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8 thoughts on “Steve at the meeting

        • bsummers

          Now that’s truly smutty. Talk about sneaking something genuinely pornographic past the moderators! The frikkin’ kid’s name was “Beaver Cleaver“.

          As George Carlin once said, “You don’t have to be Fellini to figure that out!”

          • Able Allen

            It was a simpler time… and people were just as messed up.

          • boatrocker

            Leave it to Beaver and Leslie Neilsen – full circle for Barbara Billingsley in “Airplane”. Yea, I don’t need to post a link as her jive talk is forever burned into our minds.

            Poor Brent Brown, we’ve hijacked the whole point of his cartoon. Forgive us-
            this is what people do when stuck in front of a computer in the daylight hours.

          • Juvenile double entendres! Sophomoric, pun-based innuendo! All with only the most incidental relationship to topical, important, local issues!

            Yeah, that pretty much is the whole point of the cartoon.

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