For a brief second, Houston man puts down his Rob Liefeld comics and thinks about how this sexual harassment is very institutionalized.

For a brief second, Houston man puts down his Rob Liefeld comics and thinks about how this sexual harassment is very institutionalized.

 Wannabe comedian, Andrew Wainwright, put down his comic book, looked around, and wondered briefly, "Boy, there must be a lot of sexual harassment in Houston even. Probably horrific stuff even. Probably Bill Cosby level stuff is going around here in Houston. There's probably secret rooms full of stuff like that, especially in the local comedy scene. Man."

He even went on to wonder, "I wonder if people have heard a bunch of rumors, but because they have no concrete evidence they can't go forward to the police without getting sued for potential libel and damages? That'd probably suck, even though the rumors seem to keep passing around." "Oh well, I'm just going to continue reading this really popular Rob Liefeld comic book, the one that's not Deadpool, and just think about all those secret rooms of information that could or could not be full of Bill Cosby-esque reveals," he said as he went back to it, reading the really popular Rob Liefeld comic book from the '90s. 

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