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  1. Note to Saudis: A Bonanno family guy could have arranged a mugging-gone-wrong for far less than Geico could save on car insurance.
  2. I'm really glad that the determination was reached that Jamal Kashoggi died as a result of injuries sustained in a slip-and-fall caused by a banana peel on the floor of the second room to the right of the entrance foyer. We all know how dangerous those banana peels can be.
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    Did Saudis, CIA Fear Khashoggi 9/11 Bombshell?

    I trust Turks as much as Saudis and that affection is only overshadowed by my inclination to poke honey badgers with a stick.
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    Did Saudis, CIA Fear Khashoggi 9/11 Bombshell?

    I can think of only one reason for employing a team of fifteen (15). They divvied up the body parts. As in, you take an arm, you take a leg... The one who took the fingers was the VIP of the group. Apparently, they all skipped the seminar, "How to save on airfare and avoid transporting body parts with DNA profiling". But still, would Turkey ever try to interfere in US-SA relations? Did the lions at the Ankara zoo look the morning after like they had a midnight snack? It's a mystery.
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    Did Saudis, CIA Fear Khashoggi 9/11 Bombshell?

    Call me crazy but I find it a tad odd that the Saudis sent a hit team of 15 after him. Who did they think they were up against, Jamal Bondhoggi? And then apparently someone in the group came up with the idea---"He's at the consulate. Allah be blessed, we'll have a lot of privacy if we do it there." I can think of quite a few incongruencies like those two (2) that tell me that it doesn't make sense. Fifteen (15)? Really?
  6. Bill: "Did we do that?" Hillary: "I don't remember that, but I remember this..." Meanwhile in other related news, Arianna Grande explained her separation from fiance Pete Davidson--- "he isn't gay enough".
  7. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6263761/Kavanaugh-serves-food-homeless-Washington-D-C-days-sworn-Supreme-Court.html Or "wastes food by handing out oversized portions". Or "looks distraught at all the food being wasted". I wonder how the mass media will spin it.
  8. Clintons, meet the Clintons They're the modern Stone Age Family From the town of Little Rock They're a page right out of history Let's ride with the family down the street Through the courtesy of Bill's two dicks When you're with the Clintons Have a yabba-dabba-doo time A dabba-doo time We'll have a gay old time Clintons, meet the Clintons They're the modern Stone Age Family From the town of Little Rock They're a page right out of history Someday maybe Hillary will win the fight Then the cat will stay out for the night When you're with the Clintons Have a yabba-dabba-doo time A dabba-doo time We'll have a gay old time
  9. Kupta, the time traveller friend of mine, tells me that U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell will be the replacement selected by President Trump soon. I can't wait to watch the Amorals' heads explode. Kupta also mentioned that supplies for HBP medication in the DC area will be exhausted in no time.
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    Hotels in hospitals

    Well... the non-disturbed experience did entitle you to four (4) tickets to either the local aquarium or zoo.
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    Hotels in hospitals

    Choose a city. Call the hospital of your choice, ask for patient services. Make your inquiry. Here's an example, https://www.wyndhamhotels.com/hojo/san-juan-puerto-rico/howard-johnson-centro-cardiovascular-san-juan/overview?CID=LC:HJ::GGL:RIO:National:32478&iata=00065402 In Scandinavia, https://qz.com/545967/in-scandinavia-patient-hotels-provide-an-alternative-to-hospitals/ What you are looking for is for a hotel inside the hospital campus. In most instances it's connected to the main hospital facility.
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    Hotels in hospitals

    Fwiw, in the 70s you could pay cash, leave a generous amount for a non-disturbed experience and no one would know you were there. Much better than a hotel/motel somewhere else.
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    Hotels in hospitals

    Additionally, it's great to watch the facial expressions of someone who asks you where you are staying. "I'm staying at So-and-so Hospital". Then you walk away.
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    Hotels in hospitals

    Most people don't think about them when planning a stay when travelling. But you find them all over the CONUS and Europe. Most are run by hotel chains. Rooms are oversized, no--- they are not connected to quarantine rooms, incredibly clean to the point of being sanitized but they don't smell like hospital rooms, come with TV and WiFi, private entrances, free parking, nowadays with high security measures (cameras everywhere but in the room), within walking distance from the hospital cafeteria, a lot more inexpensive than hotel rooms of similar size (suites), food delivery services from outside vendors, usually centrally-located, and did I mention the rooms are oversized. If anything crappy happens, the emergency room is practically next door. I've used them. If you don't mind spartan quarters but enjoy the qualities that I have mentioned you might be well-served to try it. Thing is, they are designed to serve people who need to stay near someone at the hospital but for that same reason there are always vacancies--- unless your stay coincides with the zombie apocalypse. And btw, I find that most hospital cafeterias serve better food to non-patients than a great number of chains out there. The newer the hospital, the better. Plus huge portions and low prices.
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    Anyone know how to get rid of this crap?

    Yes, I have Javascript disabled by default. Javascript used to be a gateway for malware. Don't trust it since. Congrats. I find the thingies annoying too.