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  1. #1
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    In other news....

    Police find drugs and "rampant homosexuality" at the Vatican...

    http://https://www.usnews.com/news/n...arys-apartment



    In another shocking report, Water is Wet!!!
    Grammar Police: To Correct and Serve -- Every time you misspell a word, the errorists win.

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    If you're the Vatican and you can't even cover that up with the Vatican Police, you know it's a shitstorm.

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    Why does the Vatican need police? Doesn't god protect them? I mean, it's god's main house, right?

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    God obviously turns a blind eye to cocaine and reacharounds.

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    VP MIKE PENCE IGNORES "DO NOT TOUCH" SIGN
    Blames it on Marco Rubio: "He dared me to do it."





    (CNN) - Mike Pence set social media abuzz Thursday with a photo of him touching a piece of NASA space equipment clearly marked "do not touch." On Friday, the vice president jokingly blamed Florida Sen. Marco Rubio for it.

    "Sorry @NASA...@MarcoRubio dared me to do it!" Pence tweeted, along with a photo emphasizing Rubio's position in the incriminating photo.

    Pence was at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, to discuss the administration's goals for American space exploration. During his tour of the facility, Pence laid a hand on part of the Orion spacecraft. The vice president also joked that it was perhaps not the first time his hand had gone astray.

    Rubio, for his part, played along with the accusatory tweet, quipping that he warned Pence "you break it, you own it."




    According to NASA, there was no harm done.

    "It was okay to touch the surface," the agency tweeted. "We were going to clean it anyway." They added that "it was an honor to host" Pence.

    In a statement, a NASA spokesperson explained that the "do not touch" signs are "there as a day-to-day reminder."

    "Procedures require the hardware to be cleaned before tiles are bonded to the spacecraft, so touching the surface is absolutely okay," the statement read. "Otherwise, the hardware would have had a protective cover over it."

    This latest incident is not the first time that Rubio has found himself at the center of viral fame involving the Trump administration. Last month, social media went wild over a photo of a seemingly awkward embrace of first daughter and White House adviser Ivanka Trump. At the time, Rubio opened a mock "investigation" into the encounter. It does not appear that the Republican senator will be launching an "inquiry" into the NASA photo, however.







    Link to story: http://www.nbcmontana.com/news/polit...d-me/581762976
    Last edited by MissTCShore; 07-08-2017 at 10:57 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MissTCShore View Post
    VP MIKE PENCE IGNORES "DO NOT TOUCH" SIGN
    Blames it on Marco Rubio: "He dared me to do it."





    (CNN) - Mike Pence set social media abuzz Thursday with a photo of him touching a piece of NASA space equipment clearly marked "do not touch." On Friday, the vice president jokingly blamed Florida Sen. Marco Rubio for it.

    "Sorry @NASA...@MarcoRubio dared me to do it!" Pence tweeted, along with a photo emphasizing Rubio's position in the incriminating photo.

    Pence was at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, to discuss the administration's goals for American space exploration. During his tour of the facility, Pence laid a hand on part of the Orion spacecraft. The vice president also joked that it was perhaps not the first time his hand had gone astray.

    Rubio, for his part, played along with the accusatory tweet, quipping that he warned Pence "you break it, you own it."




    According to NASA, there was no harm done.

    "It was okay to touch the surface," the agency tweeted. "We were going to clean it anyway." They added that "it was an honor to host" Pence.

    In a statement, a NASA spokesperson explained that the "do not touch" signs are "there as a day-to-day reminder."

    "Procedures require the hardware to be cleaned before tiles are bonded to the spacecraft, so touching the surface is absolutely okay," the statement read. "Otherwise, the hardware would have had a protective cover over it."

    This latest incident is not the first time that Rubio has found himself at the center of viral fame involving the Trump administration. Last month, social media went wild over a photo of a seemingly awkward embrace of first daughter and White House adviser Ivanka Trump. At the time, Rubio opened a mock "investigation" into the encounter. It does not appear that the Republican senator will be launching an "inquiry" into the NASA photo, however.







    Link to story: http://www.nbcmontana.com/news/polit...d-me/581762976

    Now we know why his wife won't leave alone in a room with women.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MissTCShore View Post

    I saw this today, the city got a bid for $65,000. Dude did it for $550. Someone in the city was obviously steering some cash to a friend or relative.

 

 

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