Chicago Rejoice! Tech Giants Replacing Gun Emojis With Water PistolsChris Menahan
Apr. 27, 2018
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Chicago, Baltimore, St Louis and Detroit are all breathing sighs of relief with the news that Microsoft, Google, Twitter and others are replacing their gun emojis with water pistols.
This will surely solve the crime problem in our inner cities!
Microsoft, Google and Facebook have now all joined Silicon Valley's anti-gun brigade and are replacing their gun emojis with a water pistol.Microsoft tweeted Wednesday they're in the process of "evolving" their emojis to "reflect their values," which are presumably spinelessness, gutlessness and feebleness.
The move went over quite well:
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