This is what the Internets have taught me this week:
One cannot trust anything on TV or pointless YouTube videos, but don't dare question anyone else's lying eyes.
Don't dare question anyone else's lying eyes with such paltry falsehoods like math.
Newtonian physics works the way we want it to work, because using math would be a lie.
Distrust of evidence is more 'truthy' than examining it. Skepticism has been turned on it's head.
Photoshop can do ANYTHING! Go Adobe!
Playing one's harmonica can bring joy (that's actually true.)
Requiring the acquisition of information is more nutty than letting people choose to get publicly beaten.
The Constitution is the best defense against what will never happen, unless it's the Constitutional mandate for a US postal service.
The Constitution is only "worth defending" to be followed if it makes the US money.
People died to give us the Second Amendment, but apparently not because of it.
Video Games are violent, evil and inflame our youth. There is no point in consulting the Constitution on that question ...
I could go on for hours. I won't. You can thank me later.