Tonight I was telling Barb about a Twitter conversation I got involved in with a soon to be Markley’s Law example. At some point Barb asked how long I have been doing the Markley’s Law Monday theme.

I looked it up and found the first Markley’s Law Monday was almost exactly three years ago. I’m not in any danger of ever running out of material.

I am reminded of a quote falsely attributed to Albert Einstein:

The difference between genius and stupidity is that genius has its limits.

No matter how often we point out that we have Supreme Court decision on our side and the best they have to offer are childish insults we probably will never run out of people demonstrating Markley’s Law. There is apparently an unlimited supply of those who insist that the right to keep and bear arms is not an inalienable, preexisting, human right guaranteed to be protected the Second Amendment but is instead a symbolic penis extension.


5 thoughts on “Anniversary

  1. “Genius may have its limitations, but stupidity is not thus handicapped.”
    Elbert Hubbard

  2. Was it PT Barnum who said, “There’s one born every minute” or was it someone else?

    Whoever did, the saying is applicable here. The inner 12 year old in any leftist will escape, rear up, and spout penis jokes in the belief they are funny or apt, even absent any provocation. To do so is inherent to their tolerant, non-judgmental, nuanced and unbiased way of thinking, as is (eventual) genocide of their opposition.

  3. “penis extension”
    The reason your site’s rank by search engine hits will suddenly skyrocket. 🙂

  4. If you can’t tell the difference between the two, you probably won’t employ either successfully.

    • I like Neil Smith’s observation: if you think the two are the same, what does it say about your desire to take people’s guns away?

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