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Saw someone share this on the Discussing Lunenburg Facebook page and it was too funny not to pass on to turtle riders:
Newsflash – she wasn’t asking for a friend, and she knew going into it how you felt about plastic bags. She messaged you specifically because of your stance on evil plastic bags and pretended to be an interested client who wanted to learn the guitar, just so she could send the message that if you hold a political viewpoint that runs counter to her’s then it will cost you financially. This is what SJWs do. They don’t want people who disagree with them to be able to earn a living. They know the government can’t censor you so they find creative ways to. They report you to the Facebook police, they organize boycotts, and they harass you like this. But it’s cool because they’re tolerant and they like flowers and shit.
According to the Internet Judit Ernst teaches private piano lessons from her house, which is likely how she ended up finding the guy she messaged – they’re both in the music community. But because he had the audacity to think outside of acceptable political boundaries in the art community she had to send him a reminder that his opinions would cost him money. It would be a real shame if someone messaged her about piano lessons, wasted her time, and finally told her that they weren’t interested because of her opinions on immigration.
Hey Judit, you’re gonna lose your mind when you come to the Turtleboy household. Peep this:
Ya know what that is? A plastic bag full of plastic bags next to a plastic bag full plastic bottles. There isn’t a person who has ever lived in Worcester who doesn’t have a bag full of plastic bags in their house right now. That’s just a scientific fact. It’s how we were raised. Plastic bags can pretty much do anything, and we never throw them out. They’re lunchboxes, trashcans, and suitcases. There’s nothing a plastic bag can’t do. Get wit te program Judit!
P.S. The only guy woke enough to understand Judit’s bravery was exactly how you imagined he would be.