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Wednesday, January 26, 2011

I Hate To Do It - But An Olive Pit Story Cannot Be Ignored

I really hate to do this, but I am going to link to Gawker.

Because this headline is just too good to pass up:
Dennis Kucinich Sues Congressional Cafeteria Over Olive Pit
But to ease my conscience, I used the Google cache link. 

You also can check out the other sources at Memeorandum.

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  1. Shut down the "Congressional Cafeteria." That will save a few bucks.

  2. I suspected "Cafeteria" was political double-speak. I just didn't guess that Pelosi was behind it.
    Pelosi Turns Congressional Cafeteria Into Gourmet Experience

    Cumin-scented leg of lamb with almond couscous?

  3. do we need any other proof that kucinich is certifiably insane?

  4. I would have thought that the gold-plated Congressional health insurance was more than adequate to cover such treatment.

  5. do we get to hear about the proctologist appointment outcome as well...

    does anyone care a filling came out when I was chewing a gummy bear?

    CRIKEY... this is "news" now?!

  6. @Lisa G - LMAO!

    Let us not forget that Mr. Kucinich appeared on one of the shopping rags as having been abducted by aliens.

    Proof the anal probes were successful?

  7. $150k seems extraordinarily high for some dental work, but that's how Congress rolls.

    Damn ambulance chaser, if you ask me...

  8. Maybe this means his campaign committee is short of cash. ;-)

  9. This just goes to show how dangerous olives can be. This is why they should be skewered and then drowned in a mixture of gin (or vodka) and vermouth before consumption.

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  11. @LisaG,

    first off yes I believe it. Second, it was not a gummi bear but a wine gum and it was not a regular filling but a crown on my upper tooth (that had come surfaced yellow and chipped)... beat that one....!!!