Facebook Troll Strikes Again to Defend Rainbow-Colored Doritos

Everybody’s favorite Facebook troll is at it again.

Last month when Target announced they were doing away with gender-specific signage in their toy and children’s bedding sections, Mike Melgaard, self-proclaimed Internet troll, fought back against the angry conservatives posting to the Target Facebook page.

This time, Mike has re-emerged as “Doritos ForHelp” to combat the onslaught of disapproving conservatives flooding the Doritos Facebook page to vent their anger toward the special-edition rainbow-colored chips. The colorful campaign benefits the It Gets Better Project — an organization that encourages gay and lesbian teens who have been victims of bullying.

Just as in the Target scenario, the angry commenters seem to have no clue that Melgaard is not, in fact, an actual representative of Frito-Lay.

Sit back, open a bag of Doritos, and enjoy.

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Conservative Writer: Doritos Rainbows Remind Me of Anal Sex and Feces

A couple of days ago, Doritos promoted a limited edition “Rainbows” bag of chips with proceeds going to the It Gets Better project. The bags were sold out almost immediately — and conservatives are still fuming over the horrors of gay chips, battling it out over who’s most offended.

The winner so far? Bethany Blankley of BarbWire, who somehow found a link between Doritos and… well… read for yourself:

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Why Do So Many Catholics Disagree with Church Teachings?

The video below, part of The Atheist Voice series, discusses Catholics who don’t agree with Church teachings.

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Do You Believe in Armageddon? An Atheist Group Dares You to Put Money On It

Do you believe the end of the world is near?

Maybe you think that Jesus is coming back and you’ll be raptured?

If so, the Central Valley Alliance of Atheists and Skeptics group (in California) wants you to put your money where your mouth is.

All you have to do is sign a contract that says your “money and worldly possessions” become property of the atheists after your declared Armageddon date.

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Government Officials Shouldn’t Be Using Taxpayer Money to Finance the Pope’s Upcoming Visit

Here’s a question that’s going to come up many times over the next few weeks: How much taxpayer money should be used to finance Pope Francis‘ trip to the U.S.?

Correct answer: None. He’s a religious leader and it’s not the government’s responsibility to create advertisements for Catholicism. No other religious leader would (nor should) get this sort of treatment.

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