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Technological advances have given us the ability to make some family portraits extra special

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I can't even place the very first moment I heard of it, but I was in my very early teens when the internet started "happening."

By the time I was 20 we didn't know what we'd do without it, and that was before social media like Facebook was even created.

I say that because I really try to imagine in my mind living in the world without any of it, which is only possible because the first third of my life was that way. In some ways it seems nice to me, like life would be less...noisy.

And then I see something like this and it all gets thrown right out the window.

Found at The Meta Picture

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We shouldn't hold people accountable for being "young and dumb," but this is an exception...

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Some moron (from the left) will undoubtedly see this and interpret it as cheering for Putin and thinking being in the KGB is a great thing.

That's not what this is, only a mental midget would see it that way.

Where these three men were in their lives at 23 years of age explains who they are today. I don't need to go down the line to elaborate, this graphic explains itself.

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Sure a picture says 1000 words, but this one really only brings 6 to mind...

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Yes, voter ID laws do disenfranchise voters, Democrats are just lying (and mad) about WHO is getting left out...

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Honestly, I have been and continue to be beside myself when liberals I know oppose such a fundamental way to "true the vote." Only two types of people oppose voter ID, stupid people and people who WANT TO CHEAT.

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24 graphics and memes that could be considered the "crazy test" for America

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A liberal blog surmising why the media always covers CPAC (Conservative Political Action Conference) to the point of obsession described the conference (and conservatives) as "These f***ing people are delivering crazy to the crazy."...

LOL...oooooookay!

There are thousands upon thousands of graphics out there, but I rounded up 24 that make arguments against liberals or for conservatism that no reasonable person would deem "crazy."

In fact, only crazy people (liberals) would disagree with them...

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Here's the problem with liberals trying to regulate the world into utopia...

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From Bastiat Institute

Lao-Tzu (AKA Lao-Tze) was an ancient Chinese philosopher. The full quote is just as interesting and insightful:

The greater the number of laws and enactments, the more thieves and robbers there will be. Therefore the Sage says: "So long as I do nothing, the people will work out their own reformation. So long as I love calm, the people will right themselves. If only I keep from meddling, the people will grow rich. If only I am free from desire, the people will come naturally back to simplicity."

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Guess what's in Grumpy Cat's litterbox? Exactly what you should expect to find!

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Granted in spite of Hollywood's politics there are some actors in this shot I do like.

Still, this is freakin' perfect. HUGE kudos to whoever thought of this.

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The three words that always follow the redistribution of wealth

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If you need just one reason to choose conservatism over liberalism, this would be it...

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When I was in college I printed this quote from a word document and then pinned it to my wall.

I can think of no better reason to be motivated by conservative ideals than the reason so eloquently stated here.

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