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There’s been a rumor growing lately that famed anthropologist, Dr. Louis Leakey, tired of losing games to chimpanzees, consequently chose Jane Goodall as his assistant based solely on her skills on the checker board.
Political Pundits declare that electing Chimpanzees would be more cost effective since they are capable of flinging poo and exposing their genitals at inappropriate times too.
So let’s step back and look at what is happening, here: The Senate put together a bill, sent it to the House, and the House said no; the House put together a bill, and then said no to itself; now the Senate is taking both of these failed bills, gluing them together, and is going to send them back to the House where of course they will pass it, because we are governed by chimpanzees who vote by flinging feces onto a target placed in front of them. [LOLfed]
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