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    some of these are just brilliant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnw View Post
    Available as a garden flag for $9.98:



    https://www.amazon.com/Garden-Double.../dp/B08DRQ8576
    I love the McDonald's lunch! Why is the eagle's starboard wing longer and holds three missiles as opposed to the shorter port wing with two? The red triplane is a nice touch. Only one I know of was flown by a Nazi. That sounds about right for Trump.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich Jones View Post
    I love the McDonald's lunch! Why is the eagle's starboard wing longer and holds three missiles as opposed to the shorter port wing with two? The red triplane is a nice touch. Only one I know of was flown by a Nazi. That sounds about right for Trump.
    There were no official Nazis in WW I. However, the ideas that became the foundation for Nazism were pretty common among German officers:

    https://archive.org/details/headquarters00kell

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    OK, so is this serious or sarcastic, a parody or not? Or maybe both simultaneously, depending on your politics and how dumb you are? The McDonald's kids' "Happy Meal' would seem to be sarcasm, but how can you tell anymore?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Wilson View Post
    OK, so is this serious or sarcastic, a parody or not? Or maybe both simultaneously, depending on your politics and how dumb you are? The McDonald's kids' "Happy Meal' would seem to be sarcasm, but how can you tell anymore?
    I've wondered myself. The gold chain looks like sarcasm, but the carving on Mt. Rushmore looks like hero worship. They have had equally fanciful artwork that genuinely seeks to elevate his vision.
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    I think it must be parody. A Happy Meal and the Red Baron's Fokker triplane? Really? OTOH, I've actually seen this one flown by genuine Trump supporters, and it's every bit as absurd. Trump's real body on that picture would be - um - quite the thing.

    Last edited by Keith Wilson; 06-06-2021 at 09:55 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Wilson View Post


    OK, so is this serious or sarcastic, a parody or not? Or maybe both simultaneously, depending on your politics and how dumb you are? The McDonald's kids' "Happy Meal' would seem to be sarcasm, but how can you tell anymore?
    Follow the link I posted with it. Those who bought that flag bought a lot of other right-wing paraphernalia.

    Anyhow, can't you feel the sincerity radiating off it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnw View Post
    Follow the link I posted with it. Those who bought that flag bought . Anyhow, can't you feel the sincerity radiating off it?
    Well, clicked on a lot of other right-wing paraphernalia, anyway. I'm not sure we can deduce much from Amazon's algorithm. I think I'll go with 'both simultaneously'; those who get the joke (probably including the artist) and those who don't.
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    I expect it comes under 'owning the libs'.
    There's a lot of things they didn't tell me when I signed on with this outfit....

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    It certainly warms the cockles of my heart to think of the wingnuts getting warm fuzzies from the cartoon.
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    MacGyver me this.

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    To be more accurate... that would be 'Current Reality'. It has not always been thus, at least not to this extent.

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