The Week in Pictures: Cartagena Hookers Edition

Well, actually, no, I don’t have any pictures or cartoons of the fast-breaking Cartagena hookers story that Scott mentions below.  But I can’t let Jonah Goldberg have all the fun with this story.  And it’s such great click bait.  Would you really have preferred an Ebola-related edition?  Oh no you wouldn’t!  Shut up.

Obama Superman 2 copy

Sasha Disses Dad copy

Gone Fundraising copy

So when did Rolling Stone become The Onion:

Rolling Stone Krugman copy

Obama Ebola GOP copy

Dallas Ebola copy

Demo Gun copy

Missing Kim copy

Yeah, point this out and Ben Affleck will call you a racist:

Aghan Women copy

Gay Terrorist copy

Walking Dead copy Interrupt T-Shirt copy Toilet Demo copy Dear Wine copy

Hey, with Thanksgiving right around the corner, it is not too early to prepare:

Cook a Turkey copy


Pretty sure this is where William Shatner went to school, too:Walker School copy Gluten Fre Bacon copy Hail Satin copy

Fillion copy

And finally. . .

Hot 162 copy

JOHN adds: Normally I wouldn’t dream of intruding on Steve’s weekly photo collection–I think this is one of the best ever, by the way–but I wouldn’t want any of our readers to be attracted by the post’s title and feel let down because there are no actual photos of Cartagena hookers. So this is to fill the void. Please note that these lovely young ladies are NOT hookers, but they are indeed in Cartagena, which might help to explain why so many Secret Service men and White House aides got in trouble there:


PAUL adds: My wife and I vacationed in Cartagena in 2010. They take beauty seriously, and there’s lots of it.

In the center of the old city, we saw a sidewalk — sort of like Hollywood’s Walk of Fame, though much less extensive — dedicated to beauty pageant winners during the past 50 years or so.

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