But of course when you put something on the Internet, it gets scrutinized. People looked up the title showing in the image, and it's not tentacle pron. (In fact, most hentai manga isn't about tentacles.)
Called out on the lie, the dumbass doubles down on it, claiming he couldn't find any tentacle pron on the Internet.
Apparently he was unable to type "tentacle porn" into a Googe image search. Don't click that link unless you want to see images of people--well, mostly people, some ponies and other...things--being violated by tentacles. Some of them are badly drawn, some of them are nonsensical, but all of them are stupid and disgusting.
Let me explain it this way:
Rule 34 states that regardless of what you're talking about, there is porn involving it. Every show on TV regardless of its target audience. Every book, every story, even characters from commercials. (Like Flo from the Progressive Insurance commercials. Mr. Clean. The Gecko.) Cartoon characters from Mickey Mouse to Popeye to the Rugrats, Simpsons, and Rick and Morty.
It's pathetically easy to find anything to prove the rule simply by typing the title and "porn" into Googe. Finding it is not a problem. The problem is that once seen, it cannot be un-seen.
So, you left hentai porn open in your browser and, like an idiot, tweeted a picture demonstrating the fact. So? Laugh it off! "Yeah, I was reading 'Pretty Cure: Nagisa Futanari'. It's hilarious." WTF, it's not like you're the first guy ever caught looking at dirty pictures. Cripes.
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Oh, I think I understand what's happening now. See, CNN was so thoroughly and obviously in the tank for Hillary during the last election, someone there realized that they pissed away a lot of credibility. They're a leftist news organization--BIRM, the damned thing was started by Ted Turner FFS--so it's only natural that a few people in their employ will wig out at the Trumpocalypse and do or say something actionable. All CNN has to do--they think--is to fire a few obviously unhinged leftists, and people will take them seriously again.
That explains Kathy Griffin, that explains the "Trump is a piece of shit" guy: CNN's just trying to get its credibility back. Good luck, guys.
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Related: Kurt Schlichter suggests the media and elites stop pissing on our heads and telling us it's raining. "I keep trying to find the big Trump 'lies' and they always seem to end up being disagreements with liberal orthodoxy."
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Problems with the car bubble. Prices are ridiculous, manufacturers are building as many as they can, and the market for new cars is beginning to fade. This is another bubble that will pop; it's just a question of when. And when it does, it's going to suck.
However, I wonder if I could get in on this? Leasing an electric Fiat for $69 a month for 3 years? Even with insurance that wouldn't be very much money, and its below-87-mile range is perfectly fine for 90% of the driving I do these days.
Nah. Once that bubble pops you'll be able to buy one for that much. Getting parts may be a problem, though.
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Homo sapiens is more than 300,000 years old, much older than previously thought. Despite anthropologists having concensus on the age of our species? Why weren't the age-deniers drummed out of science and punished for their denial of the concensus?
That's what happens in climate "science", after all! And we're told that climate deniers need to be jailed! WTF!!!!!!!!11one-one
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Well, how nice: looked up from posting, saw sun shining and moderate rain, went outside and saw a rainbow.
Today's generally been warm and more humid than it's been for a little while, so the AC is on. As evening began, we started having little popcorn showers come through. We needed the rain, though, and I got the grass cut yesterday, so I don't mind.
Went to the store and got six feet of 16 gauge wire. Hope this battery charger actually works, because if it doesn't, I'm out $6. If I hadn't recycled all that speaker wire....