Not Safe For Americans (NSFA)

5개월 전

The internet is being made safer for Americans.

This is long overdue as many Americans have been offended. Sites like Fakebook and Youtub are now leading the move to protect Americans from gratuitous offense danger (GOD).

Here are some offensive things that qualify as NSFA:

Use of taboo words that should not be spoken


There are certain words that no American should ever have to see, let alone hear uttered. These include:

The “N” word, the “C” word, the “F” word, the “P” word, and the “Z” word



Questioning of sacred cows


Long held icons of American culture are beyond question. Pointing out that any of these may not hold up well to background checking, would certainly qualify a post as NSFA.

These might include Microsoft, Atomic Bombs, Dunkin Donuts, Alex Jones, The Moon Landing, McDonalds, Bill Cosby, Google, and Mickey Mouse for example.



Discussion of American statistics that don’t look very good.


Especially anything to do with health. Or money. Or crime. Or war. That sort of thing is just inappropriate. And NSFA.

Statistics such as: 66 percent of all Americans are considered to be overweight, the U.S. has never gone a decade without war, Americans watch 4 hours and 42 minutes of television PER DAY on average, doctors in the United States write more than 250 million prescriptions for antidepressants each year, and the United States has the most laws of any country.



Exposing mainstream propaganda


Some subjects can be argued about until the sacred cows come home, but there is always someone still left who hasn’t grasped that they haven’t got a leg to stand on, and will keep attacking the official story. The official story is official, so that means it is true. To say otherwise should be NSFA.

Some things that should never be questioned include: 911, vaccinations, global warming, low fat diets, autism, democracy, water fluoridation and anything in Wikipedia.



http://www.frot.co.nz/design/sift/conspiracies/

Being offensive


There are certain subjects that should never be encountered by any civilized American. Like money, religion, politics, or going to the bog (restroom) to take a massive dump. These subjects are cheap, unchristian, and politically incorrect…






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Statistics such as: 66 percent of all Americans are considered to be overweight, the U.S. has never gone a decade without war, Americans watch 4 hours and 42 minutes of television PER DAY on average, doctors in the United States write more than 250 million prescriptions for antidepressants each year, and the United States has the most laws of any country.

Pfft, the way you typed that almost came off like they were bad. I took a deep breath, realized you were jesting and luckily avoided a

REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

moment.

66 percent of all Americans are considered to be overweight

We call that being big boned.

the U.S. has never gone a decade without war

Its called saving the world for muh freedom

Americans watch 4 hours and 42 minutes of television PER DAY on average

Don be hatin cause we have the best entertainment.

doctors in the United States write more than 250 million prescriptions for antidepressants each year

Which makes us the happiest people to ever live

the United States has the most laws of any country

And the largest police force and prison system prolly to enforce them. So take dat.

But you knew all that which was what prompted your jesting.

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LOL - I'm having an American pride week!

You forgot the H-word.

It is now banned on f-c-book and discouraged on Twatter.
We are definitely living in clown world.

Honk

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Maybe we should give up language!
Yeah, if we did that, then no one would be offended... right?

I don't think the snowflakes in this country outnumber the politically incorrect....but they are so freaking LOUD and OPINIONATED and apparently run the media so it makes the rest of us look like giant whiny pussies.