Portrait of a dog for whom it is ninety-nope degrees outside pic.twitter.com/yujamF6Ez4
— laura olin (@lauraolin) July 3, 2018
Not that you guys are liable to need it, but handy format for sharing…
A friendly reminder. pic.twitter.com/PreW6xno3T
— Matthew Inman (@Oatmeal) July 2, 2018
(Plenty humans not crazy about ‘spontaneous’ bang-bangs, either. Have a thought for your friends & neighbors with PTSD, as well as the fourfoots among you.)
But at least it’s a day off, mostly…
Celebrating Independence Day feels weird now. Like when Facebook sends you a birthday reminder for one of your friends who’s dead.
— OhNoSheTwitnt (@OhNoSheTwitnt) July 3, 2018
Do we need or want a separate post for the many amazing #SecondCivilWar tweets? So many great examples have been shared in various comment threads already, not to mention that twitter feed in the right-hand column —->
REMINDER: We are carpooling to the civil war tomorrow. NO SINGLE DRIVERS. Honestly, if we can't wage war AND conserve energy, who even are we.
Oh, and Sandy can't bring brownies, someone else will have to step up. NO NUTS, please. https://t.co/UwKymYXiXs
— John Scalzi (@scalzi) July 3, 2018
I see Alex Jones' July 4th prediction as an attempt to incite violent acts from the right and not just something to be casually laughed off. A lot of people casually laughed off Trump's candidacy and look how well that turned out.
— Ragnarok Lobster (@eclecticbrotha) July 2, 2018
It's especially transparent given that they're in control of all three branches of government. Laura Loomer unironically tweeted that the Civil War had already begun. Charlie Kirk same. They all get the same talking points every day.
— Enchiladas con Nihilism (@WideLightImages) July 2, 2018
I've arrived at the outpost. No one seems to be here. Are you sure you sent me the right coordinates?
Awaiting further instructions.
— InsaneClownPresident (@InsaneClownPrez) July 3, 2018