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Save the Sarcasm! Stop the Serious Murder of Humorous Intent!

17 Signatures Goal: 100

An increased amount of seriousness of the internet is causing the death of more and more sarcasm ever day. Sarcasm used to run rampant, wild and free in the forums, living peacefully with human and anthro-cohabitants across many of the plains of the world wide web, but sadly, recent reports have shown that more and more of those who dwell in the information super highway have become filled with road rage, and now intentionally swerve to kill free roaming sarcasm whenever they see it. There's even impending legislation on the table in several forums and venues to petition to actively curtail the freedoms of these once magnificent free remarks, even so far as to removing them through force, and sometimes eliminating them without the need for relocation to another area. We as a people need to join forces, banding together to ask out loud "WHY SO SERIOUS?" and drive a movement to return to the fun loving ways of our youth. A time when people didn't get upset, or "butt-hurt" at every perceived slight that exists among the free roaming comments of the world wide communication infrastructure.

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    Harley Miller United States
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    Emily United States
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    TheRottenLeprechaun Norway
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    Jared Mcqueary United States
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    Aerial Best United States
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    Nick Soulsby United Kingdom
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