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Following the drunken debate over whether Japanese food is better than Chinese, the gang tackles the question that tantalized a nation for a few news cycles: Is President Obama really a Muslim?

In Slaughterhouse, IRREVERENT's new intern MAX POWER gets his first taste of life in the big city covering one of the biggest environmental stories Hidden Bunker has ever seen. 

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In Part 2, the gang meets the mysterious and powerful Wizard Shoesalesman Guy, who sends them on their next quest to free Cynthia from the horrible K-Mart slippers!

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Chances are, you haven't heard that the Supreme Court this year overturned an old ban on corporations spending money to influence elections. They did, you can Google it. It's out there. If you really, really want to, you can read it for yourself right from the horse's mouth, or opposite orifice depending on your stance I guess. It's 183 pages of creamy lawyerly goodness. It came out of that big building in D.C. with the pretty columns outside that's bursting with lawyers. No, that's the Congress, I meant the other one. Hell, it's on Mapquest.

Now the Supreme Court rules on lots of stuff nobody cares about. For instance, I'll bet you didn't care at all about their ruling in "Conkright v. Frommert" either. This had something to do with pension plans and how the accountants at Xerox figured them out. The court wisely decided that "people make mistakes," and that "most of the factual details [were] unnecessary" to their decision. They decided a bunch of other stuff too, but none of it was funny so I sort of spaced out and got another beer.