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Boom Boom Larew said…
Anthony Weiner, A-Rod, Lance. How is it these guys have no clue that what they're doing is wrong?
nonamedufus said…
It's the new morality, Boom Boom. It's all fine as long as you don't get caught.
Bryan G. said…
Lots of idiots here today. It's hard to choose a "favorite" today, but as sad as the situation is with A-Rod, that cartoon captures it perfectly.
nonamedufus said…
What I don't get is the denials and the view that they've done nothing wrong. Some example A-Rod and Armstrong have provided for tomorrow's professional athletes
Bryan G. said…
But I think A-Rod said he's trying to be a role model for his daughter. Um, yeah, too late, pal.

Best blog post I've seen this past week on A-Rod: You might appreciate a few of the puns too.
Debra She Who Seeks said…
A crop of good ones this week!
nonamedufus said…
I agree. That post was excellent.
nonamedufus said…
Yeah, there's some good ones in there. Thanks, Debra.
Indigo Roth said…
Dufus old boy, some absolute gems here. The beef especially. Did they reveal it's carcinogenic yet? Or did that research get buried? Indigo
nonamedufus said…
You know I'm not too trusting of a hamburger created in a laboratory...carcinogenic or not. Maybe I'm being udderly ridiculous. I don't know.

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