July 19, 2012

I Don't Get It?

Why is Abe in this? Que tiene que ver?? Is this a sign I'm not really a DC-ite yet?


Also, this:

(Except I get this one.)

5 comments:

  1. Yeah, I totally don't get the top one. I take issue with the second one though. It says that lung cancer doesn't discriminate. Um, yes it does. Most incidents of lung cancer aren't random; in most cases lung cancer is caused by a choice, the choice to smoke. 90% of lung cancers arise because of tobacco use (I cite this statistic from a cancer awareness study in which I'm taking part). While I certainly don't think that people with lung cancer deserve to die, I do think the message of this poster is a little off.

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    1. So, basically you're saying lung cancer DOESN'T discriminate 10% of the time. So... you're both right. (I should be a mediator. :D)

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  2. She's committed to her money? It's the same picture of Lincoln that's on the $5 bill, right?

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    1. Uhhhh... Is it? I'd check a $5 bill, but I'm broke, and I tend to lose cash anyway, so I never have it. Ha ha. The baffling continues...

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  3. Supposed to symbolize her commitment to saving and financial security. But that ad of a long-deceased political figure walking down the aisle with a living, breathing woman has always creeped me out.

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