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[SHOWER THOUGHT] 5 years ago, people were celebrating the death of Bin Laden on social media and libs/SJWs were whining, saying we should never celebrate the loss of someone's life, even Bin Laden. Yet 5 years later, these same people are saying they wish that kid was successful in killing The Don.Context | Full Comments | submitted 9 months ago by urmombaconsmynarwhal
[SHOWER THOUGHT] 5 years ago, people were celebrating the death of Bin Laden on social media and libs/SJWs were whining, saying we should never celebrate the loss of someone's life, even Bin Laden. Yet 5 years later, these same people are saying they wish that kid was successful in killing The Don.

Social justice warrior. The people who become offended on behalf of groups they don't represent, when the group wasn't offended to begin with.

This is a prime example: https://i.imgur.com/k89R6na.jpg

Context | Full Comments | submitted 9 months ago by urmombaconsmynarwhal
[SHOWER THOUGHT] 5 years ago, people were celebrating the death of Bin Laden on social media and libs/SJWs were whining, saying we should never celebrate the loss of someone's life, even Bin Laden. Yet 5 years later, these same people are saying they wish that kid was successful in killing The Don.

No not much straw man, here is just one example:

https://i.sli.mg/CD3gzr.png an example of those people. Fucked up.

Plenty of more examples like that out there but you've already been lazy enough you're going to have to find the rest on your own time , though that isn't hard

Context | Full Comments | submitted 9 months ago by urmombaconsmynarwhal
[SHOWER THOUGHT] 5 years ago, people were celebrating the death of Bin Laden on social media and libs/SJWs were whining, saying we should never celebrate the loss of someone's life, even Bin Laden. Yet 5 years later, these same people are saying they wish that kid was successful in killing The Don.

I was ecstatic and many other friends of mine were as well. When people were posting statuses on FB there were plenty saying 'celebrating a loss of life is evil' etc

Context | Full Comments | submitted 9 months ago by urmombaconsmynarwhal
[SHOWER THOUGHT] 5 years ago, people were celebrating the death of Bin Laden on social media and libs/SJWs were whining, saying we should never celebrate the loss of someone's life, even Bin Laden. Yet 5 years later, these same people are saying they wish that kid was successful in killing The Don.

So if I changed one single line it would work for you?

years ago, people were celebrating the death of Bin Laden on social media and libs/SJWs were whining, saying we should never celebrate the loss of someone's life, even Bin Laden. Yet 5 years later, the same group is saying they wish that kid was successful in killing The Don.

Context | Full Comments | submitted 9 months ago by urmombaconsmynarwhal
[SHOWER THOUGHT] 5 years ago, people were celebrating the death of Bin Laden on social media and libs/SJWs were whining, saying we should never celebrate the loss of someone's life, even Bin Laden. Yet 5 years later, these same people are saying they wish that kid was successful in killing The Don.

I disagree but unlike cucks on /r/news, I will still upvote you because you provided an articulate response that expressed your opinion with level-headiness and logic.

Context | Full Comments | submitted 9 months ago by urmombaconsmynarwhal

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