Without him leading the way, I honestly don't believe anyone in the Republican-led House would have come up with our new one-of-a-kind idea to make America great again. Now that we got that out of the way, let me get to the meat of this announcement. After other House Republicans and I got together, sat down, and really thought about things for at least fifteen seconds, we decided that the best way to move this great nation forward is to pass a bill temporarily banning Muslim unicorns from entering this country. I know some people will claim we're being anti-First Amendment and anti-Muslim, but that's not true at all. We're simply pro-safety and pro-security. Let me ask you all something, would you ever want your young daughter to be alone with a Muslim unicorn? Honestly? You didn't even though about it once, did you? Well, we thought about it, probably too much, but regardless, we don't like these visuals we get of our 7-year-old girls being approached by Muslim unicorns. Go ahead and read all the debunked stories about these creatures on the Internets and I'm sure you too will feel similarly frightened. Thank you. God bless you and God bless the United States of America."

After listening to Speaker Ryan's speech, Cheech and Chong tweeted, "What in the hell has that guy been smoking?"

Loser of the NFC Championship game, coach Ted Cruz announces his Super Bowl starting quarterback

After his team got walloped 56-0 in the NFC Championship game on Sunday, head coach Ted Cruz surprised everyone when he made the following announcement:

"After a great deal of consideration and prayer, I have come to the conclusion that if my team makes the Super Bowl, our starting quarterback is going to be Tim Tebow. One of the most important decisions a football coach can make is who he picks as his quarterback and I think it's safe to say you can all rest assured Tim Tebow is intelligent, dependable, and most importantly, he's a winner. The guy can run, throw, keep benches warm, and even dunk the oval-shaped balls in basketball rings if that's what he's called to do on 4th down. I know our last game was a rough one, but I want our fans to know we're going to fight every step of the way, no matter what, even when those steps don't actually exist. Thank you and let's continue marching our way to the Super Bowl as God intended!"

Tim Tebow then went up to the mic and began singing, "Throw it short, throw it long, penetration very strong, running fast, running hard, in my hands are big balls, ten foot ring, goalline almost here, dunk it over the waterboy, for a field goal, fate is ours, victory is near, 3-point shot at the buzzer, with a helmet on." No one's sure who wrote the song, but there are reports Cruz and Tebow were seen working on it throughout the week leading up to the NFC Championship game.

Friday, April 29, 2016

The definition of cray-cray: Radio host Rick Wiles

I've heard plenty of ridiculous arguments supporting legislation which bars transgenders from using public bathrooms of the gender with which they identify, but none were nearly as asinine as the one I read today. If you don't believe me, read what right-wing talk show host Rick Wiles recently said about the matter:

"How about if I just urinate on your floor (Target spokeswoman Molly Snyder)? How about that, Molly? Because you're defecating on this nation. ... Our minds are being capture, Doc, by perverts (directed toward co-host Doc Burkhart). This is what happened in Germany. The Nazis were perverts. They took over Germany. It was a radical, socialist, homosexual movement called the Nazi Socialist Party. They're now in control of America, and sane people better rise up and oppose it quickly. This is just the beginning. ... It's either shut down Target or their type is going to shut down this nation, because there's no end to their insanity and their immorality and their wickedness. ... Doc, God is going to use the Russians to bring down Sodom and Gomorrah if there's no repentance in this land. Listen, these freaks are going to get us all killed. They're going to get us all killed. ... When there is a nuclear war, we all die. Now, those of us who are saved are going to go home to be with the Lord. Those who are unsaved are going to burn in hell. But we're all going to die in a nuclear war thanks to the sodomites that are in control of this nation right now. ... Show me a country in history that has gone down this road and survived. There's not one example. There's not one example in thousands of years of human history of a nation turning from God and becoming a sodomite nation and then going on to be great. Not one nation."

First off, I love how Wiles starts his rant: "How about if I just urinate on your floor? How about that, Molly? Because you're defecating on this nation." The man's a poet. When he asked a woman out for the first time, I imagine he said something like, "So, what's it going to be, Adrian? Are you going to go to the movies with me or just sh*t on my chest? Huh? Huh? Huh?" It's a shame the man wasn't one of the many authors of the Bible. Jesus likely just facepalmed himself at the thought of that.

Moving past Mr. Wiles' smooth opening, the man goes off the deep end to such a grand extent with his argument, he makes the middle of the ocean look like a baby pool. Not only does he go cuckoo for conspiracy theories, but he's also historically inaccurate. Late last year, fact-checker Politifact researched Texas state Representative Jason Villalba's claim that like Bernie Sanders, Nazis were Democratic Socialists. Guess what they graded that claim? Pants on Fire. In addition to that, the Nazis were not overrun by homosexuals. As a matter of fact, they persecuted homosexuals. So, ironically enough, in this scenario, Rick Wiles has more in common with the Nazis than homosexuals do, because like the Nazis, Wiles is persecuting homosexuals. Lastly, what percentage of the U.S. population does Rick Wiles think identifies as gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender? He makes it sound like President Obama, Vice President Biden, and 90% of Congress are LGBTs, when Gallup found last year that only 3.8% of people in this country identify as LGBT.

So, let's go over things one more time...

Wiles' claim: The Nazis were socialists

Truth: This claim is so ridiculous, Politifact graded it as Pants on Fire false


Wiles' claim: The Nazis were homosexuals

Truth: The Nazis persecuted homosexuals (yes, this could be ruled as Pants on Fire as well)


Wiles' claim: This country is being ruled by sodomites

Truth: Just 3.8% of the population identifies as gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender (Pants on Fire yet again)


Rick Wiles may want to spend less time obsessing over crimes the LGBT community are not committing and instead focus more on stocking up on fire extinguishers due to his seemingly constant pants-on-fire lies. He may also want to read his Bible again, because he makes it sound like it's been a while...

http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/these-freaks-are-going-get-us-all-killed-rick-wiles-warns-target-restroom-policy-will-spark-

http://www.politifact.com/texas/statements/2015/oct/16/jason-villalba/jason-villalba-said-bernie-sanders-democratic-soci/

Thursday, April 28, 2016

Mr. Trump, the election system isn't all that's rigged...

As I've written about previously, while I disagree with GOP front-runner Donald Trump 99% of the time, I do agree with him that the election system is severely flawed, if not outright rigged. That's not all that's rigged in this country, though. As Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren has stated on multiple occasions, the economy is rigged. The wealthiest individuals can afford to hire accountants to find tax loopholes in order to pay less on tax day. Some can even go so far as to not pay any federal income taxes. If in any legal trouble, these same individuals can buy the best legal help in order to get the best deal possible. Not only that, but to start it all, odds have it they were born into a wealthy family and afforded some of the best education in the country.

As Senator Warren said earlier this year:

"There are two legal systems, one for the rich and powerful, and one for everyone else. It's not equal justice when a kid gets thrown in jail for stealing a car, while a CEO gets a huge raise when his company steals billions. It's not equal justice when someone hooked on opioids gets locked up for buying pills on the street, but bank executives get off scot-free for laundering nearly a billion dollars of drug cartel money. Our legal system is for big companies, for the wealthy and the powerful. In this legal system, government officials fret about unintended consequences if they are too tough, but in the second legal system, government enforcement isn't timid. Just ask the families of Sandra Bland, Freddie Gray and Michael Brown about how aggressive [police and prosecutors] are."

Amen. So, Mr. Trump, while the election process may be rigged to a certain extent, it's not nearly as rigged as the U.S. economy and legal system, and it's way past time we change that.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/elizabeth-warren-american-justice-rigged-for-rich_us_56b205a2e4b04f9b57d7e5fe

What are Cruz, Kasich, and the rest of the GOP thinking?

The GOP's gotten themselves in quite the pickle, haven't they? They started the primary season featuring 17 candidates, and even though "outsiders" like Donald Trump and Ben Carson polled well early, party leaders figured an "establishment" Republican would win out in the end. As time progressed, however, it became increasingly apparent that wasn't likely, and before they knew it, the GOP looked at their options and saw only Ted Cruz and Donald Trump left. Cruz and Trump are liked by the GOP establishment about as much as potholes are liked by smart cars. Many in the GOP have now been forced to go with, as they see it, the better of two evils, and have begrudgingly endorsed Cruz over Trump. In knowing it'll be extremely difficult for either to defeat likely Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in the November election, however, multiple GOP leaders have discussed ways to overlook the primaries and nominate someone else at the convention this summer. It's reached the point where it appears the party's main goal is to deny Trump the 1,237 delegates needed for the nomination. He's currently just shy of 1,000 and is almost guaranteed to win New Jersey (51 delegates), West Virginia (34 delegates), and California (172 delegates). Even if Trump only wins 50% of the delegates in the latter two states, since New Jersey is winner-take-all, that would give him 1,148 delegates, just 89 short of clinching the nomination. If The Donald gets shut out in Montana, South Dakota, and Nebraska, which is quite possible, that would leave him with: Indiana, Oregon, Washington, and New Mexico. With Indiana as a winner-take-all state, if we assume Trump loses the Hoosier state and only wins 25% of the delegates in the other three states, which is quite the underestimation, that would give him a total of 1,172 delegates, just 65 short of what's needed to clinch the party's nomination. Yes, that's a lot of ifs. So, at worst, Trump will be just 65 delegates short of 1,237 when heading to the July convention, far more than either Ted Cruz or John Kasich. That fact hasn't stopped Cruz or Kasich of trying to prevent Trump from clinching the nomination, though. The two candidates recently announced they've decided to partially team up in order to more effectively spread their resources and better prevent Trump from reaching 1,237 delegates. While this alteration in narrative is still in its very early stages, it's gotten off to quite the rocky start, and looks to be on the verge of an epic fail.

I don't care what Cruz and Kasich want to call this "alliance;" seriously, what were they thinking? On the surface, it's not a bad idea. If Kasich leaves the Indiana campaigning to Cruz and Cruz leaves the Oregon and New Mexico campaigning to Kasich, odds would suggest this makes it mathematically more likely Cruz will defeat Trump in Indiana, and likewise, that Kasich will defeat Trump in Oregon and New Mexico. However, to make it public like they did just lends credence to Trump's ongoing claim that the system is rigged. Not only that, but the Cruz and Kasich campaigns have been on anything but the same page since the announcement, which has left many voters bewildered. When Kasich was asked what his voters should do for the Indiana primary, he basically said, "Whatever they want to do," as opposed to, "Well, we're trying to prevent Donald Trump from becoming the nominee, so it's best to vote for Cruz in Indiana and me in Oregon and New Mexico." According to some reports, 22% of Kasich supporters listed Trump as their second option. So, when taking that into consideration, polls currently have Trump winning the Hoosier state by a very slim margin over Cruz. If Trump wins Indiana, he's all but guaranteed the party's nomination. Even if Trump is denied the magical 1,237 mark, however, what does Cruz, Kasich, and the rest of the party expect is going to happen? Donald Trump will have won at least 29 states heading into the convention, received at least 2 million more votes than the second place candidate, and hundreds more delegates. At worst, he'll be 65 delegates short of 1,237. Yes, if he winds up being the party's nominee, it's highly unlikely he'll win the November election. In saying that, though, if the GOP hands the nomination to someone else, many of Trump's supporters will stay home during the election, also making it incredibly difficult for the party's nominee to defeat Clinton. This isn't even taking into account the possibility Trump would run as a 3rd-party candidate to get back at the RNC/GOP establishment. Sure, he may have promised not to do so, but that was before he went into the convention with the most votes, delegates, and states won, only to see someone else get rewarded the nomination. If he ran as a 3rd-party candidate, the GOP nominee would have less chance of winning than I do of winning the lottery without purchasing a ticket. Yeah, like I said at the outset, the GOP has gotten themselves in quite the pickle, haven't they?

Dear Target protesters...

When debating an issue, while it's often times important to put forth a good argument of your own, it's of even greater importance to discredit the other's argument, for if their argument is discredited, you've essentially won the debate. If another's evidence is in the form of an already debunked chain email or a provenly biased study and you're able to showcase this, you've essentially sunk their argument, and without even trying to prove your point, you can say, "I've proven you wrong, so I'm, in essence, right, and winner of this debate."

Case and point, the controversial transgender bathroom laws which were recently signed in Mississippi and North Carolina. The two main arguments supporting these laws are as follows:

1) Just because men dress up like women, they shouldn't be allowed in the women's bathroom.

2) Perverted males would have taken advantage of the matter had the bill not been signed in order to sexually assault women in public restrooms.

First off, many on the far-right seem to have transgender confused with transvestite. Just because a man may at times dress like a woman, that does not make him transgender. If that were the case, about 90% of male rock stars from the '80s would have been labeled as transgender. So, so much for that first argument...

With regard to the second argument, it's unintentionally sexist toward both genders. Think about what these individuals are essentially saying: "We don't want perverted men in bathrooms with our daughters, but if these same men are in the bathrooms with our sons, that's like totally cool." It suggests either: 1) Boys are never sexually assaulted by men, 2) Boys sexually assaulted by men are of less importance than girls sexually assaulted by men, and/or 3) Girls are incapable of fighting back like boys if one does attempt to sexually assault them. If the main underlying concern is male pedophiles in women's bathrooms, shouldn't that concern have been expressed years ago with regard to men's bathrooms? Shouldn't both boys and girls be protected equally? Where's the consistency and how far do they want to take this? What about gay men and lesbian women? Since gay men are sexually attracted to other men, should we spend countless dollars creating separate bathrooms for them? There have been no reported cases of transgender individuals sexually assaulting anyone in public restrooms. Such reported crimes weren't committed by transgender men, but by heterosexual men (and women), so it makes absolutely no sense to implement laws which prevent a crime that's never been reported, while ignoring the actual problem(s) at hand.

Taking this one step further, the logic of these far-right individuals befuddles me to no end.

Public restroom sexual assaults by transgenders: No reported crimes

GOP: "Let's pass some laws to stop it from happening!"


Gun violence: 30,000+ are killed every year

GOP: "We should probably make these laws less strict."


With that line of thinking, expect Republican leaders to pass a bill protecting this nation from Muslim unicorns while ignoring proposals on creating a healthier environment.

#WomanCard and #TrumpForeignPolicy

After Donald Trump made his "woman-card" statements with regard to likely Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and gave his mix-reviewed foreign policy speech, both #WomanCard and #TrumpForeignPolicy trended on Twitter. While I didn't go all out with these trending hashtags like I've done previously, I did post a few. Here they are, ordered from the most to least popular (all my tweets can be viewed at this site - https://twitter.com/CraigRozniecki):

1) Trump: "All Hillary's got is the woman card to become president!"
Clinton: "So? The 44 presidents before me played the man card!"
#WomanCard
50 Likes, 21 Retweets

2) Trump: "All Hillary's got is the woman card. I've got the: Boehner orange spray card, daddy big loan card, & major as*hole card."
#WomanCard
45 Likes, 23 Retweets

3) Trump: "I'll do things people have never done before, great things, tremendous things, unbelievable things, believe me."
#TrumpForeignPolicy
27 Likes, 19 Retweets

4) Trump: "Hillary may have the woman card, but I have the schmuck card, & there are zillions more schmucks than women! Basic math!"
#WomanCard
25 Likes, 17 Retweets

5) Trump: "Hillary's just playing the woman card!"
Until women fully attain equality, we should all be playing the woman card!
#WomanCard
31 Likes, 9 Retweets

6) Trump: "We should build a big beautiful wall between us & Chiiina & make the Chinese pay for it w/money we owe them!"
#TrumpForeignPolicy
18 Likes, 8 Retweets

7) Trump: "It's like Hillary Clinton has this tremendously unbelievably bigly big binder full of woman cards or something."
#WomanCard
14 Likes, 2 Retweets

8) Trump: "I'm going to bankrupt and poison the world by making them invest in and eat Trump Steaks."
#TrumpForeignPolicy
12 Likes, 3 Retweets

9) Trump: "My Foreigner policy experience: 'Urgent,' 'Cold As Ice,' 'Hot Blooded,' 'Head Games,' & 'Double Vision'!"
#TrumpForeignPolicy
10 Likes, 4 Retweets

9) Trump: "Cruz/Fiorina? Cruz is ineligible & if Carly doesn't have her woman card, she'll be ineligible too, because Constitution!"
#WomanCard
11 Likes, 3 Retweets

11) Trump: "Hillary has 1 woman card, I have 2 jokers, & as poker players will tell you, 2 jokers always beats 1 woman card. Fact!"
#WomanCard
7 Likes, 1 Retweet

Totals: 250 Likes, 110 Retweets (Averages of 22.7 Likes, 10.0 Retweets)