Track #348: You’d Leave Me for Somebody New

348 You'd Leave Me for Somebody New

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  1. Can you just imagine?

    Painted lettering on door:

    Sign below the first:
    Per order of President Kitsch


    On separate but somewhat related note… How many teachers are of the Repub bent, do you suppose? I have a hard time imagining that there are many.

    Ergo: Presidential Hopeful Kitsch is probably banking on the fact he’s not going to pick up the Teacher’s Union vote…

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