“Earlier today, I told two Fine, Southern Gentleman….that in my earlier days (much earlier) there were hair products named: GEE, YOUR HAIR SMELLS TERRIFIC. They ignored me, as if….perhaps, I had consumed too much Muscadine Wine.
Here you go, boys! No handsome fella ever pushed me on a rope swing, but I loved this shampoo. It came in somewhere between Breck and Prell in my young life.
Joe Biden may need to place a lawsuit against this company for enabling his Hair Sniffing Syndrome.
A teacher asks the kids in her 5th grade class: “What do you want to be when you grow up?
“Little Larry says: “I wanna start out as a Fighter Pilot, then be a billionaire, go to the most expensive clubs, find me the finest whore, give her a Ferrari worth over a million bucks, an apartment in Copacabana, a mansion in Paris, a jet to travel throughout Europe, an Infinite Visa Card, and all the while… banging her like a loose screen door in a hurricane.”
The teacher, shocked and not knowing what to do with this horrible response from little Larry, decides not to acknowledge what he said and simply continue with the lesson.
“Dr. Drew has it right! MSM just needs to shut THE HELL up. Their, as well as, the Democrat agenda is to topple the stock market. They would really love it if they could push this into a recession. After all, every other trick they have tried to bring President Trump down has failed miserably. I hope you will watch this post and pass it on to all your contacts.” -Sheila Tolley-
Explanation: In 46 BC Julius Caesar reformed the calendar system. Based on advice by astronomer Sosigenes of Alexandria, the Julian calendar included one leap day every four years to account for the fact that an Earth year is slightly more than 365 days long. In modern terms, the time it takes for the planet to orbit the Sun once is 365.24219 mean solar days. So if calendar years contained exactly 365 days they would drift from the Earth’s year by about 1 day every 4 years and eventually July (named for Julius Caesar himself) would occur during the northern hemisphere winter. By adopting a leap year with an extra day every four years, the Julian calendar year would drift much less. In 1582 Pope Gregory XIII provided the further fine-tuning that leap days should not occur in years ending in 00, unless divisible by 400. This Gregorian Calendar system is the one in wide use today. Of course, tidal friction in the Earth-Moon system slows Earth’s rotation and gradually lengthens the day by about 14 milliseconds per century. That means that leap days like today will not be necessary … about 4 million years from now.