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Sometimes irony can be pretty ironic -- Brown

Oh, the irony of poetic justice.
Every once in a while it happens.
In the Bible story of Esther, Jew hater Haman was hung on the same gallows he’d originally set up to hang Queen Esther’s Jewish uncle.
In the Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade movie, the Nazi double agent who claimed to “believe” in the grail, but secretly loved the swastika, fell to her death after greedily reaching for the grail.
After November midterms, it seemed poetic justice had struck again when the worst Congress in modern day history who has made an art form out ...


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