The Dire Peril of ‘Trigger Warnings’

We've all seen the dire warnings about those awful microaggressions or 'trigger warnings' that are so prevalent in today's modern society.  You casually say to your Black or Hispanic or Asian friend, "Isn't it a nice day?", and their natural response is, "Yeah, for YOU, maybe!  You're white, and have all the built-in privileges that go with it!  Screw you, assbite!"  You have just triggered a microaggression, and you should feel righteously ashamed for it.

And, as you would expect, in order to protect our innocent youth, university officials take the subject very, very seriously:

Washington University Cancels Classes Over Hate Speech

After a racist thread on social media sparked outrage on a quiet Washington state campus, college officials sent students home a day early for the Thanksgiving holiday.

"We take the feelings of safety of our students very, very seriously," he said.

After all, that's what college is all about; teaching students that if anyone's feelings are hurt, then perhaps a hate crime has been committed and the perpetrator should go to prison.

With that in mind, here's a video that puts the subject on stark display:

Let this be a lesson to us all.  When it comes to protecting our innocent youth, we can't take any chances!