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November 29, 2013


Nigeria sharia police smash 240,000 bottles of beer

(Thanks to Mag Last)


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In retaliation, the UN has threatened to step up Bud Lite strikes.

Empty ones? Don't they know they're worth at least a dime apiece in Wisconsin?

240,000 bottles of beer on the wall...

Whew ... This is going to take a while.

I hope it was cheap beer

I do not approve of drinking alcohol.
Therefore, YOU are not allowed to drink.
Can someone describe this type of logic?
Without curse words?

The Nigerians would have a rough time of it on a typical American college campus...hell, 240,000 bottles wouldn't put a dent in your average-sized frathouse stash...

Bluto is horrified.

We're talking about Boko Haram, an Islamist movement dedicated to bringing Sharia law to the region. Breaking bottles of beer is nothing compared to the wholesale murder of Christians and sacking of churches in the region.

I, for one, welcome our new Islamic overlords.......

geez , have these nuts[beer] no respect for others, send in the drones
[to drop pizza and six packs] in International Aid

Got some good targets for that Coors freight train. Mashed mullah.

I'll bet they allow Absolut.

And the evil empire responsible for this undesirable state of internal tension? Hint: it isn't France.

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