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  1. JohnHarry commented on Close to Home about 7 hours ago

    RAT did it.

  2. JohnHarry commented on Dogs of C-Kennel 1 day ago

    OH YES! The War on Christmas is here. Thank you FOX for once again making it easy to spot the A-holes. Not that it’s ever difficult.
    “And a Good Nog to All”

  3. JohnHarry commented on Kliban 1 day ago

    You been Squiggled

  4. JohnHarry commented on Overboard 2 days ago

    So that’s how reindeer fly -swim fins

  5. JohnHarry commented on Joe Heller 12 days ago

    Repubs understand Capitalism very well. If they actually threw out all the illegals – US businesses would stop giving them (R’s)piles of cash because they would not have cheap labor they can pay low wages – no benefits – keep/hide the cash they deduct from the pay – etc – etc.

  6. JohnHarry commented on Liberty Meadows 14 days ago

    they’re all repeats . . . Cho is dead.
    Rat killed him.

  7. JohnHarry commented on In the Bleachers 17 days ago

    It’ a mirror in the gym but -what the hey!

  8. JohnHarry commented on Signe Wilkinson about 1 month ago

    Parochial schools turn out poorly educated little drones.

  9. JohnHarry commented on Tom Toles 2 months ago

    Did ya notice what state the hospital is in that can’t handle Ebola? Then again – it’s all Washington’s fault.

  10. JohnHarry commented on Arlo and Janis 2 months ago

    sinecure
    [sahy-ni-kyoo r, sin-i-]

    ExamplesWord Origin

    noun
    1.
    an office or position requiring little or no work, especially one yielding profitable returns.
    2.
    an ecclesiastical benefice without cure of souls.
    Origin
    Medieval Latin
    1655-1665
    1655-65; < Medieval Latin (beneficium) sine cūrā (benefice) without care; see cure
    Related forms
    sinecureship, noun
    sinecurism, noun
    sinecurist, noun
    Can be confused
    cynosure, sinecure.
    Dictionary.com Unabridged
    Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.