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by Professor Zorkophsky, ©2020

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(Oct. 27, 2020) — “And the Angels Sing” (3:19)

“Good evening, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to ‘The Pulse of the Nation,’ the place to hear it here first. With us today is retired Chicago Detective Sam who has something to say about child exploitation. Welcome to the show, Sam.”

“So glad to be here, Professor. Used to watch ‘Pulse’ on the tube with my pet rat, Ben.”

“Please, Sam, call me ‘Zork’; it makes for a more relaxing atmosphere. So was Ben a big ferocious rat that attacked strangers?”

“You mean like a guard rat?”


“No. He was a small white rat. I was at the pet store  — buying fish food — and the person in front of me was buying little white rats for a snake and one got loose and jumped on my shirt and hid in my pocket. I figured it was meant to be so I bought it. Had him for sixteen years. He just passed away a year and two months ago.”

“Sorry to hear that. So what did you do while a policeman?”

“We call ourselves a ‘law enforcement officer’ these days, Zork. I was a proud member of the ‘Child Exploitation Unit.’”

“Great, so if you had the information our FBI Director Christopher Wray had about underage girls and stuff like that on Hunter Biden’s computer, what would be his excuse to sit on it and not say a word?”

“And if it wasn’t for the computer repairman coming forward, FBI Director Wray would still be keeping the information secret. So – and there’s no way around it – the FBI Director must be listed as an accomplice to the fact.”

“This time in plain English, please.”

“The law states that a child exploitation crime must be reported to the proper authorities immediately, and not sit on it for ten months. The FBI Director sat on it, ergo he needs to answer for his lapse of judgment.”

“And what would that judgment be?”

“Five to ten.”

“Well, thank you for setting us straight, Sam. And that’ll do it for us so I’ll be saying goodnight: Goodnight.”

“Good show. Burger time: my treat.”

I Want to be Free” (2:34)

Professor Zorkophsky





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