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12/15/2012

Congressman: I’m Sorry I Offended Abnormally Small People By Calling Them the Midget Word

Filed under: General — Patterico @ 1:58 pm

The incomparable Allahpundit:

The first rule of apologizing for insensitivity: When expressing your remorse to the offended group, always refer to them as “abnormal.”

Heh.

The fun starts around 2:35:

Be proud, America.

101 Responses to “Congressman: I’m Sorry I Offended Abnormally Small People By Calling Them the Midget Word”

  1. How many abnormally small people does it take to make Guam tip over?

    Patterico (8b3905)

  2. Midgets? Leona Helmsly? The 47%?

    There is certainly something abnormal at work here and it has nothing to do with anyone’s physical size…

    Dana (292dcf)

  3. Rep. Johnson probably thinks all those vertically challenged people if they got together could do something crazy like tip over Guam or something.

    daleyrocks (bf33e9)

  4. So these two congress-critters must be official members of the “LIQoAA” or better known as “Low IQ of America Association.”

    The longer you spend in congress, the stupider you become and these two pencil-necked dweebs just help prove it.

    Save us from government…

    WarEagle82 (97b777)

  5. Now that JJJr is out of wherever he was rehabbing from “exhaustion”, perhaps his bed could be used for Congressman Johnson, who has some serious issues that should be dealt with before he hurts himself or others.

    askeptic (2bb434)

  6. Daley, see comment one! Old Hank certainly is the gift that keeps on giving. What must his constituents be like?

    Gazzer (b57020)

  7. I am beginning to think that I should be very offended on a daily basis because of the ignorance evidenced in people’s inappropriate choice of words. Unfortunately, I am unable to find the current list of what is now considered offensive.

    It’s rather funny offensive that the WaPo doesn’t evidence current sensitivities. Surely an apology is in order, no?

    Turns out, the language one uses in speeches on the House floor is no small matter. Rep. Hank Johnson (D-Ga.) today apologized for using what he terms “the m-word” during a speech the previous evening.

    Dana (292dcf)

  8. Midgets and clowns scare me.

    JD (65eef4)

  9. This is no laughing matter.

    JD (65eef4)

  10. chimpanzees scare the crap out of me cause of what they do to your face

    beastly creatures

    happyfeet (07fe35)

  11. I wonder what would happen if you locked a midget a clown and a chimpanzee in a room and then went out to see the hobbit

    happyfeet (07fe35)

  12. yeah that’s a lot to get your head around

    happyfeet (07fe35)

  13. happyfeet scares me.

    SPQR (768505)

  14. Johnson and Schakowski. Two mental midgets.

    Only in America.

    nk (875f57)

  15. “Daley, see comment one!”

    Gazzer – My eyes must be betraying me, because I thought #1 said something else, such as “Ding” before.

    daleyrocks (bf33e9)

  16. How many abnormally small people does it take to make Guam tip over

    My first thought. God only knows what Hank Johnson’s first thought was will be.

    Kevin M (bf8ad7)

  17. I thought the M word was “moron”, a word that Johnson can use without offense.

    Kevin M (bf8ad7)

  18. 11-happyfeet, playing 3 card monte on orange sunshine!!

    mg (31009b)

  19. How many abnormally small people does it take to make Guam tip over

    673.53

    JD (03cdb3)

  20. Rep. Johnson still has a chance to be a charter member of asneM.

    LTMG (9138df)

  21. To paraphrase a comedian:

    A midget, a clown, and a congresman walks into a bar. And that’s just the first guy!

    Felipe (3243af)

  22. Hey, idiots need a representative in Congress, just like the rest of us.

    Dave Surls (46b08c)

  23. I think we’ve exceeded our quota.

    narciso (ee31f1)

  24. Now, now. Do you want Cynthia McKinney back?

    jem (c75852)

  25. If Slow Joe Biden can ascend to the Vice Presidency, why can’t Hank Johnson ?

    Elephant Stone (65d289)

  26. “If Slow Joe Biden can ascend to the Vice Presidency…”

    I don’t think anyone can ascend to the Vice Presidency. It’s pretty much a demotion, no matter what job you held before that.

    Dave Surls (46b08c)

  27. Midgets and clowns scare me.
    Comment by JD (65eef4) — 12/15/2012 @ 4:30 pm

    – I told you NOT to watch Chris Matthews interviewing Robert Reich!

    Icy (f2bdbd)

  28. ‘the horror,the horror’

    narciso (ee31f1)

  29. Johnson should be censured just for pairing that necktie with that shirt.

    JVW (4826a9)

  30. This guy is the poster-child for my new campaign: Get the Cameras out of Congress Now!

    What purpose could a congressman disserting on midgets possible serve in a functioning Republic? Why does a record even exist of citizen-politician using the “M-word” in the citizens’ halls? I mean, really?!

    We need to get the cameras off the floor of the Congress because they illicit idiotic displays that are then broadcast to the ranters’ constituents at home in order to garner votes. In effect, they render the moments between productive debate and votes into crass, quasi-official electioneering theater at great cost to the Republic.

    Every day that these idiots air idocy in the Peoples’ legislature is another day that they degrade the body’s integrity in the eyes of the public. Cloward Piven’s crib-sheet says that calls to “limit” congressmens’ terms, such as crony-capitalists like Warren Buffet are making, will soon follow.

    steveaz (7a67a5)

  31. Hank has always been one of the dimmest bulbs in the Congressional firmament. While it was mighty small of him to disparage little people, it doesn’t hold a candle to his calling Thomas Jefferson a terrorist.

    Dirty Old Man (c53f09)

  32. You guys still don’t understand. Hank was a step up from Cynthia. We’re headed in the right direction, just give us a little more time!

    jem (c75852)

  33. Hank Johnson used “the m word.”

    Elephant Stone (65d289)

  34. I tend to doubt it, Johnson’ witness interestingly enough in the ‘Guam comment’ was Admiral Robert Willard, CINCPAC commander, a Top Gun star, who was a technical advisor on the film,

    narciso (ee31f1)

  35. This guy is the poster-child for my new campaign: Get the Cameras out of Congress Now!

    I disagree. Keep the cameras rolling 24/7 on Congress, play it on nightly news and let the masses have undeniable evidence of how clueless our elected officials are. That way, thos e low information voters and the apathetic no voters may be informed first-hand, so muc so that they become participants in the electoral system. It certainly can’t get any worse.

    It would also show the immense waste of time and energy spent on nonsense but fully supported by the taxpayers’ dime.

    Dana (292dcf)

  36. This is hilarious. But don’t expect to see Kenan Thompson doing Hank on SNL like he did Herman Cain, making lewd remarks about women to a Newt Gingrich impersonator.

    What struck me most about this is the presence of Jan Schakowsky, who is selective in her concern about people being offended. Famously piqued after Rush Limbaugh’s satirical yet unwise references to the ridiculous Sandra Fluke as “a slut” and “a prostitute,” Jan wasn’t all that concerned when Bill Maher called Sarah Palin a “c–t” and a “stupid t–t.” Given an opportunity to say million dollar BHO PAC donor Maher’s remarks were just as beyond the pale, she stayed mum for two minutes and fourteen seconds before she walked away from a photojournalist.

    L.N. Smithee (8b7229)

  37. She was my Congresscritter a time, L.N. She replaced Sidney Yates. Her district is gerrymandered the same way worse than Johnson’s is. She was hoping to replace Obama in the Senate, but the Machine knew she would not survive state-wide reelection.

    nk (875f57)

  38. I dunno. This Congresscritter is definitely a mental midget.

    Comanche Voter (29e1a6)

  39. ‘Rush Limbaugh’s satirical yet unwise references to the ridiculous Sandra Fluke as “a slut”’

    Yeah, but…she IS a slut.

    Dave Surls (46b08c)

  40. Hmm. She wishes. ;)

    She was a political op, making up lies about her sexual attractiveness.

    It worked, Obama go re-elected.

    Rush Limbaugh is a parasitic opportunist.

    nk (875f57)

  41. offer profound words
    but slept in and I’m late for
    Sunday Midget Toss

    Colonel Haiku (11d868)

  42. Why was Hank Johnson calling Bob Costas names in the first place ?

    Elephant Stone (65d289)

  43. I did not want to go there:

    There are no longer any midgets, pituitary dwarfs. It’s a treatable condition. Give the kid the missing hormones. You’ve got to be raised in the Amazon to have it, these days.

    There are achondroplastic dwarfs. That cannot be helped. It’s neo-natal injury.

    And Hank Johnson defines stupidity. Not his, his constituency.

    nk (875f57)

  44. “Hmm. She wishes.”

    She ain’t married, she’s having sex, and she’s demanding that someone else foot the bill for her humping expenses (even though she ghas the dough to attend Georgetwon and vacation in Europe).

    She qualifies for sluthood in my book.

    Dave Surls (46b08c)

  45. Limbaugh is also a colossal bore

    happyfeet (5da4d0)

  46. I was saying her “lover” works on a batteries, Dave, and all she needs are antiseptic wipes for it.

    nk (875f57)

  47. Rush Limbaugh is a parasitic opportunist.

    Unlike every other talk show host on television and radio? Or politician? The list is endlist. Why single out Limbaugh?

    Amalgamated Cliff Divers, Local 157 (721840)

  48. Huckabee is even worse especially when he tries to do humor

    he just couldn’t be more awkward

    happyfeet (5da4d0)

  49. He’s the one on top?

    nk (875f57)

  50. Please list your top ten.

    Amalgamated Cliff Divers, Local 157 (721840)

  51. I don’t have a top ten. I have one addict, opportunistic, selfish, self-serving, exploitative, j****ng-off-idiots, loudmouth, who made Sandra Fluke better known. To get better ratings for his show.

    Rush Limabaugh is not on our side. He is on the side of his wallet.

    Has he stopped calling himself an entertainer, yet? He puts on the clown-nose just like John Stewart.

    nk (875f57)

  52. Actually, Huck isn’t my favor, but he has his occasional moments, like this week,

    narciso (ee31f1)

  53. “I was saying her “lover” works on a batteries, Dave, and all she needs are antiseptic wipes for it.”

    Actually, she has a rich boyfriend (rich enough to take her on vacations to Europe, though not rich enough to buy a pack of condoms). They announced their engagement in April of this year.

    Dave Surls (46b08c)

  54. nk,

    When you zero in on an enemy, you sure like to throw the kitchen sink.

    I could be wrong, but I think that Sandra Fluke’s name was not super well known at the time that Rush chastised her for her testimony before Congress.

    His comments about her caught fire because so many people (especially on the Democrat side of the aisle) listen to his program.
    In other words, Rush didn’t comment on Fluke in order to improve his ratings and popularity, rather, Fluke became better known due to Rush commenting on her.

    Elephant Stone (65d289)

  55. He does aim with friendly fire, a little too often, Fluke was trying to subvert a Catholic institution’s value system, she did this deliberately,

    narciso (ee31f1)

  56. Where’s Simon Jester?

    I follow the strategy of Phillip of
    Macedon. Hit first, hit hard, and keep hitting until your enemy is down.

    nk (875f57)

  57. You do know that Limbaugh is deaf, right? That he burned out his auditory pathways with oxycontin?

    All this crap “he” spouts on the radio is a large production team and a computer-generated voice.

    nk (875f57)

  58. It doesn’t matter how conflict begins or why it happens in today’s sensitive world. The first to be blamed always loses.

    Not being easily offended is no longer considered a virtue.

    Amphipolis (e01538)

  59. nk,

    What is your obsession with Rush’s former addiction to Oxycontin ? He had a very difficult back surgery that elicited his doctor to prescribe Oxycontin, and he ended up getting dependent upon the drug.

    That doesn’t make him a bad person. He’s a really nice guy. Most people from all over the political spectrum who happen to know him, really like him. Elton John (yes, that Elton John) thinks the world of him.

    You’re correct that the Oxycontin caused damage to his hearing. He now uses a cochlear implant and a hearing aid.

    I don’t know what you’re talking about regarding a computer-generated voice. Maybe you’re referring to the voice inside your head ?
    Ha, ha, ha.

    Elephant Stone (65d289)

  60. I’m sure he’s a lovely person he’s just not the future he’s an old fart like the Huckabee and the Bill Bennett and the Roger Ailes and the Meghan’s coward daddy and the Mitch McConnell and the Bill O’Reilly but not the Sean Hannity or the Bobby Jindal

    happyfeet (5da4d0)

  61. You know who is the future, pikachu, Gavin Newsom, now wrap a muffin around that,

    narciso (ee31f1)

  62. Rush Limbaugh and Sandra Fluke are a couple of actors, on the public stage, making money off idiots.

    And Limb Bough’s (sic) “cochlear implant” can only work through a computer. His show is typed to him.

    nk (875f57)

  63. Gavin is every bit the sort of governor california deserves because he’s a vapid whore

    happyfeet (5da4d0)

  64. “…too many whites are getting away with drug use… The answer to this disparity is not to start letting people out of jail because we’re not putting others in jail who are breaking the law. The answer is to go out and find the ones who are getting away with it, convict them and send them up the river, too.”–Limbaugh

    Limbaugh: Bloviating, fat hypocrite of the first water.

    Dave Surls (46b08c)

  65. When she was in the seventh grade, my younger daughter had an extremely politically correct English teacher. Their class was reading a book in which a main character is a dwarf, and some of the book’s plot involved the character’s dwarfism. The book referred to that character as a “dwarf,” and that’s the word my daughter used in the class discussion.

    “Little people!” the teacher interrupted her. “‘Dwarf’ is a bigoted term, and you must never use it! Only horrible people would ever use such a word.”

    I think the teacher was probably confused, and was thinking of the word “midget,” which neither my daughter nor anyone else in the class had used.

    “No, it’s not bigoted,” insisted my daughter, “and the medical term to describe the condition is ‘dwarfism,’ not ‘little people-ism’!”

    For this insubordination — the crime of knowing more than her teacher, and revealing it — the teacher compelled my daughter to stand in a hallway corner for the better part of an hour.

    I raised hell with the teacher and administrators. I submitted copious documentation, including links to websites run by dwarves in which they referred to themselves very proudly as “dwarves.” Indeed, I submitted materials confirming that there is a vocal plurality among dwarves who think, reasonably enough, that the clinically accurate term “dwarf” is much preferable to the patronizing “Little People”; their argument is that “You might as well call us ‘Munchkins’ as ‘Little People.’”

    Eventually the teacher was forced to make a non-apology apology to my daughter, and to publicly correct himself to the entire classroom that had witnessed his own ignorant and bigoted persecution of my daughter. But of course there were no permanent consequences of any sort, and fortunately, my daughter’s performance in English was so strong that even a vengeful and petty teacher couldn’t find a good excuse to cut her grade without that being obvious retaliation.

    Beldar (1a3f6b)

  66. I thought the M word was “moron”, a word that Johnson can use without offense.

    But don’t YOU try to use it: he’ll be all, “Only WE can use that word!”

    arik (f58171)

  67. 58. 60/. Comment by Elephant Stone (65d289) — 12/16/2012 @ 12:01 pm

    You’re correct that the Oxycontin caused damage to his hearing.

    I don’t believe he’s ever actually said that, and at the time it apparently was not quite actually attributed to it by his doctors.

    But it makes sense. It makes even more sense if the black market drugs he was getting did that to him – and maybe it wasn’t only oxycontin.

    My father’s hearing got further damaged – beyond what the typhus did, and later the airplane he sat in in 1951 – by some sort of vitamin.

    First the doctor gave some vitamin that improved his hearing and then he gave him something else that made it worse, and he kept on insisting it would help. (as I understand the story)

    That was about 1954. He had nerve deafness.

    It didn’t proceed to the end, like I guess it did with Rush Limbaugh.

    [It got somewhat worse after (I think his first) surgery in 1994 to the point where he could not use the telephone at all intelligibly. I guess you could compare that to post-polio syndrome. (paralysis coming back because there's less that you can afford to lose]

    Anyway, I suspect it may have been something Rush Limbaugh was taking that caused his deafness, but not necessarily oxycontin. Otherwise it should be more common.

    I’ll go further. I have always suspected some people who wanted him off the air did that to him. They gave him something.

    And I haven’t heard anything that would rule that out.

    He now uses a cochlear implant

    The only bionic talk radio show host he called himself once.

    and a hearing aid.

    Would he benefit from a hearing aid? He has a cochlear implant in one ear. When he doesn’t want to be bothered he turns it off.

    He can’t hear music, and can’t learn any new songs (or so we were told) He seems to be able to mimic voices that he probably didn’t hear before 2001. But maybe his music repertoire is strictly Twentieth Century.

    He can’t distinguish between multiple voices. The hearing is somewhat crude with a cochlear implant. Limbaugh said it works with some people, not so good with others. The brain adjusts and interprets the sound.

    When Rush Limbaugh watches TV he uses the (slightly inaccurate and mildly politically biased) closed captioning. I don’t know if he knows it is biased. On the radio show, he manages without it being typed, although he originally hired the lady (Diane?) who does his transcripts for the radio show. After a couple of month , he got his cochlear implant. Now he uses them to keep the record straight. It was bad for him when he had no hearing at all, and he says he was told the voices of people who have no hearing at all get bad after a while. Loud, incoherent.

    Sammy Finkelman (dcc9ca)

  68. Everything’s hidden beneath the bottom of the screen (unless you look) before you send it.

    Elephant Stone said: “You’re correct that the Oxycontin caused damage to his hearing.”

    and: “He now uses a cochlear implant”

    And:

    “and a hearing aid.”

    Sammy Finkelman (dcc9ca)

  69. nk,

    For a guy who has his own health issues, you sure do lack compassion for other people’s health issues.

    I’d say that for a guy who didn’t go to grad school, Rush is still doing pretty well for himself.

    Elephant Stone (65d289)

  70. You know who is the future, pikachu, Gavin Newsom, now wrap a muffin around that,

    Kimberly Guilfoyle might have some things to say about Lt. Gov. Newsome – who, with the diagnosis of Prostate Cancer for Moonbeam, may become Governor sooner than he anticipated.

    askeptic (2bb434)

  71. 70.nk,

    For a guy who has his own health issues, you sure do lack compassion for other people’s health issues.

    True. No argument. And Limbaugh dresses like a woman, too. Sissy blue pants and loafers without socks.

    nk (875f57)

  72. Comment by Elephant Stone (65d289) — 12/16/2012 @ 5:06 pm

    I’d say that for a guy who didn’t go to grad school, Rush is still doing pretty well for himself.

    He quit college. He couldn’t take it after about one year. Like most people who learn on their own, he knows more than most people who went to college.

    Sammy Finkelman (fac2c6)

  73. Limbaugh has an RSS feed that picks up his name each each time it’s mentioned on the internet, the narcissistic Canadian blowhard. Let’s see if his staff reacts to this.

    And his illegal purchases of oxycontin were a crime. And he’s likely back on it. Just smarter on how to get it. Addiction is hard to cure.

    nk (875f57)

  74. Jon Stewart went to William and Mary, and his ignorance is legendary,

    narciso (ee31f1)

  75. nk,

    Good Lord.

    Rush’s family is several generations deep in Cape Girardeau, Missouri—he’s not Canadian.

    Maybe you should take some pain killers to deal with that aggravated nerve of yours that flares up every time Rush’s name is mentioned.
    You harbor so much anger toward him.
    He got addicted to oxycontin—but that doesn’t make him a bad person.

    Elephant Stone (65d289)

  76. I imagine 99% of William and Mary graduates are never known for nothing.

    nk (875f57)

  77. I believe everything I read in Wikipedia. ;) ;) ;)

    That Wikipedia entry is a lie. Gerard Depardieu is a French actor. Rush Limabaugh is a Canadian clown.

    nk (875f57)

  78. I was listening to the fat*** druggie, on the radio, before there was internet. He, the fat*** druggie said he was from Canada.

    nk (875f57)

  79. NK, I don’t why Rush would have said he’s Canadian, unless it was part of a joke of some sort.
    Everyone knows he’s from Cape Girardeau, MO.

    Then again, maybe the voices inside your head are telling you things. Or maybe your pain killers are playing tricks on you.

    Can we agree that Santa Claus is from Ecuador ? Or are you going to assert he’s from the North Pole ?

    Elephant Stone (65d289)

  80. If this were a Republican, I would be taking a lot of BS on it at all the holiday parties I have been at. I still get a lot of BS for being conservative in a blue state. (I wish I were in AZ.)

    AZ Bob (1c9631)

  81. It’s like the robotic tentacles of Dr. Octavius, they speak to him.

    narciso (ee31f1)

  82. No, he’s Belgian like Aristotle, try to keep up, ES,

    narciso (ee31f1)

  83. NK, you’re imagining things, as usual. Limbaugh has never claimed to be Canadian. And he has not been convicted of any crime. The crime he was charged with is so ridiculous that to the best of my knowledge nobody has ever been convicted of it, indeed as far as I know nobody but Limbaugh has ever been charged with it, and that charge was dropped. He has denied all wrongdoing, and I know of no evidence to the contrary; do you?

    Milhouse (15b6fd)

  84. All this crap “he” spouts on the radio is a large production team and a computer-generated voice.

    What on earth are you talking about? He’s deaf, not dumb! His voice is his own, and his words are his own.

    And Limb Bough’s (sic) “cochlear implant” can only work through a computer. His show is typed to him.

    You really are full of sh*t. Can you really not know what a cochlear implant is?! It lets him hear; that’s what they do. It’s not perfect, but nothing has to be typed to him! Really, what on earth are you talking about?

    Milhouse (15b6fd)

  85. “And he has not been convicted of any crime.”

    That’s a pity. It would have served his fat, worthless ass right if he’d gotten a dose of the medicine he spent so many years ardently prescribing for other dopers.

    Dave Surls (46b08c)

  86. Holy God. This guy is like a one-man cheech and chong. If only he knew he was a joke.

    Thanks, Patterico. I needed that laugh.

    Ghost (2d8874)

  87. That’s a pity. It would have served his fat, worthless ass right if he’d gotten a dose of the medicine he spent so many years ardently prescribing for other dopers.

    Well, yeah, in that sense it would have served him right, but the distinction he draws is that they are breaking an actual law. They couldn’t prove he had broken the law (he denies it to this day), and the law he was charged with breaking is so ridiculous that as far as I know nobody else has ever been charged with it, and it would be difficult to convince a jury that it’s a real law.

    Milhouse (15b6fd)

  88. For instance, he has openly said that if tobacco should ever be banned he would have to stop smoking, and he’d be OK with that.

    Milhouse (15b6fd)

  89. “…but the distinction he draws is that they are breaking an actual law.”

    Yeah, so was he.

    And, it’s a shame they let him plead out, instead of doing to him what he spent years advocating doing to others.

    It would have served him right.

    Dave Surls (46b08c)

  90. Yeah, so was he.

    How do you know? Not only is the “law” he was charged with not an actual law (since it is never enforced), nobody ever proved that he broke it.

    Milhouse (15b6fd)

  91. Good sinecures for pathetic morons in the US House of Representatives!

    mojo (8096f2)

  92. Kimberly Guilfoyle might have some things to say about Lt. Gov. Newsome

    Kimberly oh my
    va-va-v00m just for starters
    Teh Chubwa is on

    Colonel Haiku (c0bf48)

  93. Colonel Haiku,

    While you and I are obsessing over the fine mind belonging to Kimberly Guilfoyle, our buddy nk will be obsessing over Rush Limbaugh’s Canadian birth certificate.
    There may be a joke there about nk and Canadian Bacon, but I prefer to focus on Ms. Guilfoyle as “Rice-a-Roni, the San Francisco Treat.”

    Elephant Stone (65d289)

  94. This thread went disastrously off the rails, and lost focus on how scary midgets, clowns, and stupid people can be. Venn diagrams overlap.

    JD (661f29)

  95. JD,

    Speaking of clowns, how ’bout that Pete Carroll fake punt in the 4th quarter when he was ahead by 30 points ?!

    It is big boy football, they all get paid, and it is Buffalo’s responsibility to stop them, but I just remember how Pete blew up at Jim Harbaugh when Harbaugh’s Stanford team went for a two point conversion in the 4th quarter of a game where Stanford was only ahead by 27 points.

    That was the famous post-game handshake when Carroll asked Harbaugh, “What’s your deal ?” and Harbaugh merely replied, “What’s YOUR deal ?”

    Classic !

    Their teams meet next Sunday.
    Can’t wait.

    Elephant Stone (65d289)

  96. Well absurdity ended up being observed, but not in the way we intended,

    narciso (ee31f1)

  97. That fits with his character, or lack thereof, ES. I hope the 49ers leave a mushroom bruise on his forehead.

    JD (661f29)

  98. “This thread went disastrously off the rails…”

    There’s only so many ways you can say what a moron Hank Johnson is.

    Might as well talk about something else.

    Dave Surls (46b08c)

  99. Comment by Milhouse (15b6fd) — 12/16/2012 @ 10:46 pm

    or instance, he has openly said that if tobacco should ever be banned he would have to stop smoking, and he’d be OK with that.

    I missed that, but I know he smokes, or smoked, e-cigarettes, and delighted in fooling some anti-smoking vigilantes. There’s no slipstream smoke there, and no cancer causing tar, just heart disease causing nicotine. (and maybe all the other non-lung problems)

    Sammy Finkelman (70b0bc)

  100. Doesn’t he smoke cigars any more? At any rate, this was when he did.

    Milhouse (15b6fd)


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