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September 08, 2008

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Remember the Clarence Thomas trial? IT was HAIR-assment, or ha-RASSment, depending on who you were.

Hee. I'd not heard the "Cuber" thing from JFK, but it reminds me a little of "Lady Dianer," which always made me laugh.

"Uncle Clarence, can you use 'harassment' in a sentence?"

"Sure Judy. When I was a circuit court judge, Anita Hill's great administrative skills and brilliant counsel meant a lot to me. But not as much as harassment! Heh-heh-heh!"

"Uncle Clarence, that settles it. I'm voting for Obama!"

Am I the only person who remembers Jimmy Carter saying "nukier"? And he was a nuclear engineer.

@Janet: I remember it, too!

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