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Desc:Corrupt douchebag Jim Gibbons halts his energy bill introduction to text.
Category:Crime, News & Politics
Tags:douchebag, Nevada, Jim Gibbons, texting, selfish
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idk my bf jim
You are in a meeting.

Turn off your god damned cellphone.

You are introducing a bill.

Turn off your god damned cellphone.

You are a selfish prick with an overpriced toy.

Turn off your god damned cellphone.
Sean Robinson
Gibbons is running at about 11% in the polls. He don't have to turn off shiiiiiiit.

At first, I thought he stopped "hearing-to-text." Like, he is against providing text versions for hearing impaired people.

An extra star for my "Oooohhhh. That makes more sense" moment.
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no matter how hard i try i cant come up with anything better than yours, sir

Someone check his Twitter.

If only.

"If we let gays marry, what's next? Blacks wanting to marry too?"

He's a republican.

What a surprise.
He was also lambasted in the media a couple years back for sending 850 texts to his mistress (he denied she was his mistress, and maintained that the texts were helping her with family matters).

For him to do this when so many people still remember that shows how little he gives a fuck.
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