Category: Shareables

This YUGE font generator lets you write like Trump

“I WANT NOTHING. I WANT NOTHING,” US President Donald Trump wrote in a note addressing US Ambassador Gordon Sondland’s impeachment testimony. “I WANT NO QUID PRO QUO.” The note has since been elevated to the kingdom of memes, and thanks to this new font generator — you can keep on meme’ing. The tool practically lets you type anything in Trump’s own handwriting. It’s also stylized after the same Aboard Air Force One notepad Trump uses. Once you’re done typing, you can download the image and post it wherever you want. If that’s not your thing, you might be interested in downloading…

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These songs inspired by Trump’s handwritten quid pro quo defense are peak Twitter

The Twitter-verse is alive with the sound of music that was inspired by the most unusual of lyricists: US President Donald J. Trump. Earlier this week the embattled number 45 put on one of the strangest performances of his presidency as he spoke to media outside the White House. Starring as both narrator and lead, the President acted out what it might look like if he directly responded to inquiries raised by US Ambassador Gordon Sondland during the ongoing impeachment hearings. It has to be seen to be believed, here’s a video from C-SPAN: But if you’re not able to…

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We finally know where Rick (from Rick and Morty) stands on the Intel vs AMD debate

Wubba lubba dub duuuub! Rick and Morty‘s back for its fourth season, peeps — and we finally known where Rick stands on the AMD vs Intel debate. Spoiler: he’s more of an AMD guy. In the latest episode (“The Old Man and the Seat”), we get a glimpse at Rick’s computer system (one of his many, we assume) as he performs a procedure he describes as “reverse digestion extrapolation” — a less scientific term to label it would be shit analysis. In the process, Rick boots up his system, which gives us a peek at his configuration. Okay, so here are…

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