Encyclopaedia Brittanica explains: "As a community moves toward despotism, respect is restricted to fewer people. A community is low on a respect scale if common courtesy is withheld from people on the basis of their political attitudes; rude to others because wealth or position gives them that right; or because they don't like a man's race or religion."
The use of the "not equal" sign, ≠, as a stand in for the swastika, is just perfectly on-the-nose.
But here's the best moment, depicting a despot's despotic laugh:
I immediately recognized this as the sampled laugh of Damnd, a guardian from Capcom's 1989 arcade game Final Fight:
Devin Nunes is such an idiot.
The Donald Trump impeachment hearings are yielding much interesting drama today.
On her official Twitter account, New York Attorney General Letitia James today announced that NY is suing Juul.
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