The New York Daily News is a very Left wing paper.

Remember they are the ones that published multiple front page images of the NRA president as a terrorist or blaming terrorist attacks on the NRA.

Well, today is the 50th Anniversary of the launch of Apollo 11.

This was the Tweet they sent out:


I didn’t know it was possible to get so much wrong in 140 characters while trying to be factual.

At least the moon landing conspiracy theorists get the name of the astronaut right.

Then it dawned on me.

The moon landing is one of the most heavily documented events in modern American history.  There are more books and documentaries about it than I can count.  Still, some New York Daily News staffer decides to shoot a Tweet from the hip and bumblefucks it.

So out there is some millennial staffer who, literally, everything he knows is wrong.  Just factually wrong.  And he thinks it’s right.  Right enough to send his wrongness out into the world unchecked.

Then there was this from a couple of days ago.  A millennial writer had a breakdown because her editor told her that hamster was spelled “hamster” and not “hampster” and the writer believed that her work was perfect without editing and that her way of spelling wasn’t wrong, just “creative.”

If you want to know why Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is why she is the way she is.  Why millennials love socialism and believe President Trump is literally the second coming of Hitler and detention centers are actual Nazi concentration camps.  Why politics has become so ridiculously stupid.

This is why.

We have a generation of kids who every thing they know is wrong.  Factually inaccurate wrong.

And they think they are right enough to publish their wrongness with authority.

The good news is that I have come up with a plan to fix our nation.

Knowing the millennials’ propensity for wrongness, we just need to spend the next year-and-a-half convincing the internet that election day for everyone born after 1989 is the second Tuesday following the second Monday in November, like how in college upperclassman registration is on a different day than freshman registration.

I figure with a concerted effort on social media, we can right this ship easy in 2020.



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By J. Kb

11 thoughts on “The New York Daily News inadvertently explains everything”
  1. I read the article on the spelling debacle.

    I would like to know the result – in particular, whether the sheltered daughter still has a job.

    And I would also bet she will be a long time finding a stable, deep, and happy relationship with anything further up the evolutionary chain than a gourami. (Who won’t mind if you spell their name gouwrami.)

    1. Apropos of “gourami”, I like Neil Smith’s insult along the same lines: “…with the IQ of a finely diced planarian”. That’s a reference to the fact that a flatworm (planarian) can be sliced into pieces and survive, each piece growing back into a full size worm.

  2. J, the dumber parts of millennial culture already have a solution.

    We just have to let aoc know that the time machine in area 51 will let her go back and ‘correct’ the outcome of the 2016 election. She and her squad will be crying outside the fence when the other morons storm the place.

  3. Admittedly it’s been 50 years, but I seem to remember Armstrong’s quote as “…one giant leap for mankind” not one giant step. Then again John Glenn may hav stowed away and used the “giant step” verbiage.

  4. If you’re putting out information for those born after 1989, you’re missing millenials and are into Gen Z.

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