“Pfizer Owns Biden” — Have You Considered the Power of Sidewalk Chalk?
Spray paint is so hard to remove. Sidewalk chalk is so innocent.
One wall in Silicon Valley that is seen by thousands of people a day has “Pfizer Owns Biden” written on it in sidewalk chalk. I do not know who owns the wall. Whoever he is either seems to agree with the chalk-written message, seems to not be diligent with his property, or seems to not care, for it has been decorated in this way for weeks.
I wonder if you live near such a wall, a wall awaiting your brilliance.
A box of sidewalk chalk can now be found at the dollar store for a mere $1.50. It is not the “dollar” store value it once was, but we all knew that day was inevitable once the government stopped pegging the dollar to gold. Despite the falsely advertised price, perhaps, I can encourage you to spend $1.50 and to practice your witticism and share that gift with the world by improving a piece of concrete near you.
There is value in truthful expressions of wit. The study of memetics is based in witty representations of truth so potent that they have the potential to spread rapidly or “to go viral,” as the parlance of the day states.
During times such as these, to tell the truth in a witty fashion requires renegade media such as sidewalk chalk and value-driven actors like yourself. The fake news media will not be telling the truth. In fact, they will be doing the opposite. The spiral-wired earpieces curling out of the ears of the media frontmen are nearly as ubiquitous as the Trump flags and stickers that continue to be seen in residential areas across the country, from Los Angeles to New York City. Through those earpieces, the media figureheads are able to communicate seamlessly with a room full of operatives meant to spin the truth, a behavior once known as “lying.”
Zero Hedge reported on a specific example of media deceit, Monday, October 4, 2021, in a piece entitled “NBC Reporter Goes Into Damage Control After NASCAR Fans Chant ‘F**K Joe Biden.’” The piece appeared under the allonymic corporate byline Tyler Durden:
“The latest example of gaslighting by the corporate press occurred Saturday evening during an NBC News interview with the NASCAR Xfinity Series Race winner at Talladega, Brandon Brown. The reporter distorted offensive chants about President Biden and quickly spun them as chants for Brown.
“During the interview, hundreds if not thousands of fans were in the stadium seating section of the raceway while Brown spoke with the reporter. The chants from the crowd increased in loudness and could be heard as ‘F**k Joe Biden.’ The reporter, quick on her feet, told Brandon and viewers the chants were ‘Let’s Go Brandon.’”
Given the ubiquity of media-worn earpieces, Mr. Durden is generous in his estimation of an earpiece-wearing reporter as “quick on her feet.” Durden is also generous in referring to her as a “reporter.” Words have meaning. Stenographer is a more f
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