Two pieces of inspired wignage at the Families Belong Together March in LA. Kassie Thornton
Families Belong Together: "Galvanized by the images and voices of migrant children separated from their parents by President Trump’s immigration policies, hundreds of thousands took to the streets Saturday in major cities and small towns across America to express outrage that they hope will carry over into the fall election," the Los Angeles Times reports.
ICE Agents Are the New Trump Staffers: Last week, Politico ran a giant story about how no one in Washington, DC,
likes wants to fuck Trump staffers. After one White House staffer disclosed where and for whom she worked to someone she'd matched with on Tinder, her match angrily asked her, "Do you rip babies from their mothers?” Silly Tinder match! It's ICE agents who rip babies from the arms of their mothers, not Trump staffers! Everyone knows that! And that's making ICE agents sad, reports the LA Times: “Even the cops don’t like us anymore because they’re listening to the news also,” one anonymous ICE agent told the paper. “‘Oh you guys are just separating families.’”
Seattle Has Truly Lost Its Soul: "Like all truly frightening things, the Coke machine near the corner of John and Broadway is mysterious to the core," David Schmader wrote in The Stranger's 2002 Halloween Issue. "Who owns this Coke machine? Who restocks it? There are no answers. Beyond the standard options—in this case, Coke, Mountain Dew (regular), 7 Up, Barq's Root Beer, and Pepsi, designated by name on brightly colored buttons, there is one more button. This is the Mystery Button. Mystery it reads, with question marks placed menacingly next to the first and last letters. Both the word and the marks were made with fading colored mini-markers. It's terrifying." Seattle's terrifying Mystery Coke Machine disappeared without a trace over the weekend, CHS reports.
Continue reading »