Life imitates seinfeld

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Last updated on June 15th, 2017 at 01:14 pm


The never-before-seen transcripts of Councilman Allan Jennings’ closed-door misconduct hearings portray a legislator whose conduct toward women staffers raged out of control …

Both said Jennings drove his car quickly, stopped short and reached his arm out over their breasts …


Frank: Where’s your friend Kramer?

Jerry: I don’t know. Why?

Frank: Because I’m looking for him. That’s why. He stopped short.

Jerry: What do you mean?

Frank: In a car, with my wife. He stopped short. You think I don’t know what that’s about? That’s my old move! I used it on Estelle forty years ago! I told everybody about it! Everybody knows! [Demonstrates] Hmmph! I stopped short.

Jerry: Really, stopping short. That’s a good move.

Frank: You’re not kidding it’s a good move!

It is a good move. Please offer other good moves in comments.

Posted by Tim B. on 04/18/2005 at 09:18 AM
    1. At the office, nothing says “good job” like an open-palmed slap of the behind!

      /aknowledgement to Family Guy

      Posted by Matt in Denver on 04/18 at 09:30 AM • #


    1. The popcorn trick.

      Posted by Joe Geoghegan on 04/18 at 09:58 AM • #


    1. Prime minister Zapatero’s “Standard Kennedy Handshake”:

      At least, she looks happy enough.

      Posted by jorgen on 04/18 at 10:22 AM • #


    1. “I’m too tired/drunk to drive home.  I’ll sleep on the couch and won’t bug you–I swear!”

      Posted by Patricia on 04/18 at 11:20 AM • #


    1. “Wanna see the lights on my stereo?” (This actually worked. Once.)

      Posted by Jim Treacher on 04/18 at 11:40 AM • #


    1. Being a gentleman.  (Apparently a lost art).

      Posted by Achillea on 04/18 at 05:25 PM • #


    1. Gentlemen don’t usually try to cop feels, Achillea.

      Posted by Andrea Harris, Administrator on 04/18 at 06:07 PM • #


    1. I’m on to you guys who stand IN the doorway while holding open the door (leaving about a 6 inch gap between you and the door jamb)?  It’s like playing vertical limbo getting out of an elevator.

      Posted by debo on 04/18 at 06:21 PM • #


    1. ‘Colleague’ of mine, who is, incidentally, the biggest bleeding-heart leftie moonbat in the whole place, was notorious amongst female staff for the door-holding manouevre, and for reaching across them to press buttons in the lift (elevator).

      Posted by cuckoo on 04/18 at 06:30 PM • #


    1. Crashing into a tree at high speed- if you survive, a near death experience is quite arousing (but head/facial injuries caused by being flung through the windscreen can be a real turn-off; be sure to carry paper sacks in your trunk).

      Posted by Habib on 04/18 at 07:48 PM • #


    1. Anybody remember the movie (American Pie I think?) where the guy takes his date to the movies, places a tub of popcorn in his lap, pokes a hole in the bottom and inserts his penis, whereupon his date then grabs a handfull.

      Now that’s a move.

      Posted by joe bagadonuts on 04/18 at 08:19 PM • #


    1. “Do you like chicken”?

      Posted by Habib on 04/18 at 08:29 PM • #


    1. #11:

      The movie is “Diner.”

      Posted by Bud Norton on 04/18 at 08:45 PM • #


    1. Win Powerball!

      Posted by Razor on 04/19 at 02:33 AM • #


  1. Good move: taking a right-hand curve (guess you folks have to do it on a left-hander) so fast that she must slide over into your seat.

    Bad move: taking it fast enough to frighten both her and yourself. Know your limits!

    Posted by bovious on 04/19 at 09:16 AM • #