Thursday, April 28, 2016

Another Quibcag Dump!

I've been on a quibcag jag lately, with no posts to put them on, so here's another dump with a bit of commentary:
First off, here's one you can use on people who want to dump Jackson for Tubman. They say that those of us who oppose the idea are bigots, etc., and hate Blacks. It's illustrated by "Sensei," of Denkigai no Hon'ya-san (デンキ街の本屋さん?, lit. "The Electric Town's Bookstore")

And here's one I prepared for use when discussing things with the more self-righteous form of libertarian, the kind who think that libertarianism = anarchy.  Illustrated by a K-On! (けいおん! Keion!)  girl.

One of my favorite thoughts here. This is handy when you're dealing with multiculturalists, diversocrats, cultural relativists — the kind the academic asylum is turning out regularly — or whatever they call themselves lately, who insist that the most dysfunctional human tribes are every bit as good as, say, the Renaissance Italians. Illustrated by the sisters from Kiss×sis (Japanese: キス×シス Hepburn: Kisu×shisu), a rather kinky anime, I should warn you.
 This is for use when somebody on the net uses a slogan and thinks he's made an argument. Another K-On! (けいおん! Keion!)  girl.
 Another one to pound "libertarians" with who say they'll vote for whichever bozo the LP nominates even if it makes it likely that Hillary will be elected. This one's illustrated by Hatsune Miku. More about her here:
 For use with anarchists who call you names like "statist" and "collectivist." The girls look like the ones from Strike Witches (ストライクウィッチーズ Sutoraiku Witchīzu)., but I'm not sure.
 Not a quibcag, of course, but you can have fun with it.
 And a good quote to use to push the Trump candidacy and argue against selling the country out in general by Matt Bailey. Illustrated by Kagome of Inuyasha (犬夜叉).
Have fun with these. See you next blog post.

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