Here’s a Question

Puppies reach peak cuteness at 8 weeks old according to study

I refuse to post a picture of any of those so-and-sos doing you-know-what. Here are nice puppies instead.

Here’s the question: How pathetically inadequate do you have to be, to be “influenced” by a TikTok “influencer”?

Really, is there anything more shameful than that?

The moment you refer to a man gussied up as a woman as “she” or “her,” you have surrendered, they’ve conquered you, you’re one of their Eloi now. If you’re lucky they’ll eat you last.

You do know that TikTok is owned and operated by the Chinese Communist Party, don’t you? Do you want to be “influenced” by them? Do you think they have a good reason to collect all kinds of data on millions of American citizens?

You have to be smarter than that, to keep on living.

3 comments on “Here’s a Question

  1. That’s a great question. Just because something is on TikTok, YouTube or television, doesn’t make it worth watching.

  2. I’m going to hazard a guess that absent parents (for whatever reasons) means the kids are seeking elsewhere for guidance and they unfortunately find themselves wandering into the worst corners of social media.

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