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Little Hawk BS: The Mother of all BS threads (59138* d) RE: BS: The Mother of all BS threads 07 Oct 18


Indeed, Chongo is about as regular a guy as a Chimp can be. He puts his pants on one leg at a time, goes to the same bar every Friday and Saturday night, tips his hat to ladies, and takes no guff from men. You can't be any more regular than Chongo.

Rapparee is clearly spreading more libelous propaganda in an attempt to damage Chongo's reputation. Whether it is the Democrats or the Republicans who have hired him to do this is unclear, but I suspect it is both of them. They fear Chongo. They know their future will be bleak if he succeeds in getting his message out to the people.

Yes, folks, THE only way to break the stranglehold of those 2 parties on the American psyche is to elect Chongo Chimp and the APP! He will consign them to the dustbin of history and usher in a great new age of peace, brotherhood, and universal gun ownership, not to mention better prices on mangoes and bananas.

Also, women will be encouraged to start wearing skirts again, dressing well, and not walking around in pre-ripped, pre-faded "designer" jeans with their hair dyed some godawful electric blue, hot pink, lime green, and other gross unnatural tones like that, as if they were auditioning for a punk band. Good taste and dignity will return to America!


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