Today in History

“Small, unmarked, non-sequential bills.”

On this day, the Virgin Mayor of Keg City became a Justice of the US Supreme Court.

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12 Responses to Today in History

  1. donnah says:

    Ugh. Isn’t the current news bad enough without bring this back up?

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  2. Kent Fossgreen says:

    “Toady In History” might be a more accurate headline.

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  3. ming says:

    Whoo boy – that’s a lot of backpfeifengesicht in one photo.

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  4. RWW says:

    I still want to know about the deal between Dump and Anthony Kennedy that got Kavanaugh the nomination and that Dump immediately reneged on to Kennedy’s shock and horror in that infamous video. You just know monumental corruption was behind this whole thing and should be enough for criminal charges and impeaching Judge Drunkheadrapist.

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  5. Bruce388 says:

    Vote, get a Democratic Senate and impeach Boofer Boy’s lying ass.

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  6. skinnydennis says:


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  7. laura says:

    Give me my fucking promotion! Said the virgin mayor of keg city.


  8. Dimitrios says:

    Guess who just found out that the first Sunday in October was the last bay he could get shitfaced drunk until the Supreme Court adjourns.


  9. roket says:

    Makes me want to cry.


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