02/29/2016 01:37 pm ET

Gitmo's Closing, So Now Where Do We Keep Falsely Imprisoned People?

A lot of available spaces out there.

President Obama recently announced that his administration is moving forward with plans to close Guantanamo Bay. But that leaves a lot of unanswered questions, first and foremost: Where do we keep people we've detained for seemingly no reason at all? 

Here are just a few places where there's a lot of empty space available.

  • Stacey Dash's schedule for the next few months.
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  • The space between a CNN host asking Donald Trump about white supremacists endorsing him and Donald Trump not rejecting their endorsements.
  • Kanye West's rear end, because there's nothing there, most certainly not fingers.
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  • Defunct Blockbuster stores. If they haven't already been used to store old Radio Shack stock.
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  • The list of Wall Street execs who have gone to prison for fraudulent banking practices.
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  • The group of GOP presidential nominees. A lot of recent vacancies.
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  • Golden Corral restaurants. No one eating will notice since they’re too busy trying not to be seen at a Golden Corral.
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  • That empty chasm inside you, where hopes and dreams and optimism used to live.
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