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Editorial cartoons: What use was Charles Manson’s second cellphone anyway?


Ted Rall / For the Times


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I mean, who's he going to call? Roman Polanski?


You don't want to know where he hid his iPad.


There's a Sarah Palin book on the shelf. Are you really equating Manson and Palin? Try thinking for once. I know it hurts. But please just try.


I love these cartoons. Yeah there's a Sarah Pallin book on the shelf. That's hilarious!



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