This comic is a perfect example of visual satire. It addresses a serious issue about racial profiling in a humorous context. I found this image of NPR.org. The contrast between black and white family about the infamous "talk" with their children is used to demonstrate satire, as it is an uncomfortable subject yet it's stated in a joking matter in this image. http://www.npr.org/2013/07/19/203342650/double-take-toons-lessons-from-zimmerman
This is a perfect quote about deployments. They are a unique experience and are impossible to truly understand until you've gone through one and even then it's important to remember that each deployment is different for each individual involved. In truth, you don't have to understand, just care, listen, and do your best not to judge.
Who are you to judge the life I live? I know I'm not perfect and I don't claim to be,but, before you startpointing fingers, makesure your hands are clean.
I say this daily I sound like a broken record. Geez
Let's be weird together, let's talk jibberish, act like little kids, play in the rain together, attach each other with big hugs out of nowhere. I like being weird with you. I don't want to be a cutesy couple that tries too hard to be perfect. I want to be weird when it's just us together, even if others are around. When you're in love, it should bring out the little kid in you and you should be yourself. I'm not here to judge, but to love you with everything in me
Always easier to judge and notice each other's flaws, harder but more rewarding to find what makes them unique and special
This shows the use of human nature. People are so quick to judge people by the way they look but when it comes down to it, we are very much similar to each other. This also uses a caption underneath the photo. It is basically saying no matter the color of your skin, underneath, we all have the same features.