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What ever happend to...

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Spiro Agnew? I loved that little guy.


Charged with accepting bribes while governor and vice-president, he resigned on Oct. 10, 1973. He pleaded no contest to one count of income tax evasion and was sentenced to three years' probation and fined $10,000. In 1983, as a result of a civil suit, he paid Maryland $270,000 as reimbursement for kickbacks he allegedly received. He wrote a novel, The Canfield Decision, in 1976. He died in Sept. 17, 1996 in his home state of Maryland.

 Hsu and Chan Tanaka, Game Designers

I think he meant the weird "Pokemon" Sprio Agnew.


Ah. He's right here.

 Spiro Agnew

Spiro! Spiro Agnew!

Hsu and Chan Tanaka, Game Designers  

What we really need to do is find some other 20th century politicians for him to fight so he can gain levels.


Do you think he could handle Bob Dole?

Bob Dole  

Don't be silly, Dole isn't a "Pokemon." Even Dole knows those little critters don't do anything but say their own name over and over again...

Hey...why's everyone looking at Dole like that?

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