Imagine A Silencer

Imagine A SilencerImagine A Silencer

Yes, imagine if we had an effective means to put a silencer on pernicious things like Hillary Clinton and the other Leftwing, anti-gun, Democrat politicians and, in Hillary’s sad case, ex-politicians with delusions of worth and relevance. It’d be great if we had a means to enforce some level of common decency in the wake of a tragedy such as the Las Vegas massacre – some way to apply a silencer to them until some appropriate time has passed for shock, prayers, and grieving before they are allowed to start profiteering off the horror.

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America's First Daughter: A Novel
Hillary the Other Woman
Gunfight: The Battle Over the Right to Bear Arms in America
Control: Exposing the Truth About Guns
The Destruction of Hillary Clinton

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Union Rules

The true test of one’s devotion to a principle or set of principles is how one reacts when the principle(s) in question is applied to one’s self. Truly, this test is an effective measure of a person, though it can have some “interesting” effects…

A dedicated Teamsters union worker was attending a convention in Las Vegas and decided to check out the local brothels. When he got to the first one, he asked the Madam, Is this a union house?

“No,” she replied, “Im sorry it isnt.”

“Well, if I pay you $100, what cut do the girls get?”

“The house gets $80 and the girls get $20,” she answered.

Offended at such unfair dealings, the union man stomped off down the street in search of a more equitable, hopefully unionized shop. His search continued until finally he reached a brothel where the Madam responded, “Why yes sir, this is a union house. We observe all union rules.”

The man asked, “And if I pay you $100, what cut do the girls get?”

“The girls get $80 and the house gets $20.”

“Thats more like it!” the union man said.

He handed the Madam $100, looked around the room, and pointed to a stunningly attractive blond.

“Id like her,” he said.

“Im sure you would, sir,” said the Madam.

Then she gestured to a 92-year old woman in the corner, “but Ethel here has 67 years seniority and according to union rules, shes next.”

The shop steward was more than a little shopworn. Definitely a case of the Teamster being hoist upon his own – or his union’s own – petard.

I’m guessing his continued support for his union’s seniority policies might be a little limp. 😆

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The Rose Society (A Young Elites Novel)
Fierce Pajamas: An Anthology of Humor Writing from The New Yorker (Modern Library Paperbacks)
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The Oxford Handbook of the Economics of Prostitution (Oxford Handbooks)

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