Here's to you, Joe. As others have already noted - You're no quitter!
You can go home now. Hopefully, to Kansas.
Perhaps the most interesting aspect of the odyssey of Joe the Teabagger between summer and winter solstices, has been the amazing arc of his rise in popularity, from Fairbanks divorce attorney and conservative activist, to slayer of the Murkowski dynasty; followed so soon by his plummet, the beginnings of which coincided with the handcuffing of Hopfinger, to one of the most widely derided figures in Alaska political history.
And, yes. Those are the same handcuffs used by William Fulton to handcuff Tony Hopfinger, back on October 17th. I bought them from Fulton the week after Thanksgiving. Bill guarantees they are the same ones. Ray Metcalfe went in on it with me, 50/50%.
$40.00. Smith & Wesson Model M-100.