Have A Little Fun. Life Is Too Short.

Free speech is the right to speak your mind without government censorship and without fear of extralegal retaliation like harassment or violence. That’s all!

Free speech doesn’t include the right to speak your mind on any forum anywhere. The government may not prevent you from speaking, but private parties, like blog owners or corporations, aren’t required to let you use their property as your platform.

Free speech doesn’t include the right to be believed or to be taken seriously. People may mock, ridicule or laugh at what you say, or they may reject it outright.

Free speech doesn’t include the right to be listened to. People who don’t desire to hear your opinion can hang up on you, block you on social media, change the channel, close the browser tab. Free speech doesn’t give you the right to bombard people with harassing messages or otherwise force them to pay attention to you against their will.

And free speech doesn’t include the right to suffer no consequences whatsoever for your expressed opinions.

Free Speech vs. Freeze Peach (via brute-reason)

San Cisco – My Newest Obsession

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Watch what happens when Adobe Photoshop turns random strangers into ads while they wait for their bus.

Magnificent!

 

“Oh No, Daddy! I lost an ear!”

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Be the diamond

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