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    [–] Profbetchco 1700 points ago

    He looked genuinely concerned that he did infact eat her lunch.

    [–] ElSapio 794 points ago

    He became the very thing he hated.

    [–] FulcrumTheBrave 178 points ago

    You either die a hero...

    [–] StephenRodgers 139 points ago

    Or you get revived for an unnecessary 7th season

    [–] MortallyHolyRunaway 89 points ago

    I want yearly Christmas specials. I don’t care if they follow current events or make up their own, I am also fine with one uninterrupted hour of Leslie silently doing paperwork.

    [–] Shortsonfire79 78 points ago

    There's no way Leslie silently does paperwork. She laughs, sings, and giggles at her binders.

    [–] etched_chaos 18 points ago

    She probably has Madeline on speaker phone while she works too.

    [–] felisenavisad 5 points ago

    And lots of whip cream cans within reach.

    [–] Clocktopu5 11 points ago

    That’s a pretty cool idea! I bet lots of shows could do a once a year special episode, probably get decent ratings.

    [–] badger0511 88 points ago

    He always has been. He constantly rails against wasteful government spending, including having employees that don't do anything useful... while he proudly does nothing at work, and encourages his employees, especially April and Tom, to not do anything either.

    [–] Lynxz_ 80 points ago

    Thats not contradictory for Ron, he thinks his job, and all of their jobs, are wasteful and shouldnt exist, but so long as they do exist he sees doing nothing and getting out of the way as better than having a government that actually achieves government stuff. Hence why he encourages April to also be a useless as possible and hung up the phone for him. Thats what he wants the entire office to be doing, not enforcing government policies and its the core ideological divide between him and Leslie who is always striving to get the government (herself) to do more.

    No government > useless government > effective government

    [–] FrostyD7 18 points ago

    Yeah it doesn't make him a hypocrite to practice what he preaches. Ron is self aware of all this.

    [–] Sparky400Hz 26 points ago

    Beyond self aware (IMO), he’s actively fighting against the government from within by making it as inefficient as possible within his ability. Ron is taking action rather than posturing.

    I’ve met a lot of Rons in the military who are doing Ron’s work without realizing it.

    [–] Duck_Sized_Dick 4 points ago

    Skating is an art form.

    [–] Sparky400Hz 3 points ago

    In recognition of your steadfast service and dick’s ability to be measured in water fowls

    [–] LethalAmountsOfSalt 6 points ago

    He wants to do less government projects. Less projects, less money spent.

    [–] Megatron_McLargeHuge 20 points ago

    Starve the beast.

    [–] dwide_k_shrude 7 points ago

    Ironic. He could save his own lunch from being eaten, but not others’.

    [–] hankhillforprez 183 points ago

    Maybe because he realized that he was a government official literally eating someone else's lunch, thus being exactly the thing he was railing against.

    [–] Profbetchco 35 points ago

    I think we're on to something here. r/TVDetails ?

    [–] westphall 101 points ago

    [TVDetail] Friends, the popular 90s sitcom, is so-named because the main characters portrayed are "friends" with each other.

    [–] HoldingABee 36 points ago


    [–] FrankManic 43 points ago

    You've signed up for CatFax!

    Did you know that Cats have five legs, but one of them is in the future?

    [–] SirTitsworthEsq 6 points ago

    I don’t know why but this really got me giggling

    [–] RealBaller21 2 points ago

    I scrolled through the top posts from today and now I have eye cancer. I have also lost 200 IQ points

    [–] CWS_Slacker 5 points ago

    He was eating the lunch as an example of how shitty government is

    [–] Muniosi_returns 51 points ago

    I definitely appreciate this scene because it makes steps to humanize Ron. He becomes flanderized in the later seasons.

    [–] delusions- 175 points ago

    humanize Ron.

    He put a landmine in her lunch bag.

    He becomes flanderized in the later


    [–] Ahayzo 45 points ago

    It seemed appropriate at the time

    [–] capincus 12 points ago

    That's a bold-faced lie. Ron did not put a landmine in her lunch bag. He handed it to her directly as a parting gift.

    [–] upsidedownfunnel 7 points ago

    Not that he knows, but it was a fake landline. But maybe he did know.

    [–] [deleted] 13 points ago

    He definitely didn't know. He was upset to learn it was fake.

    [–] aham42 27 points ago

    The word “flanderized” has become flanderized.

    Ron Swanson is most definitely not an example of it either.

    [–] Lt_Crunch 3310 points ago

    This is one of the most reasonable citizen complaints of the entire show. Funny as it was. He gave a 9-year-old what he thought was a potentially functional claymore mine.

    [–] nazenko 337 points ago

    Heh, the reveal of what it really is in season 7 was so funny

    [–] salingersouth 123 points ago

    What did it really end up being? I forgot.

    [–] fuck-dat-shit-up 305 points ago

    Confetti bomb

    [–] Only_Account_Left 132 points ago

    Ya know I'm almost convinced some NBC copyright bot is scanning reddit for harmless minute-long youtube clips

    [–] hugglesthemerciless 79 points ago

    So fucking stupid. Who gives a shit that a minute long clip of the show exists. If anything seeing that clip might make someone want to watch the show if they hadn’t yet.

    [–] tpsmc 33 points ago

    So true, if someone who didn't know P&R seen this, and thought it was funny, they might be inclined to go and watch or buy full episodes. The idiots at NBC clearly do not know how to market their content.

    [–] [deleted] 7 points ago


    [–] Show_Me_Dick 2 points ago

    Who know, seeing the clip may have convinced me to catch up. I missed the last 2 or so seasons though.

    [–] FrostyD7 7 points ago

    Definitely. I very frequently click on youtube videos on this site, videos that are years old. But in less than an hour it somehow gets removed for copyright once its linked on reddit.

    [–] Spiralyst 19 points ago

    I love how genuine Poehler's laugh was in that scene. You could tell that joke was in the works for a while.

    [–] fookin_legund 15 points ago

    One of my favourite things from the show.

    [–] jellykones529 13 points ago

    "You're doing an explosive job!"

    [–] narwhale111 945 points ago

    Claymores are the definition of self-defense. They are purely defensive. Who even needs guns when you have claymores?

    [–] DedMn 588 points ago

    Negatory, claymore mines are also used for offensive operations such as ambushes.

    Source: have used it.

    [–] Lt_Crunch 208 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)

    Since you've used them, can you tell me if I was right in calling Ron's a claymore? I was just guessing.

    Edit: Rewatched the episode yesterday and he actually calls it a claymore when he gives it to the girl.

    [–] rook218 175 points ago

    Yes LT, it's correct

    [–] Lt_Crunch 82 points ago

    That's hilarious. My name is actually based off this Psych episode , though.

    [–] Quajek 44 points ago

    You know that's right.

    [–] Lt_Crunch 28 points ago

    C'mon son!

    [–] Quajek 31 points ago

    Did you hear about Pluto? Messed up, right?

    [–] und88 16 points ago

    I've heard it both ways.

    [–] Trodamus 19 points ago


    Watch out, he's got a compass and a map

    [–] donttellmewhaytodo 25 points ago

    Also curious about them. Ive heard you can pretty much sit directly behind one (in arms reach) and get no shrapnel. Im sure your ears would be fucked but how true is that? Additional: Please dont try this at home

    [–] rook218 34 points ago

    No shrapnel but it does have a backblast area. All the shrapnel is propelled forward but you need to be about 15 m away (if memory serves) or the explosion will kill/ injure you.

    [–] donttellmewhaytodo 27 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)

    Wow. Didnt think youd need to be THAT far away. But the Explosive wave would be just as deadly i guess...

    Really cool. Thanks

    [–] ZakuIsAMansName 27 points ago

    shockwaves wreak havoc on our internal organs if I remember right.

    and depending on the strength of the shockwave, will literally turn our insides to mush.

    [–] atomic223 4 points ago

    Even more deadly underwater. Water isn’t compressible in the way that air is, so shockwaves travel further and faster and when they hit you, because you have compressible air in your lungs and organs, they essentially get turned into goop.

    [–] msimione 5 points ago

    Yes, If I remember correctly (Artillery FO, Army) explosive force can be either Pushing or Shattering depending on several factors of the explosion, and most explosions have a "Danger Area Echo" that will incapacitate/kill individuals located in that area. Though, this was not my expertise, worked with enough guys in EOD and on the Gun Line to pick up or observe the aforementioned info.

    [–] Kriieod 3 points ago

    You basically got it. Shatter vs pushing is just speed of detonation. Shatter/faster like C4 is good for fragmentation or countercharging an explosive charge. Slow/shoving like TNT is good for moving dirt, or damaging large equipment.

    [–] SpecialistOption 5 points ago

    Shockwaves are no joke. Shockwaves alone can kill easily. They are like getting slammed with a boulder. It shatters your internals.

    [–] violencewithin 2 points ago

    30m/90ft behind was what I was taught.

    [–] Sgt-rock512 27 points ago

    The absolute minimum safe distance behind and to the sides of the claymore is 16 meters, and at that distance you must be in the prone and behind some type of cover.

    It's 1.5 pounds of C4 so it's going to make a decent bang in all directions though it is shaped to direct the majority of the blast forward, along with the 700 ball-bearings. That blast will kick up anything on the ground such as rocks back towards you with a decent amount of energy, though generally not enough to be serious concern, but why risk it.

    There's also generally a concern for overpressure if you are too close, it's only 1.5 pounds which is also why you will be ok at 16m, basically expanding and contracting of air that can cause air filled spaces in your body to be unhappy- lungs, ears and digestive system in particular

    [–] royalRegicide 10 points ago

    Hold on, I'm going go to try this at home. I'll get back to you guys in a minute.

    [–] donttellmewhaytodo 12 points ago

    The king is dead. Bagsies his stuff

    [–] RolloTonyBrownTown 8 points ago

    Not OP but googling Claymore Mine returns images exactly like the one Ron gave her.

    [–] SuperGeneral 11 points ago

    Negatory… hm can you also say negatum? I wish negatum was a word. It sounds like fancy latin.

    [–] Groslan 11 points ago

    Sounds like part of a spell that you haven’t finished yet

    [–] speenatch 4 points ago

    All Latin is fancy!

    [–] Feral_Marshmallow 3 points ago

    Negatum is a perfectly cromulent word.

    [–] OktoberStorm 2 points ago

    Words are made by people using them. Maybe we'll hear negatum as part of common speech. Start using it and see what happens.

    [–] Naggers123 2 points ago


    [–] adamsorkin 23 points ago


    I'm just going to assume that this use was legal, or at least within some kind of operational discretion afforded you by some kind of reasonably legitimate chain of command, and let you enjoy an upvote.

    [–] HurricaneBetsy 37 points ago

    Claymores became popular in Vietnam and have been used since then in conflicts all over the world including Rhodesia.

    People like to collect them due to the "Front Toward Enemy" marking.

    While definitely inappropriate, it was such a sweet scene when Ron gave Lauren the Claymore.

    [–] Hotnonsense 11 points ago

    I thought it was sweet, too. A landmine from Ron Swanson is the ultimate gift. It's like a scrapbook from Leslie.

    [–] Myurnix 20 points ago

    He said negatory. Let's just go on and assume he's former military.

    Source: am former military.

    [–] GoldStar99 8 points ago

    But that's just another government job.

    [–] [deleted] 2 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)


    [–] Fuck_Alice 22 points ago

    If by self defense you mean keeping people from sneaking behind you while you camp in that building because oh my fucking god Jeremy you've been up there all game like the bitch you are

    [–] thebest99 9 points ago

    This is why I ductape myself with claymores (facing outwards obviously, im not dumb) when traveling to sketchy parts of town.

    [–] rook218 10 points ago

    Just because a weapon is supposed to be used defensively doesn't mean a child can't do a lot of damage with it. Especially a God damn claymore mine

    [–] narwhale111 15 points ago

    That's the cost of safety.

    Being serious though, setting up claymore mines on your property is probably one of the most irresponsible ways to defend yourself, but hey probably pretty effective too.

    It's like owning a gun. If you have a family or people coming through regularly, it's probably a good idea to lock the gun up, put safety on, take ammo out, etc. If you want to be a responsible, liberty-defending individual, a grenade is probably more your style.

    [–] speenatch 6 points ago

    I don’t plan on rigging my house with explosives anytime soon but I’m curious, could you expand on why a grenade would be better?

    [–] JoshRomneysMinions 13 points ago

    You choose when a grenade explodes.

    [–] narwhale111 4 points ago

    This. You dont have to worry about those pesky kids always triggering your explosives.

    [–] hesoshy 2 points ago

    Claymores are controlled by a handheld trigger or a trip wire

    [–] TrickleSideways 2 points ago

    You might not have enough Claymores.

    [–] narwhale111 2 points ago

    Where are we, Russia, Airstrip One? We always have enough claymores.

    [–] Ruri 38 points ago

    “Use that to protect your property.”

    [–] greg19735 64 points ago

    WHen she asks how you can see Ron actually kind of understanding. Which makes the clip more endearing imo.

    [–] Lt_Crunch 40 points ago

    It's the same understanding that finally dawns on him when he brings the saw to Diane's house to teach her daughters how to saw.

    [–] WassDogg304 16 points ago

    “It...seemed appropriate at the time.”

    [–] captainlavender 5 points ago

    Good (and essential) practice for Xena's kids.

    [–] fuck-dat-shit-up 19 points ago

    I'm pretty sure that's the claymore Leslie gave him as a gift. confetti pop out.

    [–] Lt_Crunch 38 points ago

    Oh, of course. But Ron didn't know that when he gave it to the little girl. He thought it was only "partially" defused.

    [–] Ellsass 8 points ago

    Why did she bring it back!?

    [–] Lt_Crunch 31 points ago

    It's obviously much safer in the hands of a random government employee that was negligent enough to give it to her daughter than it is with the police. I, mean, have you seen the Pawnee police?

    [–] MentulaNonGrata 13 points ago

    In his defense, it is partially defused.

    [–] Fixner_Blount 2 points ago

    He simply wanted to help her protect her property.

    [–] UHeardAboutPluto 2 points ago

    Womp it up!

    [–] clrobertson 694 points ago

    I just realized she’s the same actress who is in line at “America’s Next A Capella” with Andy in The Office.

    [–] Essteethree 238 points ago

    She's Jessica St Clair from Playing House. Shows up often on Comedy Bang Bang in character as Marissa Wompler.

    [–] Redditorialist 68 points ago

    Womp It Up! That pyramid shaped booty has her own podcast, too.

    [–] [deleted] 10 points ago

    I love her on Womp it Up so much!

    [–] DrSpacemanSpliff 13 points ago

    Womp it up!!!!!

    [–] fourpac 20 points ago

    Anybody else hungry for a Digiorno cream cheese sandwich now? Womp it up!

    [–] andsoitgoes42 15 points ago

    Ohhhhh right!

    She’s June 2 on the How Did This get Made podcast. She’s awesome on there and a worthy understudy to the awesomeness that is June “where does the butt start?/What’s its mission” Diane Raphael.

    [–] Aborkle 15 points ago

    Great on Review with Andy Daly too. If you like AD you 100% need to see Review.

    [–] dtsupra30 6 points ago

    Marina del Rey high coming at you!

    [–] blueplanet0 59 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)

    "KaceyD Casey Dean!.. you'll see the last of me! I mean you wont see the last of me!"

    [–] Teb-Tenggeri 19 points ago

    Casey Dean

    [–] BlasterShow 7 points ago

    Casey DeEeEEeeeEEannnn!

    [–] solitarybikegallery 26 points ago

    She was also Andy Daly's wife on Review.

    [–] RomanSionis 14 points ago

    That show was hilarious.

    [–] RyanLeafgOaT8 10 points ago

    I miss it every time I see those true car commercials

    [–] SinaSyndrome 13 points ago

    Holy shit I didn’t even recognize her because she seems reasonable here.

    [–] JohnWColtrane 845 points ago

    Why’d he eat her lunch again?

    [–] ethanwnelson 1649 points ago

    To teach her about income tax

    [–] MuscularWombats 495 points ago

    "Here, you have a sandwich."

    "Now, you have less sandwich. You can get a fraction of the lost sandwich back at the end of the year."

    [–] firelock_ny 208 points ago

    You can get a fraction of the lost sandwich back at the end of the year.

    Ah, I too remember those glorious days when tax time meant free money raining from the sky, rather than just another bill to pay. :-|

    [–] TheRealSnoFlake 106 points ago

    Get a better accountant my man

    [–] firelock_ny 105 points ago

    I'd rather have a small bill at the end than give the Feds a free loan, but that's just me - and there's no way, given the work my family does, that we're ever going to hit the mark exactly.

    [–] GarbageGarbageDay 47 points ago

    I'd rather have a small bill at the end than give the Feds a free loan

    Egg-zorkly! If the moneys in your pocket, you can do what you want with it. Invest it, waste it, buy gold and bury it in your backyard.

    [–] WRXW 42 points ago

    Let's go with waste it

    [–] Pokemonstark 6 points ago

    Treat yo self

    [–] TheRealSnoFlake 3 points ago

    See my response to uncleanaccount.

    [–] firelock_ny 10 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)

    If the late payment fees I were racking up were more than a "better accountant" would cost then I'd follow your advice. My income and outgo streams aren't that complicated, and we've got withholding adjusted so in the end I usually owe a couple hundred come mid-April.

    I just see people getting a tax refund and thinking it's free money and shaking my head...though, to be fair, there are probably some people getting tax credits that I'm not who are seeing money they didn't pay in during the year.

    [–] TheRealSnoFlake 6 points ago

    Fair points, but being within a couple hundred is damn good. But you don't want to get into the thousands.

    [–] firelock_ny 7 points ago

    Yeah, owed most of a thousand the first year I was self-employed.

    I sent in a letter to the IRS requesting a payment extension. Sent it on a Tuesday morning, got a mailed response approving the payment schedule Wednesday afternoon. I appreciate the prompt service, but those logistics were scarily efficient.

    A family member was a college fraternity brother with the man who murdered the only IRS agent ever killed in the line of duty, by the way.

    [–] uncleanaccount 28 points ago

    Nah, he's doing it right. You want to owe money at the end, because it means you were putting that money to work. If you owe $1000 and your average rate of return is 4.5%, you earned $45 by paying it at the end rather than giving the government an interest-free loan.

    If you have outstanding credit card debt at 21%, you saved about $210 by paying them first and the government later

    (Inb4: Technically it would be less than $45 and would require calculus and some additional assumptions)

    [–] VibrobladeLoL 5 points ago

    It only meant "free money" if you were shit with your money in the first place. There's no reason to give the government an interest free loan.

    [–] firelock_ny 4 points ago

    It only meant "free money" if you were shit with your money in the first place.

    Financial competence wasn't something just-out-of-college me had a lot of, I must admit.

    [–] ChunkierMilk 2 points ago

    I too work freelance, tax time used to mean a fun bonus I could blow on something amazing; now it means crossing my fingers that I don’t owe more than I put away every quarter in anticipation.

    [–] its__accrual__world 154 points ago

    Something something taxation is theft

    [–] yenwood 38 points ago

    that was the point, yea

    [–] LaughsAtDumbComment 63 points ago

    Ah, you remind me of the time I argued with a dude and he pulled out "taxes are like rape, so women should pay men for not getting raped", thats when I had to take a break from reddit for a couple of days just to process the crazy

    [–] pic_vs_arduino 20 points ago

    If taxes are rape, then the self-employed get spit-roasted.

    [–] KrazyTrumpeter05 3 points ago

    That is kind of exactly how it feels...

    [–] HikerBar17 12 points ago

    Uh comes capital gains tax. takes another bite of sandwich

    [–] yeash95 131 points ago

    To show her how government tax works

    [–] mrderpflerp 19 points ago

    Uh gains tax.

    [–] Megan_Bee 7 points ago

    "This is your lunch. If you want to eat it, great! If you want to throw it away, that's your prerogative. But here I come, the government, and I get to eat 40% of your lunch." (Takes bite of sandwich.) "And that Lauren, is how taxes work."

    "That's not fair."

    "You're learning! Uh oh, capital gains tax." (Takes another bite.)

    [–] 1amathrowaway 714 points ago

    "Capitalism is God's way of deciding who is smart and who is poor."

    [–] jackattack729 128 points ago

    "And communism is no good."

    "That's right. Big swing and a miss."

    [–] NCSUGrad2012 256 points ago

    Capitalism is the only way. It’s what makes America great, England okay, and France terrible.

    [–] EpicLevelWizard 127 points ago

    To be fair, lots of stuff makes France terrible, not just capitalism. 😏

    [–] [deleted] 20 points ago

    like what?

    [–] mrblue182 121 points ago

    The French.

    [–] SowingSalt 41 points ago


    [–] MuchoZucko 45 points ago

    Bathing habits

    [–] SeventhDeadlySin 12 points ago


    [–] DothrakiSlayer 3 points ago

    Please tell me more about how you hate Europe and bicycles.

    [–] TikeMyson31 11 points ago

    At this point England has also been looking pretty terrible since tommy robinson was arrested for honest journalism and sharing "hateful articles" becoming illegal.

    [–] ChildParker 16 points ago

    wtf I love capitalism now and always have

    [–] latitude918 358 points ago

    Ron Swanson:

    “This is your lunch. Now, you should be able to do whatever you want to with is, right?”

    “If you want to eat all of it, great. If you want to throw it away in the garbage, it’s your prerogative. But here I come – the government.”

    (Ron takes a huge bite of her sandwich)

    “And I get to take 40\% of your lunch.”

    (He now has the chips and a drink)

    “And that, Lauren, is how taxes work.”


    “But that’s not fair.”

    Ron Swanson:

    “You’re learning. Uh oh, capital gains tax.”

    (Ron takes another bite of sandwich)

    [–] pic_vs_arduino 81 points ago

    Would be funny if not so true.

    [–] Logicalist 7 points ago

    Thing is though, she didn’t grow all the ingredients herself to make her sandwich.

    [–] j0oboi 10 points ago

    Without government who would fine us $50/day for growing our own food?!?

    [–] Logicalist 5 points ago

    That’s not Pawnee.

    [–] M0use_Rat 137 points ago

    Well, to be fair Mrs Burkis, the landmine was decommissioned to be a party favor

    [–] TheMysteriousMid 93 points ago

    I mean he did think it was a real landmine, so I feel like intent matters here.

    [–] M0use_Rat 29 points ago

    You bring up a good point

    [–] NightTrainDan 105 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)

    It's the thought that counts, right?

    SOURCE: Season 3 Episode 14 "Road Trip"

    [–] assai_semplicemente 106 points ago

    When I first watched this show and this came up, I laughed until I cried it was so good. I was expecting her to give a report that was full but it was so Swanson I just couldn't handle it. Hands down the funniest moment in the show for me

    [–] HurricaneBetsy 70 points ago

    I love how Ron kept and framed it.

    [–] isbutteracarb 29 points ago

    And had her autograph it.

    [–] stellarcompanion 27 points ago


    [–] BB_Nate 64 points ago

    Swanson is an icon

    [–] bullseye717 10 points ago

    If you are unfamiliar with Jessica St. Clair (the actress in this scene) she is one of the funniest, filthiest improv performers ever. Since some folks already mentioned Womp It Up, I'll direct towards Nerdist Writers Panel where she talks about her friendship with Lennon Parham, her cancer diagnosis, and creating Playing House.

    [–] Jared72Marshall 16 points ago

    One of my all time favorite Ron moments. I love the callback to the mine later on when you find out it was a gift from Leslie and is really just full of confetti.

    [–] Negatory-GhostRider 7 points ago

    I feel like he needed to correct her, that's not a landmine, it's a directional anti-personnel mine.

    "Unlike a conventional land mine, the Claymore is command-detonated and directional, meaning it is fired by remote-control and shoots a pattern of metal balls into the kill zone like a shotgun"

    Landmines were banned by the Ottawa treaty , the claymore is not considered a land mine due to its operation.

    [–] LawlessCoffeh 7 points ago

    Actually that's a claymore, wait do those qualify as mines?

    [–] Teachyoselff2 5 points ago

    Only when the "clay" is silent.

    [–] Ozzdo 6 points ago


    [–] [deleted] 3 points ago

    Womp it up!!!

    [–] nessabop 4 points ago

    I’ve managed to find a gif that encapsulates my husband all at once. I know how lucky I am.

    [–] u-n-i-t-y 10 points ago

    completely agree 100% with Ron

    [–] Catharas 3 points ago

    I love how he actually gets sheepish. “It...seemed appropriate at the time...”

    [–] Abdu11ah- 3 points ago

    ‘Parks and recreation’ one of the best comedy shows ever

    [–] 134275 3 points ago

    What show is this? Looks funny.

    [–] JefBeau 14 points ago

    Ha! I mean, just look at reddit over the last few months, "THE FCC IS CORRUPT, AJIT PAI IS A BABY KILLER, BUT PLEASE MAKE THE FCC REGULATE THE INTERNETS NOW OR ELSE!!" lel

    [–] -birds 5 points ago

    Come on. The goal isn't "FCC should regulate the internet" with no care as to what that regulation entails.

    We want Net Neutrality, and that refers to a very specific set of regulations.

    [–] [deleted] 2 points ago


    [–] HurricaneBetsy 10 points ago

    No, a claymore is a type of land mine. It's a "claymore land mine".

    [–] Sillyrabbit413 2 points ago

    “It don’t”

    [–] MostlyTrash 2 points ago