In my dorm, we're pretty much allowed to put stuff up on the walls that we find interesting. Flyers, news articles, that kind of thing. When Michael Moore (bleh) was on campus to sell his "book", there were flyers all over the place. During the recall, there were also some satirical pieces on Arnie. After Moore's appearance, I put up an article calling him on some of his hypocrisy, just to give an opposing opinion.
A couple days later, the piece of paper was gone.
The piece on Arnie, of course, is still there.
So Vet's Day, just to remind people, I put up this picture, which I also posted on my livejournal.
The next day, surprise, the picture was still there, but next to it was a piece of paper with a photo of a mushroom cloud and another of a dead body. Obviously an 'opposing opinion'.
So that night I added a vet's day poem to the growing montage. Just cause I'm mischievous like that.
Today I noticed that another page had been added by my secret friend, a critique from Moore's site on the Patriot Act.
Yeah. The Patriot Act. Which has what to do with V Day?
Do college students know the definition of non sequitor?
So the latest 'retaliation' from me was just a post-it note saying That has nothing to do with Veteran's Day, silly! Because honestly, if you're going to play this game, at least stay on message. Like Kelly said, this chick is making liberals look bad ;)
I also took the initiative to take down the Vet's day picture because, well, it's over.
We'll see how long the "wisdom" of Michael Moore remains on display.
ETA: LOL, now there's a strip of paper that says "Who Would Jesus Bomb?" I need to thank these twits for the laugh.