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Monday, January 20, 2020

Monday Madness

MEXIT - Another View

Britain has resumed the tradition of sending outcasts to the colonies. Her Royal Highness is playing a clever game by dumping the lazy wastrels (weak DNA) outside of the Island.
LONDON – British Parliament has passed a law that will resume the practice of sending its criminals, debtors, society’s rejects, and Harry to the colonies by penal shipment or banishment. 
The law, which was given Royal Assent by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, coincides with the imminent arrival of Prince of Sussex to the Dominion of Canada where he will now reside. 
Canadians expressed a mix of disappointment and resentment that the country will be used as a dumping ground for outcasts.

“Couldn’t New Zealand take him?” said a Vancouver Island resident opposed to the Prince’s relocation. “What about the Falklands Islands? Couldn’t he be some sort of useless viceroy position there instead?” 
Pickpockets, orphans, and members of the Royal Family unfortunate enough to be the second or third born in a primogeniture succession system will be cast out of Great Britain immediately without any recourse.
The Power of Her Pen

More on Pelosi from the Bee 

(link) WASHINGTON, D.C.—Nancy Pelosi has announced a new creative fundraiser for Dems in 2020: auctioning off limited-edition replicas of the dentures she wore during Trump's impeachment.
It's a way to show your support for the donkeys, and you get the gift as well.




16 comments:

  1. Harry is such a disappointment. And keeping the kid (Archie) away from his family is terrible.

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    1. If you buy those Pelosi dentures, I advise you not to use them....because you know where they've been.

      As to Harry, he's p-whipped. One day he'll wake up, but damage will have been done.

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    2. I think I'll skip on the dentures, LL.

      I sure like to know what her ninja power is 'cause it's certainly not her looks or her brains.

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    3. 50 years ago it was being an empty headed liberal cuunt with giant tiddies. Now, who knows...

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  2. Harry is waking up (too late) to the old saying that the royalty needs an heir and a spare - and he's the spare in an age when diseases that killed off previous generations are treated with low cost antibiotics.

    He's facing the "I have my whole life as second fiddle ahead of me".

    Or not.

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  3. I would bet the outcasts are divorced within five years and he will try to get back in the royal family's good graces.

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    1. Five years? I don't give it near that long and, yes, he will go shuffling back to Britain.

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  4. He married someone with borderline personality disorder. It will be intense, tumultuous and short. To bad for him but this move insulates the Royal family and British taxpayers from the inevitable outcome.

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    1. She has issues. He has issues.

      They are a mess.

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  5. Sorry, my interest in royalty, of any country, ranks below my interest in the Greenville Drive Class A Baseball team in Grenville, S.C. (my grandkids go to their games).

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  6. Dentures? I think a set of those wind up clacking teeth would do as well.

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    1. Just as useful, for sure. Maybe more so because they're funnier.

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  7. Ma LSP, who is wise, says, "I don't think Canada wants them. I'd never let her back in if it was me."

    Yes.

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    1. Canada is embracing them and is earmarking nearly a million dollars a year for their security.

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    2. That sounds like a lot, but it's only a million Canadian ...

      -Kle.

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  8. So the moral is, "If you don't floss you get to sell your teeth."

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