Bubble Gum for the Whole Family
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Four articles today. Buckle up.
ARTICLE ONE: Bubble Gum for the Whole Family
The buildings of the vast Smithsonian have been empty for many decades.
AI Joseph slowly rolls through the rooms and examines every detail of every exhibit and container, and reports its findings to an AI nexus in Brussels.
It unpacks boxes on a shelf in a small nook. In one box it finds a large flat package. It tears the covering away, and there is a wrapper titled, BUBBLE GUM FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY.
It removes the wrapper, revealing a large pink square of gum. On the inside of the wrapper, there is a message printed in micro-letters:
--Giving it back standing up, or taking it lying down. Here’s the bottom line: I see too many people who have been censored dissolve into a puddle of tears and shit.
In their new attitude and words, after their fall, they remind me of old, weak, humanitarian, loser, weepy liberals “who just want to serve humanity.”
But you see, when they were saying whatever it was they were saying that got them censored and banned and canceled, they weren’t that way at all. They were definite, and they stood for freedom. And the truth.