an illustrated guide to american personhood. #scotus #HobbyLobby pic.twitter.com/nYGatBJj8E
— Sarah Baker (@bakerbk) June 30, 2014
In case you're not thoroughly sick of the Hobby Lobby discussion (in which case, you may be glad — or appalled — to hear I'll soon return to that other dead horse, the recent Vatican document on the family), there's this: as David Badash reports for The New Civil Rights Movement today, the Supremes' Hobby Lobby ruling has sparked the creation of two new satirical hashtags at Twitter — #DrHobbyLobby and #BoycottHobbyLobby.
Dear #DrHobbyLobby, please forward my wife's medical records to @HobbyLobbyStore headquarters. I'm letting her get store credit card.
— Scott Wooledge (@Clarknt67) July 1, 2014
.@HobbyLobbyStore How can I tell if my co-worker is the good kind of Christian pregnant, or a can't-keep-her-legs-shut whore? #DrHobbyLobby
— Nina Bargiel (@slackmistress) July 1, 2014
#DrHobbyLobby, I'd like to craft something coarse and shaming to conceal my pubescent daughter's ladyparts. Should I crochet or latch-hook?
— Andrew Scott (@DrMaldoror) July 1, 2014
Well. It's better to laugh than cry sometimes. Isn't it?