Skip to comments.What Is the ‘NPC’ Meme? Liberals Rage at Cartoons Mocking Their Scripted Thoughts
Posted on 10/16/2018 11:04:06 AM PDT by DeathBeforeDishonor1
The new NPC meme mocks leftists by depicting them as unthinking and reflexive automatons. The meme has upset the left so much that Twitter is now banning people posting it for dehumanizing speech, but its humble origins are the computer-controlled characters of limited intelligence found in most video games.
The popular NPC meme trend frames its targets as non-player characters (NPCs) who reflexively spout neo-Marxist axioms in response to real-world events. Actual NPCs are computer-controlled characters in video games with limited scripted responses given the parameters of the games in which they appear. For example, NPCs may assign quests to the player in games like Skyrim, or join the player as a companion in Fallout.
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Let the butthurt and salty tears flow.
NPCs don’t have page faults as shown in the one pic. What actually happens is a pseudo random selection from a collection of phrases such as - “Hey ho, hey ho...”
I like this one, but it is more creepy than funny.
This is hilarious!
The article quotes someone as saying, “That this has resonated as widely as it has is funny, but also a little scary.”
Things resonate widely when they’re perceived to be true.
Much-deserved ridicule . . . Dilly dilly . . . let the ridicule continue!!!!
Bless their little hearts.
Could do the same sort of cartoon with multiethnic smiley faces. “Many colors. Many genders. One party line.”
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And yet Twitter tolerates far worse when it comes to dehumanizing Trump supporters, Second Amendment advocates, Christian bakers and florists, etc...
Banned on twitter as hate speech.
On twitter, anything resembling FREE speech is automatically hate speech.
Ha! This thread is great. Thanks to all who have contributed.
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