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I get it, but I do comment when the memes stimulate a response, and I rely on them as a sort of shorthand. They communicate ideas I find amusing or sardonically on point, and they permit me to cover more ground in the limited time I can devote to these fora . . .
I think that is the most information you have personally conveyed on any issue.
Thank you for introducing me to "demotivational memes".
You'e welcome, but you know where to find more . . . and you're always welcome.
Meanwhile, over at DiverseCity, we usually approach issues from a decidedly conservative point of view usually with an attempt at good humour.
While all points of view are welcome, most posters there, engaged in any dialog, prefer to espouse the conservative take on matters at hand (read: the truth).
Below are two examples touching on issues that our Leftist friends would prefer to ignore - I suppose that explains why they usually flee our forum after finding their views challenged (in the nicest possible way, of course) . . .
And memes, always memes . . .