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This morning, wile paying a visit to Facebook, I came across this article from the Huffington Post. This image may look photoshopped, but I assure you, it's quite real (link here).

I'm not sure if the ripoff is blatant or not, but as someone who knows a lot about html, css, javascript and jquery coding, creating a page like this is actually quite simple to create a page just like this. Hell, these days you don't even need to know that much about code.

In any case, it seems that Tea Partiers are feeling 'persecuted', so they're more or less shutting down and protecting their own. If nothing else, you could call this the online version of small-town mentality. That, and I suppose they didn't already have a loud enough bull-horn to scream their tired diatribes.

I know I usually write diaries about coping with Asperger's Syndrome, but considering I've been beating myself up lately, I figured I'd post something that made me laugh out loud.

P.S., speaking of which, I'd also like to apologize for being standoffish with fellow kossacks lately.

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  •  Tip Jar (8+ / 0-)

    I write a series called 'My Life as an Aspie', documenting my experiences before and after my A.S. diagnosis as a way to help fellow Aspies and parents of Aspies and spread awareness. If I help just one person by doing this, then I've served a purpose.

    by Homer177 on Sun Feb 03, 2013 at 08:07:59 AM PST

  •  This is along the same lines as the earlier (4+ / 0-)
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    NancyWH, Shippo1776, nio, diggerspop

    Conservapedia, since apparently Wikipedia was "too liberal," and generally unfair to conservative and religious nut jobs. It really fits nicely with the GOP "divide and conquer" as voiced my Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker.

    I've linked to the Wikipedia page on Conservapedia since the WOT shows the actual Conservapedia site as red, i.e., dangerous.

    "The object of persecution is persecution. The object of torture is torture. The object of power is power. Now do you begin to understand me?" ~Orwell, "1984"

    by Lily O Lady on Sun Feb 03, 2013 at 08:19:09 AM PST

  •  Homer177 (5+ / 0-)
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    FloridaSNMOM, Lily O Lady, nio, CwV, diggerspop

    I, for one, need no apology.  My nephew has Aspergers, and I have worked w/ differently abled people for years.  It's a tough row to hoe.  I hope you feel supported here.  I enjoy all of your posts.

    "The light which puts out our sight is darkness to us." Thoreau

    by NancyWH on Sun Feb 03, 2013 at 08:38:54 AM PST

  •  I'm glad you found something amusing (1+ / 0-)
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    I'm pretty sure it's an autism spectrum trait to take everything far too seriously. We need regular scheduled lighten-up-and-laugh breaks.

    The "Tea Party Community" shows early promise, but it will still  be quite a feat to make a wingnut site with as much stupidity as Conservapedia. There is an entire wiki called Rational Wiki mostly devoted to mocking it (although it's more broadly addressed at the "bad conservative science" ideas Conservapedia perpetuates).

    Visit Lacking All Conviction, your patch of grey on those too-sunny days.

    by eataTREE on Mon Feb 04, 2013 at 08:22:19 AM PST

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