Pictures:  Context Edition

By | December 10, 2023

[December 10, 2023]  I’m a little late posting today.  I spent most of the morning in the Veterinary Clinic ER with my dog Bella.  She is okay, but I have a few hours of cleaning my house carpet.  Today, I’ll post photos and memes that make fun of the three stooges claiming to be Ivy League presidents (one has already resigned from “her” position).

If I had been in their shoes, I would not have tiptoed through the genocide tulips or smirked at Congress trying to question me.  But, alas, that’s just me.  I also would not have said advocacy for the genocide of Jews is acceptable free speech.  I don’t know anybody that is so dumb.  Wait, these women are highly educated.  But I digress.  A shout out to PowerLineBlog for many of these.




And now a photo from this morning.  Bella is doing fine.


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25 thoughts on “Pictures:  Context Edition

  1. Eddie Gilliam

    A picture says a thousand words.
    The words can be you are having a wonderful time and great day. It can say you are lying. It can say you are not interested. You are mad.
    The question I love to learn you with is at the beginning of the day what did your picture say. Now at the end of your day what did your picture say

  2. Army Captain

    Great list of memes, especially those stupid Ivy League presidents that don’t know genocide, even when they see it in front of their faces. Moral Corruption at its most visible.

  3. Pen Q

    It’s funny. After years of American “higher education” circling the drain, it took just a few minutes of Congressional testimony–a brief look into the tortured minds of American leftists–to open a great many eyes. Better late than never.

  4. Emma Archambeau

    Gen. Satterfield, I laughed my a$$ off reading thru these photos. I esp. liked the one with UPenn ex-president Liz Magill being supported by Hamas. You know., It’s the context. hahahahaahaha

  5. Mr. T.J. Asper

    WOW, I would like to see more of these. I’ll put these into my High School class presentations and watch for their reactions. Those in my math classes are the better kids. It’s those in social studies that are the crazies and have been indoctrinated.

    1. Max Foster

      Good to have you bringing sanity to school. The testimony of Magill along with that of Harvard president Claudine Gay and MIT president Sally Kornbluth brought home the message that the world of higher education has become an enemy of truth, justice, and the American way. The saturation of the institution of higher education by the ideology of DEI is the capstone of the process. But the same applies to just about every other major institution in American life — the national security establishment, the military, corporate America, the press, the media at large, and public education from kindergarten on. If there is an exception, it doesn’t come to mind offhand. We need a plan of action like the one that won the Cold War, which we actually seem to have lost on the home front.

  6. Adolf Menschner

    👀 Best dog ever 👀

    1. Under the Bridge

      This is why this website is so popular and read by folks from all walks of life. If you are new here, i would also recommend that you get yourself copies of the two books that Gen. Satterfield wrote and read them (also leave a comment on Amazon). The links are at the end of each article. You will be happy you made that choice.

  7. Stacey Borden

    Some of the words are hard to read, but this is great. Been a long time since Gen. Satterfield produced memes for us to laugh at. Oh, for us to laugh at stupid people like the presidents of Harvard, MIT, and UPenn (ex-UPenn). Great article.

    1. Forrest Gump

      Best leadership site on the web. Oh, and those three presidents should NOT resign. They should be fired and perp walked off campus. But our higher ed institutions are so corrupt morally that they will not do it because …. because they still believe what the idiots did in their testimony. Nothing like them walking back their comments after being so smug in front of Congress. How’d that work out for you?

      Stupid is as stupid does!


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