News That Will Drive You To Drink

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Jeebus Saves

That’s not scriptural:

These are the people who think that the Bible was written in American English, as Jeebus would have wanted.

I’d say his shirt is damning, not sure about being a mark of any beast, and no: I have no idea who this chump is.

Anyway for those of you wondering, DeAnna Lorraine was Nancy Pelosi’s Republican opponent this year in California’s 12 Congressional District jungle primary.

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5 Responses to News That Will Drive You To Drink

  1. MDavis says:

    I blame this sort of crap for tarnishing the reputation of actual science-doers.
    Those guys start with a hypothesis and then figure out how to test it. It doesn’t rise to the level of a theory until the hypothesis has withstood some testing and peer review.
    These guys throw poop and then tell everyone it’s brilliant. They are, like, one step above poop-flinging monkey. Maybe.

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  2. Dennis Cole says:

    Hmmmm…….squirrel-liptual prophecies, you say? When 3 out of 4 forecasters say 5 is the majick number, then those same lips, the ones that are oh, so familiar with nuts of all varieties, are not to be questioned.
    Is it finally making sense to you? Coz I don’t know how else to explain it.

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  3. roket says:

    Obviously you can fool her more than once so you can get fooled again after all.

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  4. w3ski4me says:

    And the right (wrong) wingers call us “sheep”? These people come up with some convoluted conspiracy from the depths of their ass, go on youtube or some other site to expound their gibberish, and all of a sudden they become a Prophet to the rethugs. “S and K” are 2 entirely different letters and you’d think an adult would understand that. Finding conspiracies under every rock must be an awful way to live. These “people” are truly amazing in their desire to believe anything as far fetched as possible, to give meaning to their fears.

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