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Boom Boom Larew said…
Anthony Weiner... the gift that keeps on giving. Helen Thomas, on the other hand, will be truly missed.
Bryan G. said…
Best one there is definitely Helen Thomas tribute...but very close is Weiner in a wiener roll. Nice collection this week overall, John, and photos seem crisper and cleaner for some reason this week. Maybe I just put my glasses on this morning. ;)
nonamedufus said…
His name suits him well, don't you think?
nonamedufus said…
Helen Thomas was a legend. Glasses always help, Bryan.
Debra She Who Seeks said…
Yeah, I wouldn't want to be God once Helen Thomas gets through with him, LOL! Also liked the Anthony Wiener "who wants seconds?" one.
nonamedufus said…
Wiener. Only in America.
Indigo Roth said…
Hey Dufus! The return of Wiener is just plain comical. "I learned my lesson and only did it a few more times". My favourite royal baby headline was from satirical magazine PRIVATE EYE. "WOMAN HAS BABY". Bless 'em. Indigo
nonamedufus said…
I loved that headline, too. I don't know about you guys over there but many of us here were simply sick and tired with the media's preoccupation with George.
I really like the Helen Thomas toon. It's probably true too.
nonamedufus said…
Yes, it probably is. No reason for her to back off now.

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