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Where do I even begin with this round of funnies?

Putin dragging away Alaska is one of the best. If he'd take Sarah Palin along with it, I'd call it even. Meanwhile, I'm amazed that so much time has been spent spewing non-news about Malaysia 370. Don't they know what the gossip mongers really want is news about the Oscar Pistorius trial? And good luck with that whole Unity debate thing. (Perhaps you could ask Putin for some advice on that.)

BTW... We're making snow angels again here this morning. *sigh*
No snow angels here. Whew.


Sometimes I think I live up in a screwed up country, but then...I am reminded by your "funnies" that ours isn't the only one in North America. That yours is just as...well...screwed up. :) I won't even touch Mexico. ;)
nonamedufus said…
I think Putin annexed that Malaysian jet. Really.
nonamedufus said…
Nothing like a provincial or federal election to show just how screwed up we are.
nonamedufus said…
In the old days one would say "it sells papers" but in the electronic age there aren't a lot of papers left. Same concept, though. I don't think it's very responsible journalism.

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