The Week in Pictures: Die Harder Edition

The spectacular fall of leftist poster boy Sam Bankman-Fried is another reminder that leftist dreams die hard, which is a good reminder that it is time once again to screen the Greatest Christmas Movie Ever Made. After all, Bankman-Fried fell harder than Hans Gruber from the top of Nakatomi Tower. Meanwhile Musk continues to annoy the left, which ought to inspire lyricists everywhere to come up with new verses for “The Twelve Days of Christmas”—”On the first day of Christmas/My true Musk gave to me/an online free speech decree. . .” Better than Trump trading cards I think.

Dude—don’t you know you’re supposed to fist-bump?

More evidence that the mainstream media aren’t just biased: they are clearly morons.

Headlines of the week:

Okay, I believe this hed is fake.

I definitely want to go to this bar.

Important safety tip.

And finally. . .

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