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What the DOJ is good at.

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  • WTF||

    Edwards is a ball player?

  • Name Nomad||

    That's rather pedantic. He got in trouble for funding someone else to play wit his balls, so the distinction is pretty fine.

  • WTF||

    So, he was more like the umpire, stepping up to the plate and shouting "Play balls!".

  • Bee Tagger||

    He's a baller, I think. At least that's what the kids these days are saying.

  • Fist of Etiquette||

    Edwards is a ball player? Thank God I never saw his sex tape then.

  • Pi Guy||

    The better question: exactly what is the government good at doing?

  • SugarFree||

    Murdering people and stealing from them.

  • General Butt Naked||

    To be fair, when you find something you're good at you should pursue it with vigor and enthusiasm.

    Some people are just really talented at shooting dogs and meddling.

  • Almanian's Evil Twin||

    1) Why is Elena Kagan holding a baseball bat and scales?
    2) "Walking Guns"? Needs moar labels.
    3) Derp

    That is all.

  • db||

    1: because policing major leage baseball is a core principle of the foundations of our justice system, nay, our very nation itself. Duh.

  • Longtorso||

    Why is Lady Liberty on the toilet?

  • ||

    Because that's where Obama placed the Constitution.

  • Rubber Nipple Salesman||

    He didn't put it there by himself, but he sure has his hand on the flush handle.

  • Bucky||

    was that a subconscious switch putting the scales in the Left hand?
    or do you know the Supreme Court ruling on the health care act?

  • Rich||

    Actually, she *does* look like those TP roll cover dolls my grandmother used to crochet.

  • Mensan||

    It's not Lady Liberty; it's Lady Justice (Justitia).

  • Tim||

    "What the DOJ is good at"

    "What is Chip Bok good at?"

  • General Butt Naked||

    Glass houses, Chip.

    Glass houses.

  • Bee Tagger||

    Bok's anti-Edwards bias shines through once again. I'm surprised Teddy Savalas doesn't need two arms to carry all of that paperwork.

  • db||

    Lay off Teddy. You know he's had inferiority issues ever since his older brother became famous.

  • Bee Tagger||

    I thought the project he has with Freddy Savath was pretty good at times:

  • General Butt Naked||

    That's that guy's name. I was sittin' here trying to remember who played Kojak so as to make a comment regarding the bald prosecutor, but couldn't.

    There's google, I know, but that would take an iota of effort that I'm not willing to part with.

  • Lord Humungus||

    believe it or not, I was watching Kojak (on DVD) last night. And yes, it's Telly Savalas.

  • Tim||

    I preferred his role as the psycho in Dirty Dozen.

  • Bee Tagger||

    Let's pretend my comment was a typo rather than me trying to make a reference to something I've never actually seen.

  • General Butt Naked||

    Just pretend that you were speaking of George Savalas. He's Telly's brother and was on Kojak as well.

    Fer realz.

  • General Butt Naked||

    Okay, after looking up Telly Savalas it is true that he indeed has a brother named Teddy. Fuck.

    See the family pic here, about half way down the page.

    What useful information did my brain delete so that I could know all this stoopid shit about the Savalas clan.

  • ||

    Why does lady liberty have Opra's body and Mick Jager's lips?

  • SugarFree||

    Because that's where liberty comes from, the intersection of over-weight talk show host and has-been British rock stars.

  • Longtorso||

    You attached a real email addr to the name "Troy muy grande boner"!?!?

  • SugarFree||

    The man is proud of his turgid member. Leave him alone.

  • Tim||

    Are those ears? Hair? At first I thought they eyes.

  • Mensan||

    It's not Lady Liberty; it's Lady Justice (Justitia).

  • Rubber Nipple Salesman||

    I see Lady Justice has traded her sword for a bat...Pretty representative of how Congress wields it's power.

  • Broseph of Invention||

    1) Confusing because "Walking Gun" was a self-issued nickname by both John Edwards and Jose Canseco.

    2) Why are the titles on the backs of the prosecution files? Are you implying this administration communicates in Arabic? I thought you were better than that.

    3) Why are the father and brother from Everybody Loves Raymond leading the prosecution?

    4) Why is lady liberty's face that of a frog? Is this a French reference? Are you hinting at an Armstrong prosecution in lieu of purging America's Favorite Pastime?

  • db||

    Wait, is France prosecuting Armstrong? Someone needs to sit down with sloopy and let him know this vendetta of his has gone too far.

  • Nick M||

    Why are the father and brother from Everybody Loves Raymond leading the prosecution?

    I could have sworn one of them was this guy:

  • Bobarian||


    'Why is lady liberty's face that of a frog?'

    Here's your chance to confirm our prognosis of OCD and tell us again that: "It's not Lady Liberty; it's Lady Justice (Justitia)."

  • Mensan||

    Not OCD; Asperger's.

  • Shmurphy||

    Bok doesn't get paid for these, does he..?

  • Jesus H. Christ||

    I feel like I've been paying for these every Friday, and I'm going to have to pass it on to someone. Bok seems like the most deserving recipient. My scathing vitriol will tear the electrons from every viewing device on which they appear!

  • Sam Grove||

    So how goes the government's war on justice?

  • ||

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