Of Trolls and Tubes


It is a beautiful spring day and I have found myself in Washington, DC, with nothing to do for a few hours. The cherry trees are blooming, so I’ve decided to spend some time sitting in Lafayette Park watching the tourists watch the White House, while smoking a good cigar. The surroundings remind me of a rather unfortunate statement made by someone a little further down Pennsylvania Avenue:

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