Lately I've noticed a bunch of articles circulating on the degree to which we should feel sympathy for right-wing unvaccinated idiots who have chosen to die a horrible death. The latest of which is the "Herman Cain Award" subreddit, I'm guessing you already know what it is
There are a bunch of them lately, but this is the one getting shared the most. Are they right? Is it cruel to mock the dead, whose plight have caused real suffering to their friends and family? Or is it a justifiable source of schadenfreude, knowing that these morons have directly or indirectly contributed to the suffering and deaths of many more and are ensuring that the pandemic is prolonged as long as possible? You make the call!
|Funny, not cruel: these dumb fuckers deserved it||30|
|Funny, but cruel: I don't like to laugh at death but it's a hilarious way to go||18|
|Not cruel, not funny: I don't have time to think about this||16|
|I believe these words came from the Pokémon movie||3|
|Cruel, not funny: only a soulless monster would mock the dead||2|
― frogbs, Wednesday, 22 September 2021 18:55 (one month ago)