Is it just me, or does that look a lot like Michelle Obama?
Why do you fear the power of meme magic? We're using our /pol/ack inspired wizardry to meme mootles out of existence, or at least erase his association with 4chan. It won't be long before Hiroshima deletes the old news posts with moot's name on them and all traces he was ever affiliated with the chans disappears.
That's only because you aren't privy to the Department of Memetic Warfare and its secrets
Mainstream /pol/ is just playing at meme magic, but the DMW was born in it and raised in it. Most of /pol/ are just puppets, dancing in the wind.
It's ok. But I like the Kelly cartoons when he is right for wrong selfish reasons or just weird.
This one would better if he was mad because he can't get tits and the babies get it for free. 2 tits for one child?
He deserves it though. He sold us out to the chinese and STILL wants to live forever? Fuck that guy. He can cry me a pool of tears for all I care. The fucking mods have been going crazy since he left. Chinese moot is probably too beta to tell them to stop with the bullshit or too gullible to see that they are arbitrary fucks who delete things they personally don't like.
I think the main problem these days is that there's so much extremism both ways, everybody feels like they need to take a side. There's too much "us vs them" mentality, and that's how you get boogiemen.
You mean when /b/ had fits of anger over really silly things?
Not even just fits of anger. The whole pool's closed meme was in response to a pool being closed to one black child for being HIV positive because good ol' Texas thought he'd spread AIDS in the water. If you had to put a label on /b/s chaos, it was at least leaning left.
The one that sticks out most to me is when a video surfaced of a girl hurling live puppies into a river, and /b/ managed to track her down purely based on her accent and the colour of her clothes, which lead to her being arrested.
Does /b/ do shit like that anymore? I haven't ventured there in years.
>Does /b/ do shit like that anymore?
lol, no. /b/ is /soc/-lite with gore and /pol/ threads. Oh, and furry threads (well, maybe, I haven't been back since /trash/ became a thing, which is where all the furry and pony porn gets posted).
Does this one count as a Kelly?
It's ironic, and almost tragic, but /b/ were the original social justice warriors when you think about it. Not in the whiny Tumblr way, in a very real way. It may not have happened all that often, but they'd go after bad people like that, OBJECTIVELY bad people.
What's even more ironic is how it has changed, not just for /b/. Now if you just complain about anything, or just post an opinion that can be remotely leftist, you're labelled as whichever boogieman other anons will think of first.
Also, for a long time I couldn't tell if Kelly's comics were serious or not. Since I realized how much of a fool I was, I've been thoroughly enjoying them.
I remember being around for Kenny Glenn. This kid beat his cat and put it on youtube, and people were able to match the rooms in the background with pictures from the kid's myspace. His parents and school were called, the Rocketpower copypasta was faxed to his dad's work, and the cat was removed by animal protection services. Last I heard the kid was bought a 4-wheeler by his rich ass parents for all the emotional trauma the repercussions of his pet endangerment caused.
The black chick who bragged about cooking her neighbor's kitten, Tiger Lily, alive went straight to jail though because she wasn't a minor and also a niggo.
off topic, but that episode hurt me deeply