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when they see trump in the 2 midgets stacked on top disguise





fairly sure i lie somewhere along the buck strickland-kahn souphanousinphone line which seems kind of fitting since they're my two favorite characters of that show






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dude sign me the heck up

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as long as we can crack open a cold one with the boys

as long as we can crack open a cold one with the boys
dude sign me the heck up
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this is such a stuffty graph.

how the hell is dune right-wing libertarian? it's literally about how a group of natives are exploited for not-oil by greedy governments... that's a left wing anti-corp message.

meanwhile how the hell is lotr right wing? it's literally got no modern political messages in it. you could argue ANY sort of fantasy in which kings rule is faschist which could put it at authoritarian but the reality is that it shouldn't be on here to begin with.

hunger games is libertarian left--the whole point is that the fascist government is letting everyone starve. it's got a socialist anti-authoritarian message.

harry potter literally has magic in it, which is viewed as evil by the right. also, the students constantly defy authority. it should be put slightly further down and/or left. but really it has little modern political messages and shouldn't even be on there.

ANIMAL FARM IS LITERALLY THE OPPOSITE OF AUTHORITARIAN LEFT? the whole point is that the communist farm is a PIECE OF stuff and napoleon literally turns into stalin at the end. if anything, animal farm is libertarian right.

it's the same with 1984. the message is obviously anti-authority. it should be right-bottom.  also, 'lord of the flies' is literally about how an anarchist society *does not work*. it's not got an anarchist message.  you can't even argue that this is based off the 'world of the book, not the message' because if it was Hunger Games would be far up-right.
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so uh, whats your guys opinion on the paris climate agreement?