The Illustrated Frank J: Wait… Where’d That One Guy Go Who Wasn’t Awful?


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Possibly Also a Metaphor for America’s Healthcare System Under Obamacare

It’s not well-paced, and there’s a surprised swear word around the 2:15 mark, but I found the ending intriguing. If you’ve got the time, wait for it.

[Can you fold paper more than 7 times with hydraulic press] (Viewer #7,082,300)

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Now If We Just Had a Way to Clone Rocket Launchers…

Scientists say they’re closer than ever to cloning a T-Rex after discovering the remains of a pregnant dinosaur.

Personally, I want one just so I can walk it around Hollywood on a leash & have it eat purse-chihuahuas.

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Obama Wears World’s Largest Che T-Shirt

(Submitted by HokieGomer [High Praise!])

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Link of the Day: How to Mess With Castro Fans

[High Praise! to The People’s Cube]

Progs: be careful when you demand to lift Cuba embargo

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North Korea’s Body Count

North Korea boasted that it could obliterate New York City with a hydrogen bomb, saying “all the people there would be killed immediately and the city would burn down to ashes”.

The real question: how many fish have to die before North Korea can successfully build a rocket that could make it that far?

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Obama Warned Us – Obamacare

More than 60 attempts later, and Congress is still wasting time and money trying to repeal or dismantle #Obamacare.


“When what we need to do is just keep wasting time and money implementing it”

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Straight Line of the Day: So Bill Clinton Says to Obama…

A little different today. Caption this picture, please:

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Opening Mouth Is Free, Though

In a recent speech, Pope Francis asked nations to “open their hearts and doors” to migrants and refugees.

Still no word on how many Vatican City is taking inside its 40-foot-high border wall, though.

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