Garland, by the way, is the Dallas suburb widely credited as being the inspiration for Arlen, the fictional suburb that was home to Hank Hill & Co. in Mike Judge's long-running series "King of the Hill."
|Imagine four used-car lots and a pawn shop just out of shot,|
and you've got Garland.
And of course their motives were totally pure and First Amendment and shit, because the venue where they held their event required them to spend $10,000 on private security in order to hold it. Because it's offensive to devout Muslims to portray Mohammad, but fuck that because we have tons of pictures of Jesus for the win.
|Behold, my niggas. Me bless America. Fuck yea verily.|
|Muhammad is so much stronger than the assholes|
who claim to worship him.
Anyway, two assholes are dead, after attacking a bunch of assholes who deliberately set out to be offensive to a religious community that has been nothing but peaceful and positive in the Dallas area.
I'm not really seeing a hero here.
But, like, god bless america for allowing people of differing faiths and cultures to act like fucking idiots, right?
Did I mention this whole story is about a bunch of assholes who claim to be on opposite sides but really are united by being assholes?
Whatever. I still think respecting people who are different from me is fine as long as they are respectful in their differences.
Which doesn't include trying to kill people, by the way.
I'm not from Texas.
Just putting that out there.