If I can’t see it, it isn’t there.

Somebody at Yale got offended by a stylized blunderbuss on an old statue. So they fixed the statue.

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Thank heaven some brave soul did that. A student or faculty member might have seen that, been triggered, and melted all over the sidewalk. Would have made a terrible mess.

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4 Responses to If I can’t see it, it isn’t there.

  1. M says:

    Stole it, love it, Comments – lol

  2. Andrew says:

    What about the weapon of mass destruction the poor native American first nation ex-Asian mother-loving Gaia warrior is carrying? Why didn’t his weapon system be covered up?

  3. Robert says:

    At least the defacement, I mean “fix”, is reversible.

    Andrew: I’m sure the bow was for purely defensive purposes way back when. Right?

  4. Joel says:

    At least the defacement, I mean “fix”, is reversible.

    So they claim. I wouldn’t necessarily be comforted by the claim, though it doesn’t look as if this particular sculpture is exactly Laocoön so nobody’s gonna care anyway.

    I’m sure the bow was for purely defensive purposes way back when. Right?

    All natural, carbon-neutral and recyclable as well. Besides, wielded by a virtuous aboriginal resident. Probably made donations of maize and sacred herbs to Moms Demand Attention.

To the stake with the heretic!