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What? #lostmyliverpalooza didn't make the funnies in the Canadian press? I'm shocked!


Now back to our regularly scheduled program here in the States. (Best polish up those rocket launchers so they'll be ready to ship overseas.) And all without the comedic genius of Robin Williams. A loss for everyone.
I am shocked (but not outraged) that #lostmyliverpalooza didn't get a mention here either. ;) Agree with Paula about Robin Williams. :(
nonamedufus said…
We may have to move on Paula but at least we can say we'll always have #lostmyliverpalooza.
nonamedufus said…
Too bad we didn't have a cartoonist on board or else we could have posted something here.
Ay! Ye be such a chucklehead! It's cuz you always find the most chuckle worthy cartoons. Poor Obam-bam. Where's Pebbles when he needs her? Ha! Too bad everything he does is Georgie's fault, eh?

Ha!
nonamedufus said…
Quirks, good to see your in the land of the living. I miss you. Funny how politicians always provide these guys with such great material, isn't it?

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