Unplugging from Reality

It beats worrying.


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14 Responses to Unplugging from Reality

  1. Kaitlin says:

    That is certainly one approach…

  2. Rummuser says:

    Absolutely! This is more like Scott Adams in Dilbert!
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  3. Sharon says:

    Seems a popular excuse.
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  4. tammy j says:

    As the saying goes, “People are going to believe what they want to believe.”
    so true!
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  5. I’m with Tammy, and sometimes I just don’t get it! 🙂
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    • Jean says:

      It’s just the huge variety of human experience. As I’ve said before, we’re all a bunch of nuts and we each have our own way of being one.

  6. Linda Sand says:

    So. When the news is worrisome we can just call it fake news then not worry? I think my blood pressure would like that.

    • Jean says:

      Obviously, the cartoon is poking fun at politicians who choose to ignore reality, who don’t argue about what the facts are, they completely disregard anything they disagree with.

      My background is in science so l do respect reality, but I also avoid reading the news when it gets too worrisome or depressing and there is nothing I can do about the situation.

  7. Cathy in NZ says:

    couldn’t they just erase it from the hard-drive…

    couldn’t they abandon the meeting, any excuse will do!

    • Jean says:

      The cartoon is clearly making fun of Trump and anyone else who disregards facts, calling anything they disagree with “fake news”.

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