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    • pyrodice

      BraVO.
      That fits like a puzzle piece.

  • Too Tall

    The humor needs to be more macabre, as in:

    “I see dead Deep State members, lots and lots of dead Deep State members.”

    Try the veal, don’t forget to tip your waiters, I’ll be here all week.

    • kadaka

      I tried to give my waiter a tip but he doesn’t believe in stocks, or capitalism, so I didn’t leave a tip to avoid offending his religious beliefs.

      I explained to my waitress I just wanted to give her the tip but she insisted she doesn’t play that game. Well what game could she want to play that has me slipping her a fiver, the lottery?

      • Wood

        Maybe she misunderstood and thought you wanted to play “just the tip”

      • Norm

        My favorite tip is “buy low, sell high”.

  • WayneM

    Epstein is likely watching all this happening wherever he’s hunkered down and laughing at the antics. I wonder where they dug up a body to give to the coroner?

    • Fox2!

      Lots over on North Brother Island, which NYC users as their Potter’s Field

  • Pamela

    Open Up as in tell the truth… Or, open up like an old beer can that’s been shook up ready to explode its contents…

  • Drum roll, please…

  • Bill Willett

    Just wondering when the email about how to download my loot for donating to the cause will come ….

  • Tagg

    The same FBI that provided the Clintons when they were in office with files on their political enemies. And, years later “cleared” Hillary of her blatantly committed crimes.

  • kadaka

    WHOA: Details from Epstein’s autopsy raise new questions on his cause of death

    “Autopsy finds broken bones in Jeffrey Epstein’s neck, deepening questions around his death…”

    “Jeffrey Epstein autopsy finds broken bones in his neck that are that are more common in victims of homicide by strangulation than suicide.”

    Remember Epstein was reported to have had a gentle “sag and wait” asphyxiation like can be done off a doorknob and not a violent “jump off chair” type.

    • Kafiroon

      OK. Show of hands. Who had any doubts?

      Well, half up. Sorta thought about another pedo island he was smuggled to.

  • Halley

    “Politically correct comedy” is the oxiest of all oxymorons, and the most moronic.

  • kadaka

    To all those Democrats rearing up on their hind legs to (not) explain how their gun control proposals would’ve stopped the black drug dealer in Philly from shooting at the police serving a narcotics warrant, here’s the UK showing how to do it right.

    UK unveils new program to fight knife crime that also looks quite delicious

    UK Home Office: “We are rolling out our #KnifeFree chicken boxes in over 210 chicken shops in England and Wales, including Morley’s, Dixy Chicken and Chicken Cottage. They use real life stories to show people how they can go #KnifeFree.”

    Because the way to combat rampant knife crime is to target fried chicken eaters, and you can go to knifefree-dot-co-dot-uk to find out why no one ever needs to carry a knife, they’re just not needed in polite society, and look at all the pics of minority people who don’t need them either. Besides, any weapon you carry could be turned against you by an attacker, carrying a weapon increases the odds you’ll be hospitalized with a violence-related injury, etc.

    • WayneM

      Sargon did a brief video about this and the rather predictable reaction of the usual leftist regressives… KnifeFree Watermelon, anyone?

      One prominent feminist suggested it would be better to give the money spent on the chicken box advertising to mothers since they are the primary influencers for the young knife-users… ignoring (of course) that fatherlessness is likely the primary cause of the violence so giving more money to single mothers would, of course, have the opposite of the intended effect.

  • cz93x62

    Bias alert, right up front–I am a career-long subscriber to the theory of “Ockham’s Razor” (basically, that the simplest and most direct answer to any question is likely to be the correct one).

    I suspect that the “bone” spoken of that was broken in the neck is the hyoid cartilage. That structure when fractured is commonly associated with manual strangulation, but is not exclusive to it. I have looked on with skepticism at some of the claims being made about how the dead guy in Epstein’s cell was (not) discovered, and about his cause of death. NONE of those claims speak to the stiff’s positive identity indicia–via tenprint comparison or DNA, the way REAL investigators in the REAL world confirm an identity of known or unknown decedants.

    When a newswhore ignores positive, verifiable indicia in favor of speculative mortar hits all around his target, the likelihood that you are being bullshitted increases geometrically. What the pundits AREN’T saying or pointing to is at least as important as the news items they are trumpeting. Caveat emptor, IOW.

    • JTC

      So, from acceptance of the simplest cause of death straight to murky conspiracy theory of a body swap? Huh.

      Seems a little assbackwards…lotsa folks wanted that POS dead, so Ockham (Occam) would indicate it was him what got offed.

      OTOH I doubt those that would want him spirited off to protective custody…for what, his safety? Interrogation? Torture?…would be likely to risk enabling it, even for all his millions. Seems more of a Hickam.

      • cb

        Other rumor is he and Ghislaine Maxwell simply flew the coop and intend to live happily ever after.

  • cz93x62

    “Ockham” is Anglo-Saxon, “Occam” is Latin, and used because Latin has no letter “K”. William of Ockham was a 13th Century Franciscan friar. In those days, “What Rome says–GOES”. Just like insurance companies in modern times.

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