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rally monkeys

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Freeeeeeeeebird!

(yea, I know it's in bad taste. so am i.)

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Comments

Not tasteless. Extraordinarily appropriate. Note the light of fanaticism in their eyes...

oooh oooh eee eee

Umm, y'all do realize that the guy on the left is Wellstone's SON? Just checkin'.

the curlyhead guy?

tune in next week as michele responds inappropriately to yet another tragedy as her web minions laugh with wicked glee

Yes, Scott...that's the really icky part.

Sorry y'all, but this is MILD compared to what THEY (including the curly headed freak son) did last night. SO wah. Get over it.

That was not how I behaved at my father's memorial service. Very icky indeed.

Tasteless. Completely. Utterly. Tasteless. We're doomed.

As soon as I saw the picture, this came to mind - Seig Heil! We Will Win! Seig Heil!

Jesus! They are scary looking.

Too bad they all missed the Kool-aid table.

Who are the others in the photo?

The one on the right is his (the son's) wife. I'm not sure who the blonde is.

The wife?

I'd hit that!

I'm gonna haunt their punk asses for the rest of their life.

ok, wow.

I was just gonna say "yeah, see, there's no Old Michele / New Michele dichotomy, it's just Michele on a new tangent." And I mean it.

But dayumn, people. (scrapes soles of shoes)

Don't impose your idea of how to handle your father's death on someone else. The son was probably just proud to have a father who had so much support, so let him rejoice while they praise his dad. When everyone is gone, which won't be long, he will have the rest of his life to mourn alone.