That cake is supposedly from a Meijer store here in Michigan; whoever came up with it deserves a bonus.
|England's Harry Vardon, circa 1913...6 time British Open champion and one of the greatest golfers of all time. Note the decidedly bent left arm.
Pretty sure my days are numbered, however; another week of mid-30's to low 40's and then I've got to believe we'll be back in the deep freeze.
This past week a new line of defense was gift wrapped for criminals everywhere, courtesy of Special Counsel Robert Hur:
|not to be confused with his smarter brother Ben-
That's the lackey appointed by Department Of Injustice head Merrick Garland to investigate our favorite faux prez and nursing home escapee, Dementia Joe...
...for keeping classified documents in his garage "near my 'Vette!".
(But remember, it was a locked garage.)
In his report, Hur wrote this:
Seems pretty cut and dried, yes?
So what are the consequences for this obviously illegal act?
In a word, nothing.
This is not a surprise for the most corrupt and incompetent administration in the modern era.
No one with an IQ larger than their shoe size expects anyone associated with the Biden crime family to do the right thing or obey the laws they're sworn to uphold.
But the reason Hur gave for letting the demented weasel off the hook raised a few eyebrows:
So there you have it, an unassailable and bulletproof line of defense for your next crime:
"I have a poor memory."
Who knew it could be so simple?
Henceforth known as the Biden "I'm A Moron" Defense, this will revolutionize criminal law nationwide.
Just remember, "I can't remember".
May God have mercy on our failing nation.
|I've arrived at that age where I look better at a distance from behind
|another reto 35mm picture
|do those baby blues look surprised or guilty? you be the judge.
As you drift into the ether of whatever space / time continuum you're currently occupying, take this eternal truth with you:
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