Black French Squirrel

Black French Squirrel_1

When this squirrel said “money is no object”, he was referring to the fact that most societies have moved beyond scarcity tracking, like the gold standard, and is using money to represent more abstract concepts like social obligation, power dynamics, and false inter-cultural valuations.

This squirrel would like to apologize for the misunderstanding.

Nile Crocodile

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Crocodiles have simple brains. The one only believes two things:

  1. The American economy is always strong because the system is designed to shift people out of the economy when they become too ill, old, or infirm to work, leaving them to live off of meager handouts or on the streets.
  2. It is useless to discuss changing the system because altering the economy would put too many people at risk of living off meager handouts or on the streets … and who in their right mind would want that?

King Vulture

King Vulture

This vulture has two questions:
1) Who would you kill in order to have a party?
2) Why would you want to party with that set of people?

Actually, he doesn’t care about #2, but he would like the addresses of all your friends.



This caiman takes issue with the phrase “American Experiment”. Experiments have a hypothesis, a testing plan, and a control group.

This is an “American Dithering with Explosions in.”