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Man, Obama just can't get a break!


It was an interesting week for news. Canada's Prime Minister visited the President in Washington. And "civility" made headlines, thanks largely to Serena Williams, Joe Wilson and Kanye West not knowing what it was. Finally, with the release of remastered CD box sets and video games, boomers were getting their Beatle freak on.




Comments

CatLadyLarew said…
I'd say something nice, but since civility is taking a vacation this week...
Anonymous said…
Great Sunday funnies! My particular faves? The Kanye Jackass bling and the Beatles haircut dis!

Love it.

You are a humor force to be reckoned with Noname!

*bowing*

*smile*
ettarose said…
I loved the bling from Obama. He showed the world he is stupid enough to wear it too.
nonamedufus said…
CatLady: You're #%&?@#* right!

Quirks: Quirk, I'm your father. May the force be with you.

ettarose: I feel sorry for the guy. Like the picture on top of the post, he's gettin' blamed for everything.
Quirkyloon said…
Great Sunday funnies! My particular faves? The Kanye Jackass bling and the Beatles haircut dis!

Love it.

You are a humor force to be reckoned with Noname!

*bowing*

*smile*
nonamedufus said…
CatLady: You're #%&?@#* right!

Quirks: Quirk, I'm your father. May the force be with you.

ettarose: I feel sorry for the guy. Like the picture on top of the post, he's gettin' blamed for everything.

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