Reality is a JoJo reference.
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure may have debuted in 1987, but its unique sensibilities have always been ahead of its time.
Created by manga artist Hirohiko Araki, the long-running (still going strong after 23 years!) JoJo's Bizarre Adventure series is most easily described as a genre-fluid anthology that follows various members of the Joestar family bloodline across generations. But the premise of JoJo is almost besides the point.
Alison Roman came for Marie Kondo and Chrissy Teigen. The backlash tells us a lot about the state of our world under a racially oppressive capitalist system.
As with most cancellations, Alison Roman's is a nuanced issue that's more complex than it appears on the surface.
At best, it's a teachable moment—about cancel culture, about implicit bias, and about the capitalist systems that keep it all in place.
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Q-believers are finally beginning to doubt their infallible, anonymous source
If you believe the followers of the mysterious figure known as QAnon, all the elites of Hollywood and DC are implicated in an elaborate conspiracy to traffic children.
And none other than Donald Trump himself is working to take them down.