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the innominate one wrote:Easily solved by using a knob instead of a lever. And by locking it from the outside.
I think our friends in Canadia are trying to make doorknobs illegal. Apparently because this snake eating you in your sleep is a desirable public policy outcome.
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the innominate one wrote:Easily solved by using a knob instead of a lever. And by locking it from the outside.
Hey man, if you want to wear blinders to the coming Serpocalypse, be my guest...
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the innominate one wrote:Easily solved by using a knob instead of a lever. And by locking it from the outside.
I think our friends in Canadia are trying to make doorknobs illegal. Apparently because this snake eating you in your sleep is a desirable public policy outcome.
Wake up people! The snakes have already infiltrated the Canadian government, and, to erode our defenses, are exerting their influence through the only life form lower that snakes: politicians...
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Also, the cats want to make it easier to murder you in your sleep. Or in your wakefulness. Or whenever. Cats just want to murder.
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JasonL wrote:
the innominate one wrote:Easily solved by using a knob instead of a lever. And by locking it from the outside.
I think our friends in Canadia are trying to make doorknobs illegal. Apparently because this snake eating you in your sleep is a desirable public policy outcome.
Or the anti-doorknob movement began in Ireland.
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lunchstealer wrote:Also, the cats want to make it easier to murder you in your sleep. Or in your wakefulness. Or whenever. Cats just want to murder.
I have it on good authority that's true.
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Snakes are just pawns of the Reptoids.
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Timothy wrote:And it's not like the thing can operate a doorknob.
yeah that's how the woman who had that face transplant thought about chimps. oh it's not like the chimp is gonna eat my face or anything.

not sayin' just sayin'. it's like having a shitty infirm houseguest who is also a murderer.
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Hugh Akston wrote:Image
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Haha!
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God damn it, the word is insoluble!
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It was a weird layout decision to add pictures to that longform essay.
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Hugh Akston wrote:It was a weird layout decision to add pictures to that longform essay.
oh jadahugh.
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That was a good one. Those last four panels kinda made it.
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Ha, "short-fingered". I'm having my writing-clerk add that to my list of antique pejoratives.
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Is this a cuckservative thing? I'm really not current on my intra-Team Red weasel fights.
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Hugh Akston wrote:Is this a cuckservative thing? I'm really not current on my intra-Team Red weasel fights.
The comic, or "short-fingered vulgarian"? If you mean the latter, it's almost 30 years old now http://www.vanityfair.com/news/2015/08/spy-vs-trump
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nicole wrote:
Hugh Akston wrote:Is this a cuckservative thing? I'm really not current on my intra-Team Red weasel fights.
The comic, or "short-fingered vulgarian"? If you mean the latter, it's almost 30 years old now http://www.vanityfair.com/news/2015/08/spy-vs-trump
No the comic. I assume it came from somewhere on the Red bogosphere that views NRO as Beltway sellouts.
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Hugh Akston wrote:
nicole wrote:
Hugh Akston wrote:Is this a cuckservative thing? I'm really not current on my intra-Team Red weasel fights.
The comic, or "short-fingered vulgarian"? If you mean the latter, it's almost 30 years old now http://www.vanityfair.com/news/2015/08/spy-vs-trump
No the comic. I assume it came from somewhere on the Red bogosphere that views NRO as Beltway sellouts.
Honestly, I thought it was pro-NRO and anti-Trump.

I'm not sure what that says about the comic, or me.

But yeah, #NROrevolt is a thing, if you hadn't seen the posts on H&R. The one from today where Welch quotes a bunch of them is pretty funny.
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nicole wrote:But yeah, #NROrevolt is a thing, if you hadn't seen the posts on H&R. The one from today where Welch quotes a bunch of them is pretty funny.
Yes, I found the comic URL in the alt text from that post.
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