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Celebrity OCD Olympics Politics

Politics Ecard with text: I'm sure we will be friends, no matter who you vote for, even if your candidate wins the election and destroys the global economy.
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about this card: capitol idea | Whenever people say to me "I don't like to discuss politics" I always assume they're just being polite about being politically clueless and inviting me to instruct them on what to believe. This would probably be an unsound approach if I wasn't really good at understanding the universal truths of the world. I'm also good at understanding social-cues, puzzles and collecting wasps in jars.
Topical Ecard with text: I don't know what scares me more - International Terrorism, or that 46% of American voters believe the world was created in six days.
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about this card: evolution | One of my daily challenges is the fact that I understand politics better than everybody else. I already know who will win the US election - some really rich Americans who live in Monaco and Switzerland. Normal Americans who live inside the United States won't fare so well, of course, but at least they'll get to have some interesting arguments among themselves at Thanksgiving.
Olympics Ecard with text: There is no point in watching Olympic-level shot put events because nothing interesting ever happens.
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about this card: shot put | I used to be quite the athlete back in high school though I had a far less restrained conception of 'competitive' than other students. I probably would have gone pro if the lawyers hadn't shown up talking legalese and waving restraining orders around. Forced into retirement early I guess. Doctors said that sport wasn't for me. Minor ankle injury and a penchant for lighting fires. Whatever.
Olympics Ecard with text: Synchronized Swimmers never drown during Olympic Events. And this means that God cannot possibly exist.
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about this card: synchronized swimming | There was a time when our troubled relationship with the International Olympic Committee still had a chance. In retrospect I think the turning point came when we showed them this card. 'Cause about ten seconds later one them threw a mango at me. Seriously, who does that? Some of those IOC guys can be really immature when confronted with Art.
Olympics Ecard with text: Never forget the real unsung heroes of the Olympic Games ... the scientists working tirelessly behind the scenes to create completely undetectable steroids.
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about this card: unsung heroes | So here's a tip: if you should ever find yourself at a dinner table with some senior IOC officials, don't mention the sentiments of today's wrongcard. They'll blither at you in fluent Belgian or Swiss (or whatever that jibber-jabber was), storm out and leave you with the check. Trust me: it's a good thing I can climb through bathroom windows.
Olympics Ecard with text: Finally, people who can only lift heavy objects get to have their day.
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about this card: weight-lifting | Before the complete breakdown in communication between Wrongcards and the International Olympic Committee (around the time our cards went from being the 'official' to 'unofficial' cards of the Games) we had the idea to make cards explaining each Event. The IOC didn't like it, of course, partisan and revisionist organization that they are...
Olympics Ecard with text: The sport we know as Greco-Roman Wrestling actually originated in certain notorious men's restrooms where one party simply wanted to use the bathroom.
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about this card: greco roman wrestling | You probably haven't heard but the Olympic Games start tomorrow. The Games can be a bewildering time for all of us; people you thought you knew well suddenly reveal they are experts on the topic of discus throwing, though you've never heard them mention discus before in their lives. And, all at once, water polo matters to people. Weird, right? Don't worry. I'll explain everything...
Celebrity Ecard with text: Nonsense letters with the byline that is from the collected writings of Ray Charles.
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about this card: ray | I'm one of the unlucky few who didn't receive any religious instruction as a kid, so I can't speak with any conviction about who goes to hell and who doesn't. So I just assume that hell is filled with people pointing at each other and saying they are going to hell. If I've learned anything from refusing to believe anything people say it is probably this: that heaven is for the heterodox.
Politics Ecard with text: I'm going to vote for one of the sock puppets on the television because the shouty man on the television said I should. The shouty man hates a lot of people. I'm glad he's my friend.
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about this card: shouty man | The American election process lasts about three years out of every four and costs roughly four bazillion dollars. Last time there was an election the Nobel Prize committee was so terrified of one of the candidates they gave away a peace prize to the other guy just for beating him. I've looked at your candidates and if you want my advice I think you should all learn how to grow your own food.
Politics Ecard with text: Yay! You get to vote! Pick from Candidates A or B. CANDIDATE A is really rich, and he'll work tirelessly to improve the lives of a few hundred people who own banks and international corporations.
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about this card: voting | It's voting time in the US and there have been some requests for some election coverage here. The only problem is that, well, voting is a deeply divisive issue. Some are in favor of voting, others are against, and some are in favor of voting hundreds of times. I'd only do the latter if the bloke has particularly nice hair.
Topical Ecard with text: Jesus. Meat Industry Lobbyist.
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about this card: transubstantiation | I've never known much about religion. I guess I'm agnostic because I don't want to wind up having to look surprised. Sadly, having a foot in both camps just means everyone feels obligated to preach at you. Today's card is about the Eating of the Eucharist. It's my way of coping with being recently told that it's not a biscuit.
Topical Ecard with text: We can argue all day whether or not God gets high, but I think the evidence is clear.
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about this card: evidence | I never like to hear people arguing about religion because that means they're not sitting there listening attentively to me. Everyone has a different approach to religious debate. Mine is to scream: That Is Anathema! until everyone leaves. I guess it's important to win.