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GEORGE: I quit!

PAUL: You can’t quit, you’re fired!

GEORGE: You can’t fire me, I quit!

JOHN: I might quit, too.

RINGO: I’m just waiting to be replaced by Pete Best.

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  • The dog ate it.
  • The shark ate the dog that ate it.
  • Zombie John McCain ate it.

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The brown stains indicate Dishness.

Nice to get one in before he goes.

That's Entertainment!

As far as political Bible-thumping goes, Arkansas Senator Mark Pryor’s new campaign ad verges on reasonable:

“I’m not ashamed to say that I believe in God, and I believe in His word. The Bible teaches us no one has all the answers. Only God does. And neither political party is always right. This is my compass. My North Star. It gives me comfort and guidance to do what’s best for Arkansas.”

Sure, we can quibble — why would anyone in Arkansas feel ashamed to profess their belief in God? — and we might be curious about what specific guidance the Bible offers politicians, unless they plan on implementing the rest of Leviticus, but what Pryor says strikes us as little different than anybody else being deeply inspired by what they’ve read.

It’s almost squishy, really. And given that Pryor is a Democrat, that might be a problem:

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“The Defense Department is reportedly inventing a new medal designed to reward soliders who fight battles from the safety of their computer consoles. The Associated Press says the Pentagon is creating a new ribbon, called the Distinguished Warfare Medal that will be given for ‘extra achievement’ related to a military operation. That would include drone pilots…” [Atlantic]

Why, look! Somebody posted a picture of the Stinque Remote Office! And somebody else is bored to tears following national politics! Refills for everybody!

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“I ran for president. I lost.” —Mitt Romney, auditioning for his American Express commercial. [CBS]