Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Facebook Funnies XXXVIII

Uh, oh.  I'm dead.  
Well, so much for that kegger I was going to throw with Fidel over Easter weekend.



Incidentally, wonder if they'll be able to get that deposit back for hall rental
at the Caracas Elks Lodge?  

I suppose they can hit Joe Kennedy up for a loan.  That family's loaded

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  1. I understand the poor in his country adored him but I've never held him in high regard.

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    1. He seemed kinda nuts. I gotta tell you, I thought on this quite a bit, trying to decide whether to poke fun at someone dying. It didn't seem right. But, after all, I guess I am who I am. Funny away!

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  2. Joe Kennedy? He's even deader than Hugo. They never revealed what kind of cancer he had, which itself is revealing. I'm glad it's over for him.

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    1. I didn't mean Bootlegger Joe. I meant his grandson, Joseph Kennedy II (son of Bobby and Ethel), that vacuous pantload who shills for CITGO, the state oil company of Venezuela.
      There's probably much we don't know about Hugo, which is probably for the best.

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  3. It can still be thrown, and can be enjoyed, someone just needs to throw in a bone

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    1. True.
      A kegger's never a bore
      even when the host is no more.

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  4. I never even heard of the guy until they announced his death this morning. Maybe the former Pope will send his resume for this position. (?)

    xoRobyn

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    1. Hee hee hee. You think there's a lot of Germans in South America?

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  5. Hey, I'm just hopin' the gas prices go down now. Yea, I just went there!!!

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    1. Hold your breath.
      No, don't.
      We like having you around.

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  6. It's really been a bad few years for dictators and generally evil people.

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    1. We'll always have Sean Penn and Michael Moore, though.

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    1. Good one!
      When Yugo, you can't buy a good car.

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    1. Idi Amin, Kim Jong Il, Osama...where will it end?

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  9. Lately, replacements have been far worse than what was originally there.

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    1. Yeah, there is that, I'm afraid. That whole post-Saddam thing didn't work out all that well, huh?

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  10. Even the best laid plans can go awry!

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    1. Even the best sandwiches are oft-times made with a rye.
      Or something like that.

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  11. looks like he is in the middle of blowing out candles.

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  12. I don't really have an opinion on the guy, sorry to hear he died at the same time though, this made me laugh.

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    1. I guess I should send a card or something. Maybe a fruit basket? Or canned ham?

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  13. Yes it really does look like he's blowing out candles!

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    1. He's not the only South American who took a picture like that. Stay tuned tomorrow.....

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  14. Never heard of him before the other day. Sad he had to die to achieve fame world wide

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    1. I think he played "Pull My Finger" with George Bush at the United Nations.
      "W" was way pissed.
      Especially since he thought HE was supposed to be the one to fart.
      And he was wearing white pants.
      And had a catastrophic O-Ring malfunction.
      NOBODY wanted to sit next to him after that.
      At least he's still alive, though.
      And doesn't own white pants anymore.

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  15. Amazing that his biggest supporters were the poor! Well, the poor that hadn't been visited by the secret police and vanished, that is...

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