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May 13, 2008 | by  | in Online Only |
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Does anyone see a problem here?

Browsing through American websites for news about the Democrat primaries and suddenly an irrepressible image is shunted into the forefront of my mind:

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Seriously? WTF? I need to go have a shower.

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  1. Gibbon says:

    Haha. Not bad.

  2. Nick Archer says:

    Saw this on the Political Ticker on CNN: Can Pastor Hagee do an exorcist on Hillary Clinton ? She may be the beast from the east that is predicted in apoclypic circles.

    Yes from the creaming headline Hagee will name her the Whore of Babylon in his next sermon…

  3. Superior Mind says:

    Urgh… I may not have been that gutter-minded had you not pointed it out. Now we’ll never know…

  4. Martli says:

    Yeah, I hate it when firefox blocks my pop-ups too. Good post.

  5. Jackson Wood says:

    Good post because I didn’t actually write anything?

  6. Martli says:

    Good post because it deals with the issues of pop-up blockers. Damn things ruin internet surfing; iIt’s a browser-based form of oppression and the world needs to know about it.

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