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Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Charlie Rose's Black Eye Is Teh Funny

Did you catch PBS' favorite little Stalinist, Charlie Rose, on his program Monday night?

He was spotting a
su-wheet shiner! It looks good on you Charlie.

He claims he fell flat on his face and rather than risk busting his Mac laptop he opted for falling on his face. WTF?

Who falls and lands on their face?

I'm guessing his black eye is from a six or seven-year old child who hauled off and popped him one for being the socialist asshat that he is.

See Charlie, this is what happens when you try to walk and download Asian porn at the same time.
Heh heh heh.

I think the black eye may have involved some sort of tryst between Charlie and Madeleine Albright. And now, after that mental image, I must douse my eyes with gallons of bleach.
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