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(July 25, 2005)

Is the Presidential Election Really not until November?

Jan 27, 2016 by Ugh | Add comment
Jeebus. And isn't there someone the GOP can serve up that isn't batsh1t insane? Ricky Rubio is as close as it seems they can get and he's still nuts. Maybe Trump is playing everyone.

I need a financial advisor

Jan 10, 2016 by DaveC | 6 Comments
For after I hit the Powerball tonight.

We followed the procedure...

Jan 07, 2016 by Ugh | Add comment
Maybe something is wrong with the procedure then. Also, see generally, use of force by the police.

Fear the Wrath

Dec 21, 2015 by DaveC | 4 Comments
of a vengeful Santa Claus.

But it's not terrorism

Nov 28, 2015 by Ugh | 6 Comments
More money to PP this year.

How come all these old-ass looking people are actually younger than me?!!?

Nov 25, 2015 by Ugh | 8 Comments
Fnck.

Bin Laden

Nov 14, 2015 by Ugh | 10 Comments
Still winning.

Where are my Ramadan Starbucks Cups?!!?

Nov 11, 2015 by Ugh | 5 Comments
Harumph.

Your Vermin/Filth Thread

Nov 04, 2015 by Ugh | 9 Comments
Bombs away. :-)

You fncked up, you trusted us!

Oct 30, 2015 by Ugh | Add comment
U.S.A.! Perhaps the most dramatic example of a massive scandal that cannot seem to be reversed involves Annie Dookhan, a chemist who worked at a Massachusetts state lab drug analysis unit. Dookhan was sentenced in 2013 to at least three years in prison, after pleading guilty in 2012 to having falsified thousands of drug tests. Among her extracurricular crime lab activities, Dookhan failed to properly test drug samples before declaring them positive, mixed up samples to create positive tests, forged signatures, and lied about her own credentials. Over her nine-year career, Dookhan tested about 60,000 samples involved in roughly 34,000 criminal cases. Three years later, the state of Massachusetts still canít figure out how to repair the damage she wrought almost single-handedly. Uh, maybe they can let them all out of jail?