Archive | November 9, 2019

Two cute clean jokes

Two elderly women were out driving in a large car, neither one could hardly see over the dashboard. As they were cruising along, they came to an intersection. The stoplight was red but they went on through. The woman in the passenger seat thought to herself, “I must be losing it. I could have sworn we just went through a red light!”

After a few more minutes they came to another intersection, the light was red, and again they went right through. This time, the passenger was almost sure that the light had been red, but was also concerned that she might be seeing things.

She was getting nervous and decided to pay very close attention. At the next intersection, sure enough, the light was definitely red and they went right through it. She turned to the other woman and said, “Mildred! Did you know we just ran through three red lights in a row? You could have killed us!”

Mildred turned to her and said, “Oh My Gosh!! Am I driving? “


A policeman is walking down the street one day when he notices a very small boy trying to press a doorbell on a house across the street.

However, the boy is very small and the doorbell is too high for him to reach. After watching the boy’s efforts for some time, the policeman walks up behind the little fellow and, placing his hand on the child’s shoulder leans over and gives the doorbell a solid ring.

Crouching down to the child’s level, the policeman smiles and asks, “And now what, my little man?”

To which the boy replies, “Now we run!”





The Editor:  Is this about the Congressional Slush Fund For Sex, LL ?

Poll Cat:  I just used the title to get a few distracted readers to pay attention, like the New York Slime does.

My real subject is polls.   It is a fun poll.  Alabama is playing Louisiana State University on Saturday for what will be, for a week at least, the number One ranking in college football.  Here are three polls, according to your viewpoint we could have two number ones, a number one and number two, and several more possibilities playing the same game.

The only one that counts is the PSC ranking, after the regular season is over the top four will have a playoff.

To further highlight the game, President Trump is supposed to attend.  The student government asked the student section to not be disruptive and things naturally exploded like a drunken crowd of over 100,000 fans.  Fans would boo Jesus, Mohammad, and Buddha so who cares ?

Amigo said he would send disruptive fans to The Auburn Store.

Here is a cat’s opinion on polls.  Many are run by or paid for by Democrats.  Ask Hillgal what happens to dishonest polls and their clients.  Listed below are three ( 3 ) links concerning polls.

The Sphinx followed the USC Dornsife/L.A. Times Daybreak poll all of  2016 and it was a winner, unlike Hillgal who is an amoral skank loser.  We will follow them again in 2020.

Remember not to base your vote on polls.  The Communist Democrats predict their candidate winning to keep Republicans from going to the polling booth.

Believing polls is living in the fast lane.

Favorite Movie Quotes

“Say “hello” to my little friend!” Scarface, 1983

“What a dump.” Beyond the Forest, 1949

“Mrs. Robinson, you’re trying to seduce me. Aren’t you?” The Graduate, 1967

“Gentlemen, you can’t fight in here! This is the War Room!” Dr. Strangelove, 1964

“Elementary, my dear Watson.” The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 1929
Fun fact: Sherlock Holmes never says this iconic quote in any of the books the character is based off of.

Cromer’s Mill Covered Bridge

WGN 10-59-01 Cromer’s Mill or Nail’s Creek Built in 1906 by James M.Hunt in Franklin Co. spanning Nail’s Creek, one span, 111 ft. long, Town Lattice trusses

Cromer’s Mill or Nail’s Creek Bridge over Nail’s Creek was built in 1906. Closed. State route 106 originally crossed the bridge but when the route was realigned, the bridge was abandoned, and fell into disrepair. In September 1998, extensive repairs at a cost of $147,815.00 were started, and completed a year later. The Town lattice truss is fastened together with tree-nails, has timber chin braces inside each portal, with four additional sets of galvanized steel chin braces equally spaced between the timber chin braces, that were added during the 1998-99 restoration. Set over heavily wooded Nails Creek the bridge is not open to motor traffic. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on August 7, 1976.