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Quandary Resolution 3178
quisling, hallux, adapt, gadabout

For years no worse than a gadabout and social butterfly, over time Wayne adapted his mindset to a treasonous perspective, after viciously stubbing his hallux on the Statue of Liberty one day and then blaming the United States for it; and from that day on, Wayne's descent to the status of full-on quisling was only a matter of time, so that few of us were surprised to hear he'd facilitated the invasion of scores of militant Canadians into North Dakota.

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