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Life is short, why not have a little fun with it?

How people take Meme's is often a reflection on them: Adults, looking for enlightenment and self-improvement, can chuckle when the other side catches them in a bit of mock-worthy hypocrisy. Fragile egocentric people can get outraged by them.

While dishonest memes (where the premise is a lie), reflects more on the publisher/author than reader. But an honest memes value (how constructive or polarizing) is sort of a snowflake meter: perpetually outraged or those that can ignore or chuckle, both reflect more on the reader than the author (or publisher) of such little barbs. And that has some value.

Gun Memes

Since some people are so easily triggered, I figured I'd give this section a shot.

Main article: Memes:Guns

My Memes

Really just a collection of things I drew, illustrated or borrowed and altered (real artists steal).

Main article: Memes:Mine

People Memes

Sometimes your purpose in life is to serve as a warning for others.

Main article: Memes:People

Economic Memes

Who said humor and economics don't go together?

Main article: Memes:Econ

Black Lives Matter

Black lives matter more to some than others. Their suffering is a means to an ends.

Main article: Memes:BLM

United Airline Memes

Throw one tantrum throwing asshat off a plane, and the Nation loses their mind!

Main article: United Airline Memes

Logical Fallacies

Main article: Memes:Logic

Liberty, Tolerance and Socialism

What they should really look like, but too often do not. Hey, if you can't beat 'em, mock 'em.

Main article: Memes

Other Memes

Main article: Memes