I ate you butler
The Economist, 14th May 2022
Ben Garrison vibes
not enough labels tbf
I like how the only actual weapons in that cartoon are pointed at Russia
Hate it when I get ‘Low Salary’ tattooed on my forearm.
But you’re cool with “blame me”?
Yeah that one’s fair
American teachers get to teach in jeans? I’m moving over there.
The best thing about this is that I’m bemused as to the statement / artist’s political persuasion.
Are all the bits supposed to be bad? So NRA is bad but what does the false flag bit mean? Needs more labels.
I like how the artist started off making some attempt to label things on relevant representations of the thing, like NRA on the gun, but couldn’t be arsed to draw a wallet for low salary or put the false flag label on the flag that they already drew
I’m confused too. The gun has got a flower sticking out of the end so I think they’re saying the NRA is bad?
But also COVID protections are bad. And the separation of church and state. But also teachers aren’t paid enough.
I teach in jeans, and wear them under my work trousers.
It feels silly but it is genuinely dead comfy, especially in winter.
Huh double trousers! One of the very few things i miss about lockdown remote teaching is wearing jeans every day
I just took it to mean these are all the things teachers in America have to deal with, TBH.
I think they’re wearing Covid protection and that’s just meant to be a part of their clothing rather than commentary. Maybe.
Clearly a bad cartoon.
So how does indoctrination fit that? Surely a far right trope?