Thursday, February 11, 2016

U.N. Reveals Most Popular Library Book

                The United Nations recently announced that the book most frequently checked out of its New York in-house library in 2015 was “Immunity of Heads of State and State Officials for International Crimes.” The nearly 500-page tome concludes that, in general, current heads of state have immunity but not past ones. The library, named in honor of Dag Hammarskjold, the second Secretary General of the U.N., did not release the names of the borrowers. We can probably guess.

                Other books popular with the U.N. crowd were:
                *”The Progressive Pedophile”
                *”Food Etiquette And Famine: Is Fine Dining Okay While Aiding Starving Populations?”
                *” Smelling the Sulfur: George W. Bush and the U.N.”…and

                *”Eschew the Jew: Why Israel Shouldn’t Exist”
                (Okay, I may have made up the last four titles. May have).

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