I am interested in joining due to the focus and exciting approach to discourse in the public space. Thanks for bringing something new to social media.
Second, I grew up on political satire and irony from the old Carry On and Monty Python TV and movies - add to this a dash of Blackadder and voila, here I am. A lover of irony, sarcasm and Jordan B Peterson. So I have an interesting perspective that is likely quite common for Canadians.
Third, I see that comedy and insight contribute to many people’s perception of reality … and until recently, politicians were concerned about the majority’s understanding of their ethics as a leader. Given developments in the USA’s political theatre, we all should give pause to consider how this came to pass.
Thus, fourth and finally, I am developing a fun, ironic, satirical card game that is challenging but has a moral message (this may offend others, so feel free to delete): “when you break the rules or play trump, there may be consequences.” Best of all, Super Trump can be beat by Ultimate Trump and Penultimate Trump (image of a lobster with claws raised up). Ah, the delicious
irony and sarcasm.
This is a long-winded introduction to my question: where, if anywhere, would this light-hearted, fun, poke-in-the-eye-of-political-correctness, topic best reside?