Not a great take. Not at all.
This isn't worth fighting wars to defend pic.twitter.com/GdoK95MqSW
— Themperor Kennedy🐸🏳️🌈 (@kennedytcooper) September 29, 2021
Zoom out, ya’ nob.
Time to post the drone shot again. pic.twitter.com/DvELmx3Sai
— Domenishi (@Domenishi) October 1, 2021
Yeah, that’s worth fighting wars to defend.
Well yes it is because it's a lot of people's jobs also this argument is not like 3 years old ? https://t.co/mZGNIYKb6v
— FBI agent (the shitpost never dies) (@Leftforfed655) October 3, 2021
Lots of jobs.
Lots of products.
All good things.
Only a moron wouldn’t see that.
It absolutely is. Those are people in there. Countrymen. They leave that one small business zone and go home to their families. Stop being a psychopath. https://t.co/2UP7WHAONX
— Joe Pilot, MD (@JoeSilverman7) October 2, 2021
Stop being a psychopath – that may well be too much to ask.
— AlaskanTzar (@AlaskanTzar) October 2, 2021
Correct. It's not worth fighting wars over a staged photograph that required an 80 foot scissor lift and weird angles to capture because that's not what the place actually looks like. Good take. https://t.co/Nzjtm4OuCf
— Noam "MF Blum" (@neontaster) October 2, 2021
agreed, we should not fight wars over tightly zoomed photography taken from such an unnatural angle the photographer had to use a 80-foot scissor lift to take it. https://t.co/Z1Vc0b6y0S
— Andrew Donaldson (@four4thefire) October 1, 2021
Spoiled western ingrates tend to think this way more often than the people living in actual poverty across the globe.
— Murder "Hornet" Joe (@jmotivator) October 1, 2021
Yes it is , that area is pretty nice. I’m guessing you have never been there
— WinterDreams (@Missthetree) October 2, 2021
Probably a safe guess.
Your misleading stale meme fails to make the point you’re attempting to make pic.twitter.com/HRJwsEOy8k
— Kenny Webster (@KenWebsterII) October 2, 2021