BREAD&CIRCUSES: Great Reset Humor Roundup (March 12, 2023)
Woke reality, wokeness is hard work, Levi’s wokes, Joe Biden admits he is the Scarecrow from the Wizard of Oz, trans tampon promoter, crazy WAPO readers hate FL parents & more Great Reset humor!
For this week’s Bread & Circuses roundup, our woke reality as we focus on wokeness (among other things)… Kaepernick is still an a-hole (now complaining about his wealthy white adoptive parents)… Newark gets scammed by the United States of Kailasa… Woke reality, wokeness is hard work, Levi’s wokes, woke equity agenda summed up by Biden appointee confirmation hearings, New Citizens for Sanity ad, John Kennedy (of Louisiana) one liner, meet the newest paid tampon promoter, Civil Rights dinosaurs on the march, Joe Biden admits he is the Scarecrow from the Wizard of Oz, etc. Is it racist? (Biden Edition)… Crazy reader comments from a WAPO article about Florida parents…
And some final words summing up our Bread & Circuses world as the Great Reset continues!
Wokeness is Hard Work
This one recently made the rounds…
In case you have missed this:
Later on, in the bill’s text, we learn that SB 1248 would ask the state to “immediately cancel the filings of a political party, to include its registration and approved status as a political party, if the party’s platform has previously advocated for, or been in support of, slavery or involuntary servitude.”
Senator Cory Booker’s hometown of Newark where he was the mayor:
Kaepernick was adopted by rich white parents and still ungrateful:
In one example that Kaepernick cites, he told his parents that he wanted to get his hair done in a cornrow style, so that he could imitate the look of NBA player Allen Iverson. But his mother first asked what cornrows even meant, before commenting that the look was “not professional” and that it made him look “like a little thug.”
Med school admission go woke:
But dropping the tests, or making them optional, presents a thorny PR problem. Schools fear they would sink below competitors in national rankings, which include MCAT scores. So, they are doing what undergraduate colleges have already done. They are colluding. By withdrawing jointly from US News and World Report rankings, they hope to soften the blow to each one’s prestige. (It’s an interesting question whether this collusion violates anti-trust laws, as their collusion about scholarship awards did.)