Greg was so preoccupied with whether or not he could, he didn’t stop to think if he should.
This paints a sad reality to the fact that people do not feel comfortable or free enough to express their thoughts due to fear of social and academic persecution in a university, a place historically has been a safe haven for “dangerous ideas”. I don’t know what you are trying to say here but I suspect that you are enabling this sad reality and seek to further de-platforming non-mainstream ideas. People’s mind and opinion are malleable and if someone happens to have a different or perhaps dangerous opinion it is the role of the instructor [This comic is specifically talking… Read more »
I think that is a very well thought out reply and analysis of the comment above. I can’t help but agree and almost cower at the fact that I found this joke funny. But the reason I found it so funny is that I can relate to that, a lot of the time I have an “idea” or “opinion” I am confused about and say that its devils advocate or will somehow make it seem as if it is not my own idea or opinion. Sometimes I just play “devils” advocate for the sake of hearing both sides of the… Read more »
So the idea is to take jokes having nothing to do with White Guys, and wrap them inside a gratuitous “White Guy” meme to make 2020 racebait agitprop. There are many problems with this, the most obvious of which is that compulsively denouncing Whitey is not funny.