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As she was flying down the road, a woman passed over a bridge only to find a cop with a radar gun on the other side lying in wait.

The cop pulled her over, walked up to the car, with that classic patronizing smirk we all know and love, asked, ‘what is your hurry?

To which she replied ” I am late for work”.

“Oh yeah, and what do you do?” said the cop.

I am a rectum stretcher,’ she responded.

The cop stammered, “A what? A rectum stretcher? And just what does a rectum stretcher do?”

“Well,” she said, “I start by inserting one finger, then work my way up to two fingers, then three, then four, then with my whole hand in. I work from side to side until I can get both hands in, and then I slowly but surely stretch it, until it is about six feet wide’.

“And just what the hell do you do with a 6 foot asshole?”, he asked.

“You give him a radar gun and park him behind a bridge”.

Traffic Ticket $95.00
Court Costs $45.00
Look on the cop’s face PRICELESS


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Kilroy was here!

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He is engraved in stone in the National War Memorial in Washington, DC, back in a small alcove where very few people have seen it. For the WWII generation, this will bring back memories. For you younger folks, it’s a bit of trivia that is a part of our American history. Anyone born in 1913 to about 1950, is familiar with Kilroy. No one knew why he was so well known, but everybody seemed to get into it.

So who was Kilroy?

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In 1946 the American Transit Association, through its radio program, “Speak to America,” sponsored a nationwide contest to find the real Kilroy, offering a prize of a real trolley car to the person who could prove himself to be the genuine article. Almost 40 men stepped forward to make that claim, but only James Kilroy from Halifax, Massachusetts, had evidence of his identity.

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‘Kilroy’ was a 46-year old shipyard worker during the war who worked as a checker at the Fore River Shipyard in Quincy. His job was to go around and check on the number of rivets completed. Riveters were on piecework and got paid by the rivet. He would count a block of rivets and put a check mark in semi-waxed lumber chalk, so the rivets wouldn’t be counted twice. When Kilroy went off duty, the riveters would erase the mark. Later on, an off-shift inspector would come through and count the rivets a second time, resulting in double pay for the riveters.

One day Kilroy’s boss called him into his office. The foreman was upset about all the wages being paid to riveters, and asked him to investigate. It was then he realized what had been going on. The tight spaces he had to crawl in to check the rivets didn’t lend themselves to lugging around a paint can and brush, so Kilroy decided to stick with the waxy chalk. He continued to put his check mark on each job he inspected, but added ‘KILROY WAS HERE’ in king-sized letters next to the check, and eventually added the sketch of the chap with the long nose peering over the fence and that became part of the Kilroy message.

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Once he did that, the riveters stopped trying to wipe away his marks. Ordinarily the rivets and chalk marks would have been covered up with paint. With the war on, however, ships were leaving the Quincy Yard so fast that there wasn’t time to paint them. As a result, Kilroy’s inspection “trademark” was seen by thousands of
servicemen who boarded the troopships the yard produced.

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His message apparently rang a bell with the servicemen, because they picked it up and spread it all over Europe and the South Pacific.

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Before war’s end, “Kilroy” had been here, there, and everywhere on the long hauls to Berlin and Tokyo. To the troops outbound in those ships, however, he was a complete mystery; all they knew for sure was that someone named Kilroy had “been there first.” As a joke, U.S. servicemen began placing the graffiti wherever they landed, claiming it was already there when they arrived.

Kilroy became the U.S. super-GI who had always “already been” wherever GIs went. It became a challenge to place the logo in the most unlikely places imaginable
it is said to be atop Mt. Everest, the Statue of Liberty, the underside of the Arc de Triomphe, and even scrawled in the dust on the moon.

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As the war went on, the legend grew. Underwater demolition teams routinely sneaked ashore on Japanese-held Islands in the Pacific to map the terrain for coming invasions by U.S. troops (and thus, presumably, were the first GI’s there). On one occasion, however, they reported seeing enemy troops painting over the Kilroy logo!

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In 1945, an outhouse was built for the exclusive use of Roosevelt, Stalin, and Churchill at the Potsdam conference. Its’ first occupant was Stalin, who emerged and
asked his aide (in Russian), “Who is Kilroy?”

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To help prove his authenticity in 1946, James Kilroy brought along officials from the shipyard and some of the riveters. He won the trolley car, which he gave to
his nine children as a Christmas gift and set it up as a playhouse in the Kilroy yard in Halifax, Massachusetts.

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And The Tradition Continues…

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EVEN Outside Osama Bin Laden’s House!!!

GOD BLESS OUR VETERANS!

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Wednesday’s Hero – 15 Oct 2014 – George H. Kirk, Sr.

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George H. Kirk, Sr.
George H. Kirk, Sr.
82 years old
3rd Marine Division
May 25, 1917 – October 28, 1999
U.S. Marines

George Kirk, Sr. was a Marine and a Navajo Code Talker who passed away in 1999. Recently his uniform was set to go up for auction but thankfully Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly heard about it and was able to get it returned to the tribe.

You can read more about this story here

These brave men and women sacrifice so much in their lives just so others may get to enjoy freedom. For that I am proud to call them Hero. Those Who Say That We’re In A Time When There Are No Heroes, They Just Don’t Know Where To Look

Wounded Warrior Project – Because So Many Have Come Back With Injuries, Seen And Unseen

This post is part of the Wednesday Hero Blogroll. For more information about Wednesday Hero, or if you would like to post it on your site, you can go here.

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Bullsh$t

After a dispute with a police officer a burka clad women makes false accusations of racism and bigotry against the police officer. Thankfully a camera on the police car recorded the truth!

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Silly Sunday

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An elderly married couple was at home watching TV.

The husband had the remote and was switching back and forth between a fishing channel and the porn channel.

The wife became more and more annoyed and finally said: “For god’s sake! Leave it on the porn channel. You know how to fish!”



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Feline Friday

A special thanks to Sandee at Comedy Plus for taking care of Feline Friday for me. Huggs & Kisses Sandee!

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Thank you Sandee!

Thank you to Sandee for riding herd on the Feline Friday gang!

My sister-in-law (Sally) and neice-in-law (Beth) moved to Florida and stayed with us for a while. I had to give up my computer room / office / MAN CAVE for a bed room. In order to make room I had to take apart my computer, printer, and “junk” table out of the room.

Sally had a jo9b waiting for her here so we had a little chance to visit. So, Beth Pat and I went out looking for a house for them to rent. We saw some great houses with fantastic rent. Actually I found a great house that I’d like but Pat said no to us moving there. It was on a canal that led to a river that eventually went into the Gulf. The price was reasonable but it was in a flood zone and had mosquitoes.

They found a house about 4 blocks away from us. Then Beth found a job so getting them moved in was a slow process. I now finally have my Man Cave back and am slowly moving my stuff back in.

Things will still be a little slow from my end for a little while.

BTW I’m having trouble accessing my email but that should be taken care of over the weekend.

Thanks for hanging in there with me.

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