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Thursday, November 26, 2015

Why does it stll feel like it's Haloween down in the States?

Dear Readers:

Instead of Thanksgiving, your intrepid reporter feels like it's still Halloween down there in the good ol' U.S. of A.

IN OTHER WORDS: What kind of a train wreck are we dealing with in this GOP Presidential race?

Now we have Donald Trump making fun of a handicapped guy, and Ben Carson looking more and more like a creepy serial killer, or flasher ....., OR BOTH!

Image result for count floydWant to know the really scary part?

It's entirely possible that one of these two assholes could be the next President of the United States! (POTUS)



Donald Trump fires off epic statement, tweet storm, after being accused of mocking reporter's physical disability!
Donald Trump fires off epic statement, tweetstorm after being accused of mocking reporter's physical disability

 Real-estate mogul Donald Trump released a lengthy, fiery statement Thursday afternoon responding to allegations that he mocked a reporter's physical disability for not standing by his years-old story about the World Trade Center attacks.
"Despite having one of the all-time great memories I certainly do not remember him," the Republican front-runner declared of New York Times reporter Serge Kovaleski in his statement.
During a Tuesday-night campaign rally, Trump impersonated Kovaleski supposedly retracting his report about about the September 11, 2001, attacks. Trump's gestures appeared to many, including The Times and Kovaleski himself, that he was mocking the reporter's disability that limits arm movements.
"We think it's outrageous that he would ridicule the appearance of one of our reporters," a Times spokeswoman told Politico.
According to The Washington Post, the gestures were "all the more personal because Kovaleski covered Trump while reporting for the New York Daily News between 1987 and 1993, a tumultuous period for Trump in which he struggled through several financial setbacks."
But Trump's lengthy statement insisted he had no knowledge of whether Kovaleski "is Muhammad Ali in his prime --- or somebody of less athletic or physical ability."
"His recent statement, to me, seemed like (again without knowing what he looks like) he was groveling and searching for a way out from what he wrote many years ago before," Trump added. "I merely mimicked what I thought would be a flustered reporter trying to get out of a statement he made long ago." [sic]


North Koreans are apparently being ordered to copy Kim Jong Un's bizarre hairstyle.
According to the Chosun Ilbo, sources in Pyongyang say men are being ordered by authorities to ensure their hair grows no longer than 2cm in length while replicating the supreme leader's bizarre bouffant hair, which he debuted in February of this year, much to the shock and amusement of media around the world.
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However, even though the legitimacy of the claims isn't certain, it's not beyond the realm of possibility considering that the isolated state released images of 28 "state-sanctioned" haircuts in 2013.
Kim's hairstyle is clean-shaven on the back and sides, leaving a strip of hair perched atop of the leader's head.
North Korea is apparently so serious about the enforced homage that university student monitors are "cutting off the hair of offenders," the Chosun Ilbo reports.

On the heels of the news that North Koreans have been instructed to copy Kim Jong-un’s “ambitious” hair, the Post‘s Mike Faille has done up a look at what several prominent celebrities and politicians would look like with the leader’s coiffure.
The trademark hair is swept back from the forehead and seemingly held up with some sort of hair product and the sides are shaved.