“His free will was overwhelmed and he capitulated,” –Justice Charles Vaillancourt, April 21, 2016.

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5 comments on ““His free will was overwhelmed and he capitulated,” –Justice Charles Vaillancourt, April 21, 2016.
  1. tyrone says:

    Good to see that the Reverend Dr. Don Meredith was also there to lay his healing hands upon ol duff.

  2. Wetherspoons says:

    This is quite excellent. This saga really does have allegorical potential of generous proportion!

  3. daveS says:

    TinEye search brings up:
    The Triumph of Bacchus by Cornelis de Vos (1584–1651) in the Prado, based on a Rubens sketch.
    A nice small canvas Dimensions 180 × 295 cm (70.9 × 116.1 in).
    Commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:The_Triumph_of_Bacchus_by_Cornelis_de_Vos

  4. ChosenBarley says:

    You have outdone yourselves with that “painting”. Thanks to daveS. Never heard of TinEye, though.

  5. OJM says:

    That’s Mulcair on the ass, yes?

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