Archive | January 25, 2019


The Editor:  Can you answer some questions, LL ?

Answer Cat:  I sure can.

TE:  Our first question is from Benjamin Franklin’s ghost.   Why can’t the government balance a budget ?

AC:   Thanks for the question.  I can address my annual report on the national debt.  The  Federal Government is the most corrupt government in the world.  I can’t spend all day on this, but since War Criminals Bush 41,   Bush 43,  and Obama the national debt has risen so high that it will never, never, ever be repaid.  Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan were/are created by lies from LBJ and both  War Criminal Bushes.

The national debt is so large that we paid 390 BILLION dollars last year in interest.  In ten years it will be almost a TRILLION in interest,  if the USA is still in business.

Our infrastructure is like a third world country.…0.0..0.200.1662.9j5j1……0….1..gws-wiz…..0..0i131j0i10.GUVC82qIm10

Here is why the Socialist/Progressive/Democrats will fail.  Our national debt is THREE TIMES AS LARGE AS ALL OF THE GOLD EVER MINED IN THE HISTORY OF CIVILIZATION.  IT, AGAIN, WILL NEVER BE REPAID.  Our national debt follows the gold article.

It was a special cat…

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Marvin was totally obsessed with his cat. His job demanded that he go out of town for a while. The only person that he trusted to possibly care for his cat was his brother. He took the cat over and gave his brother the food, treats, shampoo, conditioner and fancy litter box.  He cried as he told his cat goodbye.

Marvin called his brother after two days to check on his cat. His brother said, “Your cat died.”

Marvin went crazy. “You are a cold, rude person. You should not tell a person bad news in such a callous manner. You should have said something like…the cat is on the roof and we can’t get it down.  By the way how is Mother doing?” His brother replied,

“Mother is on the roof and we can’t get her down.”


How Many Bricks?

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While visiting Annapolis, a lady tourist noticed several students on their hands and knees assessing the courtyard with pencils and clipboards in hand.

“What are they doing?” she asked the tour guide.

“Each year,” he replied with a grin, “the upperclassmen ask the freshmen how many bricks it took to finish paving this courtyard.”

When they were out of earshot of the freshmen, the curious lady asked the guide: “So, what’s the answer?”

The guide replied: “One.”


Really, Really, Slowly

 Two guys were riding in a car, arguing about how to say the name of the city that they were in. One said “Louie-ville” and the other “Louise-ville.”

They went on arguing and arguing, until they came upon a fast-food restaurant. The one guy goes inside and says to the waitress, “Please tell me the name of the place where I am right now, really, really, really slowly.”

The waitress says, “Bur-ger-King.”