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Bwoglines: Zodiac Killer Edition

A police sketch of Ted Cru--ahem, the Zodiac Killer.

A police sketch of Ted Cru–ahem, the Zodiac Killer.

Canada is about to get a lot more lit–legislation to legalize marijuana federally will be ready by 2017! What a nice post-4/20 piece of news. (CBC)

A New York Congressman decided to get a little dramatic, saying he would “take cyanide” if Ted Cruz won the Republican presidential nomination. Loos like even his colleagues are pretty sure he’s the Zodiac Killer. (NBC)

Speaking of our friend Mr. Cruz, some Maury Show fans are pretty sure they found the female version of him. The whole scenario is bizarre. (The Daily Mail)

Even though Bernie lost the state, he won the majority of New York’s counties! We bet that has Hillary gnashing her teeth in her sleep at night… (The Hill)

Zodiac Killer via Wikimedia Commons Public Domain 

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