Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Infamy!

That other guy over there is to blame:
The Chicago Sun-Times reported Wednesday that the former media baron [Conrad Black] filed suit in the Cook County Circuit Court in Chicago, alleging Radler hurt the value of Black's stake in Horizon Publications Inc., a U.S.-based chain of small newspapers.

The suit claims Radler illegally added shareholders and debt to Horizon, which the suit refers to as the "Cain-like betrayal of Lord Black," according to the report. The suit also calls Radler "an infamous Canadian citizen."
It's Cain-like because Radler totally killed Black after the two took turns chatting with God. One Lord to another in Black's case.

6 comments:

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Or else he started selling crappy pizza.

P.S. Cain said tonight the U.S. should have flat tax at 9%, because 10% is enough for Jesus.
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Substance McGravitas said...

P.S. Cain said tonight the U.S. should have flat tax at 9%, because 10% is enough for Jesus.

That is excellent.

Smut Clyde said...

Have you no respect for the classics?

Smut Clyde said...

because 10% is enough for Jesus.

Apart from that bit in Matthew 22 about "paying taxes to the secular government".

vacuumslayer said...

Related?

Big Bad Bald Bastard said...

Or else he started selling crappy pizza.

He betrayed me by putting anchovies on my damn pizza!

Actually, I like anchovies- a local pizzeria does a pizza with anchovies and chunks of garlic on a bed of marinara sauce, senza formaggio, and it's awesome.