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Early in the morning of March 14, famed technologist Elon Musk made waves on Twitter by posting his Ukrainian-themed “I support the current thing” meme. As controversial memes are wont to do, off it happily galloped into the land of virality. Memes are fascinating vessels of comic content but what makes them especially special is that they are also containers of truth.




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Lauren Reiff

Lauren Reiff

Writer of economics, psychology, and lots in between. laurennreiff@gmail.com

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