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Sign of the times

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  • Fist of Etiquette||

    Spoiler alert: At the end of Article III, the Judicial Branch kills Dumbledore.

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  • Kolohe||

    FOE, that should have been the caption.

  • Fist of Etiquette||

    I refuse to give up the copyright.

  • El Duderino||

    I'm still waiting for "Second Amendment 2: Reloaded" to hit DVD.

  • Bucky||


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  • waffles||

    I don't get it...wait.


  • || the author trying to say that the constitution is popular again, or that it's a complete work of fiction?

  • anarch||

    Why not both?


  • Devil Inchoate||

    It's in the Fantasy section.

  • ||

    I beg to differ. Twilight's in that section, and it is far from fantasy, more like a nightmare.

  • B&N Employee||

    So shall I move it to the Horror section or the Horrid section?

  • Other B&N Employee||

    I'm taking it off the display shelf, it's politically incorrect.

  • ||

    This reminds me of a quote I saw recently: "The Constitution isn't perfect, but it's better than what we have now."

  • ||

    Nice quote. Good for knee-caping casual leftists arguments.

  • Bucky||

    bet you heard that on Fox!

  • kbolino||

    Actually, the Constitution is almost completely a work of fiction. The only exceptions are a few qualifying phrases like "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State" in the Second Amendment. This has nothing to do with the legitimacy of the document, but rather with its content. For contrast, most of the Declaration of Independence (except the actual declaration at the end) is nonfiction, because it reads like a description of fact.

  • yonemoto||

    I always had a problem with "we hold these truths to be self evident" Sorry, I don't find that the at-birth equality of human beings to be all that self evident.

  • El Duderino||

    I think that he is saying its popular again, problem is, its not popular with the people who take oaths to defend it.

  • mr simple||

    Da Vinci Code? Harry Potter? Was this drawn five years ago?

  • BakedPenguin||

    Payne lives in Detroit. It takes a while for culture to break though the ring of desolation there.

  • Fatty Bolger||

    You need one of these to get through the blockade:


  • El Duderino||

    Ironically, this is made in China.

  • Snake Plissken ||

    Even I can't escape for Detroit

  • Ezra Klein||

    I don't get it.

  • Johnny Longtorso||

    Twilight!!!! Squeeee!!!!!!!

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    Over christmas, I saw the saddest thing in a Borders store. They have a new genre section called "Teenage Paranormal Romance." The End Times indeed.

    I did my niece, who has some writing talent to write something with Harpys and get in on money train.

  • ||

    Am I reading your last sentence correctly?

  • ||

    *I did [tell] my niece*

    nevermind - just report me to the proper authorities

  • Dave||

    This exchange was funnier than the cartoon. Which isn't saying much, since the cartoon needs a decoder ring to even understand it. But this, on the other hand, was damn funny!

  • Spoonman.||

    Agreed. There's always more entertainment in the Friday Funnies threads than in the Friday Funnies themselves.

    Hell, there's usually more entertainment in anon-bot posts than in Friday Funnies.

  • El Duderino||

    I let out a hearty Butthead laugh as soon as my eyes hit "did".

  • Hooha||

    Oh, how I laughed.

  • Bee Tagger||

    He's pulling out his dick while figuring out which one to piss on, right?

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    LULZ. WIN!

  • Fist of Etiquette||

    Don't get too swelled a head, Bee Tee. Sage has a history of feigning laughter.

  • Robert Jackson||

    "The Constitution is a suicide pact"

  • Derp||

    Not bad.

  • ||

    Is this a subsidized bookstore?

  • Fatty Bolger||

    Is that the bookshop in the Supreme Court building?

  • sarcasmic||



  • CrackertyAssCracker||

    It's not funny because it's not true

  • Bucky||

    this is better...
    there is a T-shirt hawker selling "Together We Thrive" shirts outside the "memorial services" for the slain in AZ.
    he is saying to the passersby "Get your, 'Together We Thrive' T-shirts right here. Get'em before the next 'Tragedy To Good To Waste'...

  • Lefty Liberalson||

    Clearly, he's saying that the Constitution stuff is just a fad...much like Harry Potter and Twilight. How pedestrian in appealing to the lowest common denominator. Hrruppphh Hrrrumphh


  • Almanian||

    Good Morning, Reason!

    Oh, wait a minute...

  • El Duderino||

    I think the oath should read: To protect, defend and read the constitution. . .

  • Ben Rushing||

    Hey somebody misplaced that book in the kids section!

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    I've seen you another paper Friday Funnies, and on a same, do not know what meaning.

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