Monday, August 21, 2017

The National Nazi Epidemic of 2017

Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to a very special A Beer for the Shower press conference. We present to you the President... of this blog. Along with another guy. Who is also the President. We share.

Don't overthink this.

























113 comments:

  1. I think next we'll have the neo-nazis claiming they're offended because some people are being called nazis who don't qualify. They'll claim we're marginalizing them as a minority group. Name calling really is a thing now. Free speech really does give everyone the right to be an asshole and/or idiot. I'm not really the first one to comment, am I?

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    1. You're only ever truly first if you type FIRST and nothing more in all caps.

      Maybe that'll be the next rally - Nazis offended at all of the regular people being called Nazis. "Hey, you see that gay Jewish guy over there? Well, all he did was vote for Trump and they're calling him a Nazi! He's not one of us! What the heck, you guys?"
      *tear in his eye sparkles under the brilliant light of a Home Depot tiki torch*

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  2. B&B:
    Now that was a wonderful way to make a statement against all the crap this shitpot has poured over the masses during the last few weeks.

    I thought a NAZI was a NATIONAL SOCIALIST...and the sworn enemy of the COMMIES (both of which America allowed to get their foot in the door)?
    How's that for "diversity"? (not good, Bob)
    Anyway, this is getting totally out-of-hand.
    If we're going to DENY the Confederacy by taking down THEIR statues (and flags), let's also take down ANY AND ALL statues of Woodrow Wilson, Margaret Sanger, Lenin, Marx and others like them who REALLY screwed this nation up.
    I mean, fair IS fair, right?
    Maybe if we deny the CSA existed, we can also deny that slavery existed...start a whole new nation (with better blinders for all)?
    Yeah, that slope DOES get more slippery with every freaking step.
    If we don't acknowledge history, we won't learn from it, and therefore REPEAT it. Not a good deal.

    A very good post today, and closer to the mark than many realize.

    Carry on and Stay safe out there, guys.

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    1. Thanks, Bob! I'm just convinced that your average person no longer even understands what a Nazi really is. Since people are now classifying gays, transgenders, and minorities that voted for Trump as Nazis, I guess the Nazi party has REALLY expanded its tolerance policy.

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  3. I applaud this blog bit for courageously pointing out that the literal Neo-Nazi pool is getting diluted with a bunch of non-Neo-Nazis. We real Nazis need to ethnically cleanse our Nazi party of all these Fake Nazis that the media and just regular, angry Trump Derangement Syndrome people keep dumping into our pool. It's starting to give us REAL Neo-Nazis a bad name.

    [*kidding, kidding*]

    OK, seriously now, it has come to my attention that the White Supremacist leader Jason Kessler, who spearheaded the Charlottesville demonstration, is a former Occupy Wall Street protester, in 2011 he was a CNN assignment editor, and just last year he was an avid Barack Obama supporter.

    I think a guy who has only been a White Supremacist Neo-Nazi for about 7 or 8 months ought to have to pay his dues first and be thoroughly vetted before he is allowed to lead Neo-Nazis at a major demonstration like Charlottesville was.

    I mean, like, are they just letting ANYONE into the Neo-Nazi, White Supremacist club now? Even recently good Democrats who supported #BlackPresident and protested #WallStreetSucks ? You know, what ever happened to the idea of "paying one's dues" before rising to a leadership position?

    ~ D-FensDogG
    'Loyal American Underground'

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    1. I wonder if they'd let us in the club?

      Me: "Don't worry, guys, we're half Mexican, but we half hate ourselves. Also, up until last year we were both registered Democrats. Is that a problem?"
      Them: "Eh, we're pretty hard up for members, so whatever. You can be, like, generals or something. You'll have to buy your own tiki torches, though."

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  4. I haven't publicly denounced Nazis on Facebook yet, so I'm practically as bad as the enemy. I just hope my job doesn't find out.

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    1. You also haven't made your stance known on cancer, so far all I know, you're both pro-Nazi and pro-cancer.

      How do you sleep at night?

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  5. People like to put everyone into one bag sort of speak. It's just like if one is a German and lived during that time then German=nazi. It all gets really silly. Just waiting for the eclipse to happen. I don't have any special glasses so will not look at the sun and therefore, have my eyes burned out of my skull

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    1. Hey, that sounds pretty fun. Maybe we should all do that! Then when people say "I'm not racist, I don't see color" it will literally be true.

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  6. Um, thanks for letting me comment, Bryan. Long time listener, first time caller.

    First of all, I'd like to state for the record that Nazis suck. I am against Nazis. Real ones, the neo- kind, and the ones who hide in my closet and poke things up my nose and into my brain while I sleep.

    Second, the Hitler statue in my front yard is not mine.

    It's tough for me to wrap my head around how condemnation of Nazis got so confusing. That Godwin guy suspended his own rule about not invoking Nazis (seriously), which might be part of the problem. I'm going into hiding until this blows over.

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    1. Thanks for calling in, Henry. We really do care about our listeners here at ABftS.

      And let me start off by saying that you are incredibly brave, Harley, for standing up against Nazis in public like this, even though it could easily lose you your job or cost you your marriage. With all of these Hitler statues still standing and tiki torch companies making money hand over fist from the millions of Nazi regimes patrolling our streets at night, it's a miracle you haven't been thrown in a camp.

      God bless you, Harvey, and keep fighting the good fight.

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  7. Damn. I can't do a nazi rhyme until Sept 2018. I can't literally denounce those literal nazi's until then. I may be found to be a literal nazi who's hiding behind a black spotted cat to claim I'm not. It's going to be one big literal nazi conspiracy.

    Hold on. Hey everyone! The Evil Russians are coming.

    There, I'm no longer newsworthy.

    Side note: Any racist nazi assholes should be tossed in the middle of the ocean and left there. The oceans are already polluted enough, what's a little more filth.

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    1. Shh, comrade, I am too busy distracting everyone and telling them I'm not Nazi so they won't suspect I am Russian spy. With help from moose and squirrel, I infiltrate American politik, da.

      And hey, that gives me an idea. Why don't we do like they did with the whole Greenland/Iceland bait and switch and make an island just for Nazis calls Whiteland? The joke is that when they get there it's just an uninhabitable desert island, but it'll have all the racial purity they desire. And scurvy. Or whatever. No longer our problem.

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  8. Brilliant. I just did a second read, it's that brilliant (e.g., "basic science"). I also love the question about whether or not you're secretly half Nazi because you're half White. And the care you took to dumb this down so that everyone is clear on your point. Applause, but no arm gestures. I don't want to be mistaken for a Nazi.

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    1. I had a bratwurst for dinner yesterday, and I agreed with something that Donald Trump once said in the summer of 1997, so it's best I not talk to you, just in the off-chance I get associated with Nazism.

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    2. I drive a German car.

      Things are NOT looking good.

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  9. I'm waiting for the eclipse so I can stare at it, go blind, and not have to look racism in the eye anymore. As for ethnic cleansing, it's ethics cleansing we have in the White House lately.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. Hey now, if we're all blind, then you know we're just going to have to figure out something else to all hate about each other.

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  10. Ayy, more political shitposting! Even if you're not in the States, western internet is practically American, so no escape!

    There's a couple interesting things being said here, but I have to ask: It's okay to be leftist, it's okay to be rightist. It's okay to disagree with Actual Nazis, but it's not okay to agree with them, even if "not okay" doesn't necessarily mean you get punched. "But those people are very different!" Yes, so then where is the line between them? Where do we stop saying "these people are entitled to their viewpoint and opinion" and start saying "these people are Evil and we should teach our children these people are Evil"? And why is it always the losing side of history that is Evil? It seems to not be the case that Good always triumphs, but rather than the triumphant are always, eventually, seen as Good. Doesn't that make choosing a side ultimately meaningless, even if you believe in that side?

    tl;dr: why are politics and morals stupid and pointless?

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    1. Hey now, are you bringing logic and reason to our political shitposting? That is not allowed. Right now we're only accepting dank memes and/or statements along the lines of "Big government is inducing an eclipse today through chemtrails so that the Nazis can get the jump on us while the sky is black. Wake up, America!"

      Now if you'll excuse me, I have to go make an outdated Pepe the Frog meme so I can get fired from my job.

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    2. You should be fired from your job for drawing claw-hands.
      (^:

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    3. I should be fired from my job for so, so many reasons. Add that to the pile, I say!

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    4. And really, claw hands are better than football hands. And football ears. And football heads. And... is that a basket of footballs in the background?

      God, we used to suck so bad.

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    5. Fuck I was like "what are they on about, footballs are round..." Guess I've adapted to the local culture already!

      Also, you're absolutely right, such a long way you've come! That's part of the fun in reading webcomics. Did I mention I really like the Reader Standing guy? Once virtual reality hits the mainstream, I can totally see one of my virtual selves be such a fellow.

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    6. Did it hurt your soul, not being able to use the metric system, and having to measure everything in very stupid, non-related units?

      And I thought you'd notice that based on the golden plus sign beside him that Reader Standing Guy is actually a Reader Standing Guy+. He's the upgraded version.

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  11. One last question:

    Does that clock behind you read half past beer o'clock?

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    1. And the whole comic took place in less than a minute!

      It never hit beer:31.

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    2. Oh no, it's Beer-Thirty. And in our neck of the woods, it's always Beer-Thirty. Not Miller Time. Beer-Thirty.

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  12. I like how it is all depicted and the ending headline, the satire is subtle but profound in its entirety. In this enlightened age the only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to not act. The indifference of those who should know better is worthy to note. Great stuff guys, greetings to you and yours!

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    1. Absolutely. And while we all stand around and point our fingers and call each other Nazis needlessly, it's easy for good men to do nothing. It's the boy that cried Nazi. When real Nazis emerge, then many are quick to say, "So what? You call everyone a Nazi."

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  13. Our government is all crazy. People are crazy. I'm so sick of seeing the fighting, the hate and not getting anything meaningful done like feeding hungry people. Anderson Pooper...lol

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    1. We're sick of it, too. And Anderson Pooper is just our way of reminding you all that just when you might start thinking we have any semblance of intellectual thought that we're just still two drunken idiots that giggle over poop jokes.

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  14. My wife says she can't use the term "grammar Nazi" anymore. That there are actual Nazis running around the streets again has undermined any humor in it. Maybe there was never any humor in it and that was just our way of coping?

    Hmm... And some other thing I forgot, but you can pretend it was funny.

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    1. I'm laughing my imaginary ass off.

      And it seems like you just can't joke about Nazis anymore in general. I worry that one day my wife's going to be out with me in the grocery store and I'm going to organize the shopping cart. Then she'll joke, "Stop being such a Nazi about that." And then suddenly I'll have to fight off three 110 lb. teenagers in ninja costumes with baseball bats that think I'm Hitler.

      No, wait, never mind. That's still pretty funny.

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  15. How do I love this? Let me count the ways... ah, hell, I LOVE this! I want to put a baby in this post!

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    1. I hear that kind of thing is illegal in 49 states. So... meet me in Alabama. After dark. Bring a light, but whatever you do, no tiki torches. People HATE those things now.

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    2. Okay, but if I hear banjos, it's off...

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  16. I think the reason it took Trump so long to issue a condemnation is that he thought Neo-Nazis were what The Matrix was about.

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    1. Why would I condemn Keanu Reeves? That's ridiculous. Just very ridiculous. Did you see him in Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure? It was an excellent adventure. It was very, very excellent. That movie always makes me cry. Always. SAD.

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  17. I commented on this blog a couple of hours ago but it seems to have disappeared into cyber space. I said that misreporting like that is so true. I also gave you a link to a blog I thought you would enjoy reading. Damn. now I have to look it up again. https://bentrovatowhippingboy.wordpress.com/2017/08/20/a-confederacy-of-dunces/#respond

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    1. I hear tell that Nazis ate your comment. They do that sort of thing, those free speech haters.

      And that's great. Consider 'the anals of history' forever added to my low-brow vocabulary.

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  18. "Put a baby in me." Or anything else for that matter. No one has asked me that in several decades. Do you think they are trying to tell me something? Maybe if I became a hated Nazi I could get laid once in a while. Surely someone must be a Nazi sympathizer. Then again those people are so ugly inside and out I think I'll just stay involuntarily celibate.

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    1. Hey, that could work. Let me set up a dating site for you called whitesonly.com. And everyone who uses it has to pronounce whites "hu-wites', because I don't think I've ever met anyone who pronounced it that way that wasn't deeply racist.

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    2. Whitesonly.com is brilliant. Those ugly fuckers are stupid enough to send in a lot of money in hopes that they will find white love. It could be an awesome scam.

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    3. Also, once you take their money, you could match them with albino Africans. You didn't say WHICH kind of white, jackasses.

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  19. Birgit's comment is something I've thought of before. I used to hesitate when I would say that I'm part German and part Russian. I mean...just take a minute to digest that with what went on in history, and then recently with Russia and the campaign, and now with Nazis coming out to spread their hate. Now, I hesitate even more. Which is sad. I have a sister who was adopted from the Philippines, and a black brother-in-law who I consider a real brother. My nephews are half Asian, half black, and I love them dearly. But it still makes you wonder what others may think without knowing you.

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    1. I just don't understand why anyone's ashamed OR proud of their race. You didn't choose this. You didn't earn this. All you did was get thrust out into the world. That doesn't deserve a cookie, nor does it deserve any kind of scorn. Being a not shitty person, on the other hand? Definitely worth some kudos, cookies, and/or gold stars.

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  20. So like Germans are ashamed of their Nazi past primarily because their ancestors didn't respect everyone. It was the toughest of times. Today a nazi hitler salute in Germany you will be arrested and banged up in the can for three years! So the the Allies faced down the nazi bullies and lifted up the down trodden. The Next Generation and the Next Generation have much to be boldly grateful for because we live on planet Earth with life forms and the starship USS Enterprise NCC 1701 orbiting overhead that has helped change us all for the better. Never give up, never surrender!

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    1. I don't recall seeing any Mexicans in Star Trek. You guys didn't wipe us out, did you?

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  21. Oh my I have no idea what to say to all of this so all I say is I was here, I hate Nazis because I am a normal person who knows Nazis are bad

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  22. I hate Nazis. And that's coming from a true born polite to (most) everyone Canadian! Weak beer and Nazis are just plain evil.

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  23. I hate it too when people resort to calling Nazi in an argument. I think it's called Godwin's Law? I know I'm on the internet typing this but I'm super lazy. It's also unnecessary to jump to the Nazi claim in the current climate where Nazi's are super-eager to self-identify by carrying flags and tattooing themselves with swastikas.

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    1. Godwin's Law says that given time, any argument on the Internet will eventually result in a comparison to Hitler. In today's political climate, not only is that a guarantee, it's how 95% of arguments begin.

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  24. I LOVE the photo captioning on your newspaper. Oh my gosh. As always, it's funny because it's true.

    I hate being called a grammar Nazi, not only because 1. "Nazi" has lost its meaning (as you so wonderfully pointed out); 2. I am a grammar queen, so duh; and 3. I'm actually not the type of person who cares enough to point out the grammar mistakes of others on social media. Only when I get paid for it, folks. Only when I get paid.

    And you're right, poop jokes never go out of style. I'll probably laugh myself to death in a nursing home some time in the future when an old person down the hall farts loudly.

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    1. No, no, you see, I'm not a grammar Nazi. I'm alt-write.

      ...I'll show myself out.

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    2. Is it possible to hang my head at that joke and applaud you at the same time? I think it is.

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  25. I grew up in the 1950s during the aftermath of WW II. People in my extended family and village were injured and killed fighting the Nazis. I had older friends who were POWs under the Nazis. I cannot believe they are marching in our streets. It sickens me. Even though your post was serious, I laughed over the fun you had with reporters I know so well. I'm gad Pat featured you in his post today!

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    1. This post wasn't all that serious. Besides, the scrawny beanpoles in preppy polos marching now are hardly the big scary Germans we faced back in the war.

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  26. See, this is why I don't watch/listen to the news. No matter what the subject, it always turns out the guy at the podium is TOAST. HELLO TOAST!!!

    Move along, nothing to see here :)

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    1. Now I'm just humming that stupid Toast song.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vB81Zzecd6w

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  27. I think the one thing we can take from this post is that you deeply and unequivocally hate America.

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    1. Therefore, you're also a terrorist.

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    2. Holy crap, you're right. The logic all just falls into place. I'll have President Trump deport me back to Mexico at once. I've never actually been to Mexico, but I'm sure he can find the right Mexico to put me in.

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    3. And that's when they realised... the same wall they built to keep Mexicans OUT... also keeps the Mexicans IN.

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  28. Look, I'm still not totally clear on your stance on neonazis, but i really hope you'll do the right thing and disavow them. The american people (who read this blog) are waiting.

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    1. Look, there are many, many ways to see each side of this story. And sometimes it's hard to distinguish the difference between white and wrong.

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  29. Thank you for this. Glad to see someone else is clear-headed about this!

    Funny story, a friend was visiting Nurenburg, and as she paid her entrance fee to the tour the building where the trials were held, there was a tour just leaving down the hall. She asked if she could just join that group instead of waiting, and, on being denied that, her automatic response was, "Well aren't you just the tour nazi?"

    We are truly a bit desensitized to that word.

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    1. I've seen people call a gay liberal Jewish YouTube host a Nazi just because he gave a platform for conservative people to speak with him and didn't silence or shame them. So imagine that, using the same word to describe Adolf Hitler massacring 6 million Jews that you do a gay Jewish talk show host who spends 30 minutes listening to Alex Jones rant, and suddenly the word doesn't mean a whole lot anymore.

      Though, I will say, it takes an epic amount of balls to call a German tour guide a 'tour Nazi'.

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  30. Brilliant post! And judging by your reporters' names, I suspect you had a lot of fun putting it together, too. You guys outdid yourselves.

    I wonder how many of those ignoramuses calling themselves Nazis, painting themselves with swastikas, and yielding their burning torches have any idea of the depraved depths of horrors perpetrated by their ilk during the war. How can they possibly want to identity with that ideology? It simply defies all understanding. What's more, their grandfathers or great grandfathers more than likely fought in WWII... to END this kind of hatred.

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    1. Well, no one said they were smart, which is why it's funny that the mainstream media is making it seem like this little lump of idiots is going to overrun the country.

      If this was 1942, I would terrified of angry German soldiers looking to throw me in a death camp. But today? No, I'm not scared of some pudgy college kid with a Hitler-youth haircut waving a tiki torch he took from his mother's backyard.

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    2. As always this is a fun, but thoughtful post.

      "If this was 1942, I would terrified of angry German soldiers looking to throw me in a death camp. But today? No, I'm not scared of some pudgy college kid with a Hitler-youth haircut waving a tiki torch he took from his mother's backyard."

      Well said. Hugs...RO

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  31. This seems to be the topic of interest due to a certain former blond prez trying to say something while saying nothing. He's so afraid of alienating his 'followers'that he talks in circles. . .I do not understand how 'intelligent' people can follow such rhetoric as espoused by the white supremacist groups; oh wait, they don't like intelligent people do they? Makes them looks less than. Liked the spoof, but you nailed it.

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    1. Well, for a man with a 3rd grade vocabulary, it's a miracle he can give speeches at all. It's very, very sad. Believe me, no one's sadder than me. SAD. #sad

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  32. My daughter had a tarantula she named Hitler and when she feed it crickets she would sit and laugh as she watch each of them get the cricket soul juices sucked out.

    I need to ask her where she stands on this whole nazi thing.

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    1. Oh, so THAT'S how tarantulas eat - they eat souls. It all makes sense now.

      I can think of worse names for a tarantula. I can think of better names - literally thousands - but still, I can think of worse.

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  33. I'm so tired of hatred of any kind. Don't we all have better things to do than to waste our time hating people?

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    1. You'd think, but apparently not. It's just ridiculous that we have a huge group of people hating another group of people because they think they just don't hate Nazis enough. And then that group hates the other group because they keep getting called Nazis unfairly.

      Yeah, that's how you get unity.

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  34. Yes, this is it. So much misinformation out there in the world. And hatred.

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    1. And both are an especially awful combination.

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  35. I don't really have anything else to say to this other than you've captured everything perfectly. You've just...you've got it all right. In a way though it's always sad when satire does a better job of telling the real story than reality. Great job guys.

    You fucking Nazis.

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    1. Did you hear that rapper Macklemore just 'denounced' his own haircut because apparently it's popular among Nazis?

      Ha ha a haircut can be racist now fucking kill me.

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  36. Oh, I'm sorry. I can't comment. I haven't been told how to feel yet. I'll listen to Sean Hannity, see what his opinion is, and then get back to you to let you what my genuine feelings are. That's after I'm done writing an email to ESPN about the statue of Robert Lee who's been commentating for them. Huh? Oh, he's an actual dude? Asian? Well, I'm still offended but I'm not sure why so I'll have to wait and be told why on that too. I'll have to comment next week I guess.

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    1. Isn't Hannity the one that's gay now? Or is that Shepard Smith? I can never get my Fox News talking heads straight. Neither can they, apparently. Ba-zing.

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  37. See Trump caters to both the Russians and the Nazis. But the leftist media claims he's not bi-partisan.

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    1. I think you mean tri-partisan. Taco bowls don't lie, amigo.

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  38. Yeppppp.
    Applied for my Irish passport last week and shredded the American one. Just in case. They can't let me stay if they can't prove I'm American.

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    1. Take us with you? We're pale enough to pass as Irish, and our livers will definitely back us up.

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  39. It makes me kind of sick because of how similar this is to actual conversations I've head. I'm not a democrat. I'm an independent that decides on topics based on the information. I'm not a republican. I'M AN INDEPENDENT.

    I have gotten into several fights with my father and a number of other people (luckily verbal only) recently since this shit started going down because I don't claim to be to one side or another and am therefore representing the enemy while I'm literally standing here going 'WE HAVE FUCKING NAZIS IN THE STREETS!!!'

    I could go on but fuck all, man...this shit right now.

    As a writer I'm not often at a loss for words but a lot of my arguments and conversations just devolve into a 'FUCKING. NAZIS.' because I can't get past that fact.

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    1. We hear you on all of this. Democrats and Republicans are two heads of the same monster, and neither of us are interested in this "us vs them" bullshit, or the idea that you HAVE to shoehorn yourself into one side or the other, even if you don't agree with all of the policies.

      It should be easy to band together and rise up against hate, but no, these parties hate each other so much they'd rather just point fingers at each other than fight literal Nazis.

      It's cool, though, we don't have to worry about a small group of Nazis taking us over, because we're doing a great job of destroying ourselves.

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  40. Urrrrrrrgh. I want to laugh, but I've been seeing stuff like this all over social media. :-/

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    1. "I started a joke, which started the whole world crying.
      But I didn't see that the joke was on me..."

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  41. I'm glad to be removed from everything there. I have also recently deleted my social media accounts. Without them, I might not have the selling power, but I'm much more happier.

    Nice to see you guys!

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    1. But without your social media, how can you tell who's a Nazi or not?

      Just kidding. I'm so envious of you. I need to unplug. For good. I can't think of the last time I opened any kind of social media and then thought, "Wow, that was an enriching experience."

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    2. Exactly! All I read is anger. I even limited my FB account to people close to me so I can look at vacation pics and keep up on their lives. Instead, I am bombarded with political rants, stupid memes, and a lot of other crap I don't need to waste my time with.

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  42. It's like a bad sitcom that's too scary to laugh at.

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    1. Like The Big Bang Theory?

      "How the hell is this getting its own spin off show?"

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  43. The government is really messing up under the current administration.


    www.ficklemillennial.com

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    1. It's not the government that's trying to ban free speech, nor is it the government that's created all of this fearmongering that says Nazis are overrunning our streets.

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    Best,
    Ann
    ann@anagraminteractive.com

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    1. Our fashion know-how? I'm not even wearing pants in this post. It just hides well because I'm standing behind a podium. Makes it easier to disguise rage boners, too. I'm a man of practicality.

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  45. If Russia doesn't work then let's bring out the Nazis. Really now, what will the media and the left trot out next to smear the President and everyone who voted for him. It seems rather ironic that Antifa uses fascists tactics toward people they decide are Nazis or hate-mongers. Nothing says love better than a baseball bat and a shield with "Stop Hate" on it. Who exactly is showing the real hate?

    Arlee Bird
    Tossing It Out

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    1. It's just hilarious how fake news networks tried to label Antifa as some kind of heroic, peaceful protest group that was fighting hate, and now they've had to back down because - surprise, surprise - Antifa is just a bunch of angry neckbeards in ninja costumes that swing bike locks at people they don't agree with.

      Truly, the best way to fight literal Nazis is to attack a gay Jew with a black boyfriend who has conservative views and to silence him until he can't even give his opinions.

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    1. Why? Are you stopping by? Have you bugged my house? Have I won the lottery? What are those little spermies in your signature? Are they friendly?

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  47. If everybody wasn't so biased about everything, there'd be world peace.
    I have yet to see Nazi's roaming the streets?

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    1. FACT: Every one out of two people is a Nazi. And I'm not a Nazi, so that must mean you're... uh oh.

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