Saturday, May 14, 2016

Don’t Call; I Don’t Care

Here’s an important study: Empathy loss: Tylenol makes you care less about other people's pain. Normally my first question would be “who funded this study?” however in this case I think it’s pretty obvious that it was the Motrin/Advil cabal.

It’s a classic case of an explanation in search of a problem  -and they’ve found one: Americans just aren’t as empathetic as they used to be.  Of course once the  problem was isolated, research dollars could be allocated to researching the cause: why are so many Americans today incapable of identifying with the pain and shutruggles of their fellow Americans?

I can think of a plethora of reasons for Americans’ shrinking empathy gene - and none of them have anything to do with acetaminophen, ibuprofen or aspirin. Here’s my short list:

  • BLM/WLD (black lives matter butt white lives don’t)



  • Undocumented illegal aliens sucking up tax payer funded benefits they’re not eligible for and bitching about it.

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  • Muslims demands that America accommodate them rather than them assimilating to our customs.


  • Feminnazis, who think all men should die, especially white men:


  • Gays, who demand we recognize their life style as normal.


I said: bake me a cake, Christian! Because your freedom of religion stops where my demands begin.

  • Transgenders, who demand we accommodate their confusion as it, too, is just another notch on the “normal” spectrum.

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  • Snowflakes who need safe spaces to protect them from being offended by everything from Halloween costumes to  ‘chalkings”

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I’m sure you can think of many other contributing factors to America’s declining empathy. My prescription: take 2 painkillers of your choice and don’t bother to call. I don’t care.

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