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Monday, July 27, 2015

Confederate-Flag-Clad Stripper at an S.F. Judge's Retirement Party

Posted By on Mon, Jul 27, 2015 at 10:00 AM

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A retirement party at the city courthouse for superior court judge Richard Kramer featured handcuffs, a whip, and a stripper wearing a Confederate battle flag on her clothes. What happened?

· The party planner was from South Carolina and hasn't been watching the news since 1958.

· The stripper was an actual cop.

· The heart wants what the heart wants.

· It was a retirement gift from Judge Judith Scheindlin, who sent her regrets at not being able to attend personally.

· This is nothing, Gavin Newsom had three Ukrainian prostitutes reading Democracy in America at his retirement party.

· The party accidentally got a little offensive, and they decided to go all in.

· This is nothing: Willie Brown webcast his retirement party from Kink.com.

· They thought it wasn’t offensive because the flag came down.

· It was really just a dry run for a scene at Up Your Alley.

· This is what happens when you don’t have a strict Originalist interpretation of the Constitution.



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