Karma isn’t a real thing. It doesn’t actually exist in the world of reality. And yet, when karma appears to exert its’ influence, it is ever so satisfying.
A good argument has been made that human destruction of nature (rain forests, etc) may have a role in exposing us humans to diseases that have existed, but were otherwise contained by their remoteness. I am no expert on that. It sounds plausible, but I’ll wait until the jury of my more knowledgeable comes to a final conclusion.
“Neo” in front of any historic political philosophy has always tended to be bad news. Examples being neo-nazi, neocon, neoliberal, and the list goes on…
Am I the only one not seeing a clear point in this cartoon?
And even at $1 per ticket, crowds (I use this term in irony) were tiny.
A fine example of the consequences of Republican policy decisions over the last few decades. Prove to me it isn’t so.
A really silly cartoon…on so many levels.
Just responding to the cartoon: I remember Trump’s campaign promises in 2016, and Biden’s campaign promises in 2020. Which of these two worked harder to achieve their promises, and which was more successful in delivering? Consider one full term, and one less than half a term. I have my opinion, anyone else?
I’ve seen quite a number of opinion articles over the past couple of weeks or so that have absolutely no understanding of the “Achilles heel” meaning or significance. It does not mean any vulnerability. It means a fatal vulnerability otherwise unknown or unrecognized.