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November 29, 2022

I Can’t Stop Staring at This Picture of Benajmin Bankes Hamming It Up

Live long and porkchopWhile I was cruising the webernet in search for God knows what, I stumbled across this picture of Feed the Pig spokeswine Benjamin Bankes at the South Dakota CPA Society's Facebook page and it's frightening but I can't stop looking at it.

I know he can't help it, but look at the way those ears lay on his head and how he's waving his giant, porky hoof-hand that has gently encouraged many spendthrifts to put coins in that perpetually black pig hole.

And his dissheveled look — shirt collar open, tie crooked, untucked; bacon in the hot sun, convincing Americans to save money is hard you know, especially when some of them are hasseling you for oinking PSAs during Rush Limbaugh.

But all that rooting for saving keeps things from getting boaring, I guess. 

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