Words have meanings

What is the difference between a bag man and a hit man?


The National Enquirer “bag man” is apparently our old pal Larry Nichols, with recycled poop that didn’t stick in 1992.

Bag man, errrr hit man! That sounds much better!

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6 Responses to Words have meanings

  1. briand75 says:

    This fellow aside – is there anyone who believes Hillary doesn’t have a hit man or 20 in her nefarious posse of political operatives?

    Time to get real folks. This is the most dangerous person ever to approach the White House. If Hillary gets in – this nation is done. If we somehow think that is acceptable, then God help us – save us from ourselves.

  2. JayMar says:

    I find it incredible that we, as a nation, dig into Trump’s past “misdeeds” and yet give a pass to the Clinton Crime Family for currently ongoing felonies and personal scandals. We have reached a point of liberal social erosion that have placed our country in a respirator. Washington has become a pustulant mass of corruption, with our elite becoming millionaires within a few months of fraud-laced elections. Our public servants have become our lord and masters. We have become a nation of followers with no leaders, sheep without shepherds. This is not what I envisioned what my last years would bring.

    I have become so apathetical that I see no point in voting. Really, I don’t give a damn anymore who wins. The way I see it, WE THE PEOPLE will lose.

  3. JayMar says:

    The Illusion of Free Choice

  4. Fred Stiening says:

    “Beyond Freedom and Dignity” is good bedtime reading

  5. JayMar says:

    I like BF Skinner. BMod. I used a lot of his techniques when I was young. For personal motivation and enhancement.

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