Thursday, February 5, 2009

Rahm Emmanuel's Apartment...

Okay - as a 'gotcha' story, I think this one is pretty weak - especially considering the Rahm-stories they could be focusing on...

"Rahm Emanuel Lives in Illegal Apartment"

It's apparently about a zoning issue, and whether the 'apartment' is legally "allowed" to be rented in the first place - blah, blah, blah - he's the renter, so it's not his responsibility to check the 'zoning' before he signs a lease - it's the owner's responsibility.

But...

I have to admit that when I put together:

- Rahm Emmanuel...

- Living in someone's basement...

- where he's not supposed to be...

The movie in my head (starring homeowners John & Marsha) is pretty funny.

Marsha: "Did you hear that? There it was again..."

John: "It's nothing - probably just the pipes."

Marsha: "I don't think so - please go down and check it out!"

John: Oh, fer the luvva...Okay, here I go... There, see? There's nothi-HOLY SHIT!!!

Marsha: OhMyGodJohn! What! What's down there?!?

John: It...it's the White House Chief of Staff!! Marsha, get me a broom or something!

Marsha: Oh John, be careful!


Yeah, I know - sick and wrong...

- MuscleDaddy

2 comments:

  1. I see nothing wrong with it at all :D

    It remind me of the South Park episode where Cartman is going through people's houses looking for hippie infestations, which is the funniest one of them all.

    http://www.southparkstudios.com/clips/103809

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