About Bulbasaur

Bulbasaur is a blue collar worker and part-time polemicist from the Southern U.S.

Fugly Aussie totally challenges traditional gender identities (LOL, JK)

Source: Have A Gay Day/Minus18

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You’re Trans? What are you looking at? LOL

 

Not gonna lie, I was more confused than triggered at this picture. Hell, I’m still bewildered. It’s like viewing one of those silly modern “art” exhibits, except this one breathes and has a profile on grindr.

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Black couple opposes microaggression, perpetuates stereotype instead

Source: Imgur

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Let’s ignore the overuse of pronouns. Let us also pretend that the writer used “not” instead of  “never.” We should avoid asking why “thyself” is even there (maybe this was a romantic Quaker-themed restaurant?).

We should especially overlook that this black woman (judging by handwriting and tone) had such a profound inferiority complex that she felt compelled to project her grasp of the English language to a waiter.

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The Daily Shoah! Episode 20: Your iAnal Bill Of Rights

SOUNDCLOUD IS HAVING ISSUES. PLEASE TO BEING PATIENT.

The Death Panel gathered to discuss trolling anti-racists, foreign policy, and Hateful Heretic gives us a nice preview of some articles he’s working on regarding triggering liberals into a hateful frenzy. Featuring The Shitlord Report and The Merchant Minute.

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Yes, ISIS burned a man alive, but a spoiled negro would rather you pay attention to him

Source: The Daily Kos

Yesterday, a “respectable negro” (lol organ grinder) at DK posted perhaps one of the most egregiously stupid and narcissistic things I’ve ever read.

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Go fuck yourself.

ISIS’s burning alive of Muadh al Kasasbeh has been denounced as an act of savagery, barbarism, and wanton cruelty–one from the “dark ages” and not of the modern world.

American Exceptionalism blinds those who share its gaze to uncomfortable facts and truths about their own country.

For almost a century, the United States practiced a unique cultural ritual that was as least as gruesome as the “medieval” punishments meted out by ISIS against its foes.

Thanks for this totally objective and fair-minded critique, Le Educated Black Man™. For a moment there, I was almost going to criticize the brutality of others without first expressing guilt and shame about something unrelated that happened over six decades ago and hasn’t happened since. Because “progress” involves ritualistic self-flagellation by straight white males and rentseeking by everyone else.

Muh equivocation, muh victim card, muh category error. Me me me.

While religion probably played a part, the lynchings that occurred in the Southern United States between 1882 and 1968 were primarily driven by economics, with a war-scarred and rebuilding agricultural society having to now compete with freed blacks. (MFW one could argue welfare did more to ease racial tensions than Martin Luther King, Jr.)

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SWPL woman wears hijab to signal status, signals ignorance instead

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I guess the glasses don’t show her face well enough for a close-up pic.

 

 “Hello! I’m Catholic; I went to Mass today and wore my hijab and handed out these notes to people to raise awareness. My priest even posed for a photo because he loved the idea of unity amongst our faiths.”-Kayte Thomas

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An Obituary For Rijad Pasagic

We are sad to learn we have lost one of our own.

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Last Sunday, Rijad Pasagic passed away during basketball practice after suffering a cardiac episode. He was only 17.

Rijad was not a contributor to the blog. His contribution to our group was a unique sense of humor as well as a perspective that spoke to his circumstances as an irreligious young man among a very Muslim community in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Rijad shared with us his dreams of overcoming the squalor of his upbringing and immigrating to America. A large man, he intended to become a professional fighter or trainer. As bright as he was athletic, there is no doubt he would have accomplished these things.

Even at so young an age, Rijad made an impression on people worldwide, on many of us here at TRS.

You will be missed.