• Smorty [she/her]
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      65 months ago

      Ok someone photoshopped that eye patch and the blood in. I know that Scholz had an eye patch once, but he would never have taken a picture with blood on his face.

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      45 months ago

      Doesn’t the GOP also have an eye patch guy? The swedish villains just look like a bunch of high school losers in cheap suits.

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        Crenshaw is moderate by Republican standards, despite being conservative as fuck. He got harassed by groypers for not being fascist enough.

        The most supervillain looking Republicans are Crenshaw, Gaetz, Greene, McConnell, and Trump. Trump is amazing because he directly inspired several Hollywood villains before even becoming president. McConnell looks like a turtle mixed with Emperor Palpatine. Greene looks like a total Karen, but also the grinning titan from Attack on Titan. Gaetz is the most punchable frat boy corrupt politician in history. No one likes him except maybe Boebert, because he’s actually as much of a douche as he looks. The GOP will dump him like a hot coal at the first opportunity, as he’s caused so many problems for them.

        Honorable mentions to Santos and DeSantis for being exactly as pathetic and evil as they look.

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          35 months ago

          Moderate for being Republican. Sort of like how Grand Moff Tarkin was a moderate compared to Palpatine. You’re spot on with your post though. They make Batman’s gallery of villains seem sane in comparison.

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    125 months ago

    Who’s the figure head holding the puppy? I wan’t to do the same thing to him.

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      185 months ago

      The leader of Turkmenistan, one of the most brutal dictatorships in the world. People call it the North Korea of Central Asia, but nobody has actually heard of it.

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    65 months ago

    This is such an optimistic post.

    Assuming we’ll be around in 50 years and children won’t be scavengers in a post-apocalyptic wasteland and people will still survive after their ability to run and defend themselves diminishes with age and they don’t just become food at 45.