Madoff Boys Guilty

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Of frosting our cookies. It's become something of a bi or a tri weekly occurence for us to receive emails with some iteration of the subject line 'Madoff Bro Pictures' and for us to know we're about to be staring at one or more images of Mark and/or Andy Madoff and a fish. Maybe it's the himbo-esque looks on their faces, maybe it's just their faces, maybe it's me but this has become grating. Now, because these two have apparently done nothing but fishing (and posing) their entire adult lives, we've become something of a minor repository of Madoff family photos that fall under the categories of 'sons' and 'aquatic hunting.' You know what's coming next.





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