Satire and sarcasm. It seems that not everybody got the joke yesterday. I thought I would be a lot further along in my life as a writer before I had to explain to people what satire is and how to recognize it. Sometimes writers use sarcasm and satire to point out absurdities that they notice. Unfortunately, even when a disclaimer goes out, this type of thought does not always translate well on paper. Often times people spout offensive stuff. When people read or hear such offensives their only natural reaction is to regurgitate something equally offensive. This is in an effort to get the attention of the original offender and show them the folly of their ways. The person who made the original post that I responded to will probably never read my response. I’m okay with that. He’s a self-absorbed, conservative, boring, delusional, airhead who wouldn’t get what I have to say anyway. For those of you who seem to have received a load of butt-hurt from my response to said airhead, I have only one thing to say. It was meant to be offensive and ridiculous. It was meant to be that way, for the sake of satire. Take a cue from the clues within the writing. Use your knowledge of other stuff I’ve written. As Obi Wan Kenobi would say “search your feelings…” It will become apparently obvious to you how I really feel. I don’t really feel the need to write much more on this subject so I’ll just leave you with this.