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And it is already up on SCRIBD

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Report from the Special Counsel Investigation into Russian Interference During and Before the 2016 Presidential Election

69 pages of powerful and clear writing. It is more than I expected from Mueller.

Cute picture

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Wait for it:


(hint - look for the cat)

A comparison - two men:

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Cute cartoon

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Found over at Bayou Renaissance Man:


Epic PWNage - the Trump 404 page

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When you mistype a URL for a web page and there is nothing there on the server, the server will respond by displaying what is called a 404 page letting you know that there was nothing to be found there and that your URL is probably wrong.

President Trump's 404 is hilarious - here is the direct link to it.


Off to Bellingham with a load

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But first, this weather map (satire):


That was Zen - this is Meow

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From here.

Don - Day Five

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Go and read - he is hitting his stride. Don Surber:

On the fifth day of Shutdown true love sent to me:
Five Gloating Libs!

Much more at the site...

For those into H. P. Lovecraft

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A Christmas song:

More at the H. P. Lovecraft Historical Society

I can do this

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Now this looks like fun - Hellboy reboot

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Always liked the Hellboy character - he is back this spring!

Heh - carrying coal

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Michael Ramirez at his best:


Fake News

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Almost had it spelled right

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This, not this...

A Thanksgiving two-fer

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First from A.F. Branco at Legal Insurrection, second found on the web - no attribution.



Some fun in the country

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Redneck silo demolition

Love the ending:

Makes the most sense to me - Russia

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Now I know:


The Great Race - 1965

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This wonderful movie came up in conversation today - here is the pie fight scene - pure slapstick:

Found on Facebook - cute

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Seen on FaceBook

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It is rumored that it is so cold in Massachusetts that Elizabeth Warren now claims to be an Eskimo. 


From over the transom:



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The WA city of Tacoma just can't get no respect to quote a very funny man. This came in over the transom:


In case you missed it - the Eclipse

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At a loss for words

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Tip of the hat to Grouchy Old Cripple:


Now this is funny - Andy Serkis

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Reading President Trump's tweets as Gollum: "The FAKE NEWS media has never been so wrong. Or so DIIRRRRRRTY!"

A new Press Secretary

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From the Babylon Bee:

Trump Picks Alex Jones As New Press Secretary
Confirming the widespread rumors that Sean Spicer would be departing the office in short order, President Donald Trump has chosen InfoWars chief and renowned conspiracy theorist Alex Jones as the new Press Secretary, the White House announced Tuesday.

The fiery Jones wasted no time getting in front of the cameras, holding his inaugural press conference shortly after the announcement.

“I am the new Press Secretary!” he bellowed in his distinct Texas growl at all the reporters present, occasionally taking a handkerchief out of his pocket to dab perspiration from his red face. “AAAAAaaaaaaAAAAAAHHHHH!” he continued, beating his chest like a gorilla.

“We’re comin’ for ya globalists! 1776 will commence, you wicked, wicked devils!” he added, before mumbling something about gay frogs.

Needless to say, the Babylon Bee is a satire site. Sure would be fun to see heads pop if this were true but glad it is not - Jones is a conspiracy theorist of the first order.

Heh - Bill and Donald

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From Mostly Cajun:


New toy from Lego

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Talk about a fast turnaround on this;


Tip of the 'ole hat to Borepatch

Statler and Waldorf

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No trace of intelligent life

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Great Star Trek mashup - hat tip to Ace of Spades for the link:

New Years Resolutions from Jeff Dunham

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He's got the whole crew:


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For context, watch this first: Buster the Boxer from the John Lewis department store in London, England:

And then this parody - from

Delightful bit of video.

Experiences with an Ouija Board

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From dami_lee @ Instagram by way of Miss Celania at Neatorama.

Fine art from 1937

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Classic Popeye:

Tip of the hat to James Gurney

The Staten Island Ferry Disaster

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Just ran into a nice memorial website for this terrible marine disaster: Staten Island Ferry Disaster Memorial Museum

From their about page:

It was close to 4am on the quiet morning of November 22, 1963 when the Steam Ferry Cornelius G. Kolff vanished without a trace. On its way with nearly 400 hundred people, mostly on their way to work, the disappearance of the Cornelius G. Kolff remains both one of New York’s most horrific maritime tragedies and perhaps its most intriguing mystery. Eye witness accounts describe “large tentacles” which “pulled” the ferry beneath the surface only a short distance from its destination at Whitehall Terminal in Lower Manhattan.

Nobody on board survived and only small pieces of wreckage have been found…strangely with large “suction cup-shaped” marks on them. The only logical conclusion scientists and officials could point to was that the boat had been attacked by a massive octopus, roughly half the size of the ship. Adding to the tragedy, is that this disaster went almost completely unnoticed by the public as later that day another, more “newsworthy” tragedy would befall the nation when beloved President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was assassinated.  The Staten Island Ferry Disaster Museum hopes to correct this oversight by preserving the memory of those lost in this tragedy and educating the public about the truth behind the only known giant octopus-ferry attack in the tri-state area.

They erected a nice monument near the site of the sinking:


And yes, this is a work of satire.

Hat tip BoingBoing:

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