Friday, July 11, 2008

One time.... two time....

Megan mocks refugees!!!!! SRSLSY!

Megan, on waiting outside a store for an iPhone:

I imagine this is what it feels like to be a refugee--you sleep outside, and then smiling people in uniform hand you supplies whether you ask for them or not.


Notice that Megan says that sleeping outside and being handed supplies is what it "feels" like to be a refugee. This is quite revealing. Because she rivals Rick Deckard in her lack of empathy, Megan can only describe the feelings of refugees--people who have their homes and lives destroyed--in terms of fuckin economics.

6 comments:

Susan of Texas said...

Those lucky people, handed gifts whether they need them or not. Water. Food. Tents. My god, will the unfair redistribution of wealth never end???

clever pseudonym said...

No, Megan. Choosing to camp outside of an Apple store with your cashmere blanket in order to be one of the first people to buy a $500 phone knowing that you've got a warm home waiting when it's over is not anywhere near what it feels like to be a fucking refugee.

I can't even imagine that supplies handed to refugees are forced "whether they want them or not." In nearly every case, it's more a matter of need than desire.

Idiot. No wonder Nutella flies off the deep end over your rubbish. I'm getting pretty damn close myself.

NutellaonToast said...

Guys, didn't you see her commenters. You're just averse to humor! It was a really funny joke! just like the follow up about apple knowing their demographic cause they brought out coffee.

Cause, you know, only apple customers drink coffee....??!?!?!

clever pseudonym said...

Since when are "coffee drinkers" a demographic in the first place? That's retarded. And did you see the whole heated matress set up she had going on? Yeah, Megan - tell us all about your newly earned empathy for refugees.

She also wrote about being informed she will need "knowledge of her social security number." WTF does that even mean? Does it mean that she knows she has a SS number? That she's memorized it? Crappy writing there, Megs. As usual.

Clem said...

"Is this to be an empathy test? Capillary dilation, the so-called blush response? Fluctuations of the pupil? Flinging the computer against the wall?"

TS said...

fyi, another blight on the Atlantic's legacy.

http://instaputz.blogspot.com/2008/07/great-moments-in-atlantic-monthly.html