Congratulations! You’ve successfully made it through the first half of 2017’s first week. As Americans nationwide return to work and semi-sobriety, many of our New Years Resolutions have already succumbed to the stages of bargaining and acceptance as we realize that 2016 wasn’t just a bad dream, that our old notion of “Same Shit, Different Day” has been democratically transformed into “Same Fascism, Different Day.”
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— Pugs Daily (@PugsDaiIy) January 4, 2017
For those of us still struggling with the “New Year, New Me” bullshit: Make the changes you need to. Find yourself, be yourself, show your family, friends, and strangers that you care; travel, laugh, and love; be happy, healthy, and motivated!
Then, politely join the adult table where we already fucked up our chance to prevent a “New Year, New Oligarchy.”
— Christian Beadles (@SimplyChri5tian) January 4, 2017
Funny, Congress is purging its closet of all accountability, too!
Spending Christmas Day afternoon purging my closet because #newyearnewme
— Tori Hagen (@Tori_Hagen) December 26, 2016
I’m changing my name to Julia W.T.F. Smith:
This just in: The middle initial has made its appearance in my Twitter profile. #NewYearNewMe
— Diana B. Greenwald (@hispeedtourist) January 4, 2017
Meanwhile, in #RealLife… ‘Godly Relationships’ has something important to say:
— Godly Relationships (@Gdrelationships) December 29, 2016
Dear America, these issues need attention; please, kindly, remove your head from the asshole of consumerism, economic inequality, and social placation. There’s a whole world out there that needs resolutions.
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