I really, really don’t understand the minds behind this: I’m getting a bunch of messages from sniggering puerile slymepit types who have jumped on a hashtag bandwagon, #wherespzmyers. They’ve got a photo of my face photoshopped onto a plush doll, and then they photoshop that into various scenes.
Warning: the very first image that turned up at that link above is a smiling picture of me spliced into a graphic ISIS beheading photo.
I don’t quite get the point. Do they think I’ll be sitting here, crying “Oh, no…don’t photoshop my picture there! Boo hoo.” Is there sympathetic magic involved? Do they think I’ll get dizzy if they photoshop my effigy upside down? Or do they seek to impress with their amazing photoshop skills? (Hint: their photoshop skills aren’t particularly amazing. They could go back to MS Paint and do the same thing.) Or perhaps they’re just trying to express their contempt as shrilly as they can.
I suspect the latter, but I can only appreciate the fact that people who don’t like me — and really, I already knew you didn’t much care for me — are doing it in such a way as to make their own juvenile incompetence and tastelessness as prominent as possible. Keep it up!
By the way, it’s atheists doing this, which is the only part that hurts. I roused a great deal of hate from the Christian community a few years ago, and got a lot of angry screeds and people trying to tell me how wicked I was, but surprisingly, Bill Donohue did not draw cartoons of me and stick pins in it, and Ken Ham doesn’t smirk while pasting a photo of me in scenes of hellfire. I had to stir up atheists to truly see the depths of inanity possible in human beings.
Keep that in mind when you hear people wonder why anyone would want to associate with those amoral atheists.