The “deep thought” question of the day open for debate and ridicule came from the same place they do on many days:
If corporations are entitled to personhood then why not chimpanzees? http://t.co/4jWIIIJyFV
— Salon (@Salon) December 2, 2013
Thank you, Salon, for more mock-worthy material:
If you put a million monkeys in front of a typewriters and employed them under one corporation, would they achieve peak personhood? @Salon
— American Journalists Publish Chinese Propaganda (@JohnEkdahl) December 3, 2013
.@Salon is right. Giving chimps personhood would certainly open up the pool of possible hosts for MSNBC.
— ML (@just_mindy) December 3, 2013
I honestly think that if @Salon hired chimpanzees to produce its content it would improve the product tenfold. It can't get any worse.
— Jeff (@Jeffdoug89) December 3, 2013
— Lisa Graas † Passionist † #Catholic (@CatholicLisa) December 3, 2013
— James Taranto (@jamestaranto) December 3, 2013
In this case it might be best to leave it at answering a question with a question:
— LifeNews.com (@LifeNewsHQ) December 3, 2013
Just stop with that kidding around, because Salon’s got serious questions that deserve answers