This dude is REAL passionate about chicken wings.
This Tumblr thread shines light on the terrible struggles experienced by disabled individuals in America, when it comes to getting financial assistance. Specifically, we're talking about scenarios where these individuals literally can't save money, and are forced to deplete their resources every month, for fear of being cut off from financial assistance. If they exceed a certain amount of money, their financial assistance is pulled. What a mess.
In case you were in the mood for a little dark and depressing humor, you've come to the right place! In light of the Global Climate Strike happening today, we're bringing you some climate change-related memes that probably won't give you any hope for our dying planet! On that note, please enjoy the memes!
Stranger Things just went real life. Apparently that character Eleven, off the show "Stranger Things", isn't so far off the reality that these declassified CIA documents illustrate. And that would be a very strange reality, indeed. A reality where people can move things across the room using their mind, as long as they're in possession of a special instrument. Trippy. It's like a remote changing the TV, but you can treat the room around you like it's your living TV, or something.
Many Americans still feel like they're trapped in a system that they have no control over, even though they're told they live in the greatest, most free nation in the history of ever. It may come as a surprise to some that the United States isn't the only country where its citizens are told that they live in the greatest country on the planet. For some outside perspective, here are some American problems people are too European to understand.
In the thick of the coronavirus pandemic here in the United States, several states have implemented what's known as a "shelter in place," where all nonessential businesses must shut down and people must stay in their homes except for tasks like going out to get groceries or medications.
While this all royally sucks, we're enjoying the memes that have popped up that make fun of the government telling people to work from home in light of all the lockdowns.