A boring dystopia. That’s where we’re headed.
Not even a fun one with zombies or mutated talking animals.
Just the haves and have-nots getting further and further apart.
Here are some prime examples:
1. It went so far it doesn’t seem real anymore… But it is.
Reddit 2. Whoever made this billboard can shove it up their ass
Reddit 3. How are people even existing?
Reddit 4. We have reached gas prices they thought would be apocalyptic back in 2007 (I Am Legend)
Reddit 5. Capitalism reinventing itself — or so they say…
Reddit 6. Problem solved!
Reddit 7. Ah yeah heaven.
Reddit 8. Over 2,000 pounds of fresh pork being rejected by the walmart distribution center because the sell by dates occur when their stores are closed for Thanksgiving. This product will still be safe to eat for the next 15 days but they won’t even attempt to sell. This will end up in a dumpster today.
Reddit 9. Shame that nobody could erase this with the stroke of a pen, eh?
Reddit 10. What a time to be alive
Reddit 11. Glad critical medical care is being taken care of by private companies that definitely give a shit
Reddit 12. No subtlety anymore
Reddit 13. The fact that people have to prevent bullying for wearing a mask since masks have been politicized
Reddit 14. This year, give your special someone the gift of accessing the American healthcare system
Reddit 15. We make “too much” to qualify for free text books, so my kindergarten daughter’s PUBLIC SCHOOL is threatening to send us to collections and impose court and legal fees if we don’t pay for text books
Reddit 16. The military gets hundreds of billions of dollars a year, yet soldiers have to beg civilians for the right to call their families.
Reddit 17. This is Veterans Row. A 3 block homeless camp in West L.A. where homeless veterans live in.
Reddit 18. Baby Formula shortage
Reddit 19. My local small town grocery store is running out of food. Their main supplier shut down deliveries, due to a Covid outbreak among their whole workforce. My town is in trouble.
Reddit 20. Big banks using heavily edited John Stuart Mill Quotes in their advertising.
Reddit 21. daaamn, what a good ideea
Reddit 22. I hate it here…
Reddit 23. How is this legal?
Reddit 24. Walmart is selling “Support Local” shirts.
Reddit 25. A one month supply of my son’s new cystic fibrosis medicine. At $24,000, it’s the most expensive thing I’ve ever held in one hand.
Reddit 26. Seen in Brooklyn. This isn’t clever, Doordash. Just sad.
Reddit 27. Scumbag profiting off the formula shortage.
Reddit 28. This billboard like 100 ft off my college campus
Reddit 29. How is underpaid child labor legal?
Reddit 30. A company that charges $300 for insulin tells us to help each other.
Reddit 31. Do not enjoy meals during your 13 h shift
Reddit 32. Liberalism.jpg
Reddit 33. Wow.
Reddit 34. Aww you’ve been sexually harassed? Well Walmart is the REAL victim here
Reddit 35. Some non-Americans were surprised when I said our performance reviews hold sick days against us
Reddit 36. I think the fact that Texas Roadhouse employees are forced to wear this to work is very dystopian.
Reddit 37. Sums it up pithily
Reddit 38. Hospitals: Don’t forget to pay us $27 before visiting your loved one
Reddit 39. How long until we match this level of casual cruelty and turn against these motherfuckers?
Reddit 40. Free enterprise strikes again
Reddit 41. We don’t really care about leukemia, but if you give us a good review…
Reddit 42. Amazon employees who worked over 10 hours on Easter Sunday were ‘lucky enough’ to potentially win a $2 snack pack.
Reddit 43. reality is often disappointing
Reddit 44. Next!
Reddit 46. This was what Kaiser Permanente gave to their nurses to recognize them during nurses week.
Reddit 47. Good Job guys, BUT don’t touch, the food is just for show
Reddit 48. Forcing workers to come in during a category 4 hurricane.
Reddit 49. Taco Bell instructing its employees what they can and cannot say on the workers’ own social media