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July 11, 2004

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Adam Kotsko

So the implication is that it's unacceptable to make jokes about having sex with thirteen-year-old girls. Duly noted.

ogged

I thought the implication was that sex with 13-year-olds is great politics.

SomeCallMeTim

I have to admit that I've always had a soft spot in my heart for Atwater. Yes, I know that he was a minion of Satan put on earth to cause mankind pain; I guess I'll forgive a lot from someone who takes such glee in their work.

Carlos

I've occasionally wondered why Tic thinks 'duly' means 'insolently'.

belle

Adam, there's nothing wrong with it in principle, but when you are actually talking to the 13-year-olds in question, it's a bit creepy. It'll put a hurt on the mood of your slumber party, I'm telling you.

quartz

You know when I heard that Atwater had a brain tumor, my first thought was "That explains it!"

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