“Everything is offensive, and scary, and yucky. I need a safe space!”
Well folks, it looks like the pussified, bearded girly-man Gersh Kuntzman did not receive enough hate, scorn and very well deserved ridicule after confessing to his lack of a spine in his blatant lie and error riddled piece “What is it like to fire an AR-15? It’s horrifying, menacing and very very loud.” In that article, Kuntzman proclaimed:
“The recoil bruised my shoulder. The brass shell casings disoriented me as they flew past my face. The smell of sulfur and destruction made me sick. The explosions — loud like a bomb — gave me a temporary case of PTSD. For at least an hour after firing the gun just a few times, I was anxious and irritable.”
After that ridiculous piece was published, his inbox was so full of people pointing out the many lies and falsehoods in his article, and at the same time making fun of him, that he felt the need to write a follow up article discussing said feedback. Two days later, he penned “To gun lovers, you can’t even have an opinion on assault rifles — unless it’s theirs. Here’s the proof“ in which he proudly, in a most non-manly fashion, publicly admitted that many 7 year old girls have more testicular fortitude than he does. Aside from him completely demasculating himself quite publicly, and voluntarily, he also failed to miss the very obvious point made by so many people, that his liberal, leftist, anti-gun preconceptions about the AR-15 are the very reason he reacted to it like he did. There is absolutely nothing menacing, overly loud and definitely not shoulder bruising about firing an AR-15.
Not surprisingly, the bearded beta male again received much public chastising as he became the subject of more than 50 memes that poked fun at his lack of even a shred of masculinity.
Well, it appears good old Gersh Kuntzman just can’t get enough negative attention. Now the crybaby hipster doofus is complaining about the fact that the song “God Bless America” is being played during major league baseball games, and in doing so, he gratuitously proclaims that the song is “a song that offends everyone.” No you sackless, spineless, whiny ass, crybaby, dickhead – it just offends you! You and the other assholes like you: the leftist nitwits that want to disarm America and remove God from everything.
Whether or not you like the song, whether or not you agree with the reasoning for playing it, you really need to get it through that thick skull of yours; You do not speak for everyone! In fact, based on the recent, near endless supply of hate/ridicule mail you received, it should be pretty clear to even the most dense of the dense, that you do not speak for even half of us.
Basing your premise, that “everyone” is offended by the song, on a non-scientific poll, conducted by an author, in order to prove a point for a book she was writing is hardly jury convincing evidence. Throwing in that atheists “such as yourself” and foreigners dislike the song hardly comes as a shock. Many foreigners do not like our country, and suggesting that a song about God offends those who want God removed from everything? Gasp! No.Freaking.Way! </sarcasm>
Look cupcake, please, for your sake, quit trying to speak for the rest of America. While your timid, testosterone lacking opinions may reflect that of the likeminded, bearded, man-bun wearing people you hang out with in Manhattan, those opinions do not remotely reflect that of a good portion of America. Please, shut the hell up and go away!
Oh yeah, by the way, God Bless America!