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Still Waters

Klingon Resignation Letter By US Politician

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David Waddell no longer wants to live long and prosper on a North Carolina town council board - but was keen for "one last laugh".

http://news.sky.com/...y-us-politician

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Sir Wearer of Hats

What a Merchant Banker.

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davros of skaro

He eats his Gagh cold no doubt.

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Simbi Laveau

North Carolina seems to be a hell hole.

I heard this letter ruined his career, but who knows.

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spartan max2

lol might as well go out like that . Instead of politicians always acting like they have a stick up their ass aka "professional"

North Carolina seems to be a hell hole.

I heard this letter ruined his career, but who knows.

North Carolina was nice when I was there. Why do you call it a hell hole?

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aquatus1

North Carolina seems to be a hell hole.

I heard this letter ruined his career, but who knows.

Yeah, it was kind of a childish thing to do. Strangely, a childish scandal makes people seem less reliable than an ethical scandal.

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moonshadow60

We go through a new crop of counselors in my town continually and Klingon is probably the most civilized of languages to use when tendering your resignation to a hostile town government.

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Skep B

I heard this letter ruined his career, but who knows.

At least he'll get invited to some weird conventions.

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