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Apr 10

Cartnoon

The Art Of The Deal: Parts 1 – 3

Apr 09

Donald Trump- Slumlord

Oh, and anti-Semite but you knew that already. You couldn’t pay me enough to live in one of Trump’s sleazy death traps (well, actually you could because I’m a terrible sell-out as you can see by my constant pleas for monetary support and the abundant and aggressive advertising on the site) but for some people …

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Apr 09

Jelly On The Belly

You know, when I look back on it I’ve had a remarkable number of medical procedures, though I suppose that’s only if you don’t consider my advanced age (120+), none of which included looking up my penis. As far as I know, I’ve been unconscious for a lot of them and nothing inspires confidence in …

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Apr 09

Cartnoon

Fun Fact- The World Can Kill You Without Warning Like This– Or This– Have a great and wonderful day, eh?

Apr 09

Kansas

So think about it. Some idiot from Kansas drops a house on your sister, kills her, and steals her shoes. Damn right I want your little dog too. Jeopardy Dreamer Weekend Update Your Inner Princess Black Panther

Apr 07

My Name Is ROGER MURDOCK.

I’m an airline pilot. I think you’re the greatest, but my dad says you don’t work hard enough on defense. And he says that lots of times, you don’t even run down court. And that you don’t really try… except during the playoffs. The hell I don’t! LISTEN, KID! I’ve been hearing that crap ever …

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Apr 06

Real World Problems Of The Super Rich

You know what sucks? Coming back to your apartment after a long hard day destroying the environment, polluting the air, poisoning the water, and fostering Lead-melting Venus-like Global Warming, and finding the landlord has tossed all your stuff into the front yard and changed the locks. Lobbyist couple had to change the locks on Pruitt …

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Apr 06

When People Tell You What They Are- Believe Them

It’s not quite one of Oprah’s favorite quotes from Maya Angelou, that would be “Show” in place of “Tell”, but it’s true enough. Why Would the Atlantic Hire Kevin Williamson? By Jordan Weissmann, Slate March 27, 2018 Editor-in-chief Jeffrey Goldberg’s memo to staff: I first came to know Kevin’s work several years ago; he’s incredibly …

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Apr 05

Rudy Giuliani: An Avalanche Of Sleaze

Oh sure, I could come after Rudy on his policy which is consistently and completely wrong, but it’s sooo much more satisfying to point out he’s a scumbag on a personal level who makes you want to shower for about 24 hours with a Brillo Pad after you’ve shared the same air. Judith Giuliani files …

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Apr 03

Goodbye Ford Focus

It was the most unloved of cars (every one of mine has a name, including the “$500 Mistake”) and outside of a handy backup camera and a sun roof it never got warm enough to try, it had little to recommend it. I drove a Nissan Altima that was superior in every way including comfort …

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Apr 03

Cartnoon

We all watch waaay too much TV Waaay too much What?! Your mind has not pooled into a gray/pink puddle on your desk yet?

Apr 02

Fair And Objective

Because, you know, “Fair And Balanced” is already trademarked. Our greatest responsibility is to serve our communities. We are extremely proud of the quality, balanced journalism that Sinclair News produces. But we’re concerned about the troubling trend of irresponsible, one sided news stories plaguing our country. The sharing of biased and false news has become …

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