Archive | October 9, 2020

A Man meets a Genie…

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A young man is going about his regular day when a genie stops him and grants him one wish.

The man stops to think about it for a minute, then says, okay I got one. He tells the Genie for his wish he wants a bridge built from Los Angeles to Sydney so he can drive there whenever he wants.

The Genie immediately said no, its not possible. The Pacific is just too deep, their are currents, the bridge will never hold up. Its impossible, wish for something else.

A little upset that he can’t have his bridge the man comes up with another wish. He asks the Genie to make him understand how a woman’s mind works.

The genie replied, do you want the bridge to be 2 lanes or 4 lanes?


Horseplay at its best!

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A farmer died leaving his 17 horses to his 3 sons.
When his sons opened up the Will it read:

My eldest son should get 1/2 (half) of total horses;
My middle son should be given 1/3rd (one-third) of the total horses;
My youngest son should be given 1/9th (one-ninth) of the total horses.


As it’s impossible to divide 17 into half or 17 by 3 or 17 by 9, the three sons started to fight with each other.
So, they decided to go to a farmer’s friend who they considered quite smart, to see if he could work it out for them.

The farmer friend read the Will patiently, after giving due thought, he brought one of his own horses over and added it to the 17. That increased the total to 18 horses.

Now, he divided the horses according to their father’s Will.

Half of 18 = 9. So he gave the eldest son 9 horses.
1/3rd of 18 = 6. So he gave the middle son 6 horses.
1/9th of 18 = 2. So he gave the youngest son 2 horses.

Now add up how many horses they have:

Eldest son……..9
Middle son…….6
Youngest son…2
TOTAL IS…….17.

Now this leaves one horse over, so the farmer friend takes his horse back to his farm.

Problem Solved!


The attitude of negotiation and problem solving is to find the 18th horse i.e. the common ground. Once a person is able to find the 18th horse the issue is resolved. It is difficult at times. However, to reach a solution, the first step is to believe that there is a solution. If we think that there is no solution, we won’t be able to reach any!

That’s what I call clever Mathematics.




Don’t believe the polls, if they are correct Biden would beat Nixon’s 1972 total of winning 49 states with 60.7 % of the popular vote.  They are the same liars as the MSM.  The October 1 Sphinx explains some poll problems.




The Cunningham, Maxwell, and Katie Hill Diary.  They could have a Thruple.


Check the weather.



The Editor:  Some of our loyal readers want to know what a reporter’s life is like, LL ?  AP reporters make up their news.

Pulitzer Prize Cat:  It isn’t all naps and mice.  I relax with a little catnip when I can.

Amigo keeps trying to find the perfect vodka drink.

The people in NYC need more bubble gum machines or cans of Wasp & Hornet Spray—-good for about 20 feet.

TE:  Do you guys ever have entertainment ?

Relaxed Cat:  We sure do, this makes us happy.

Since forty percent of Demcomms hope President Trump dies, we put together a list of people that we would put on a cruise ship to the South Pole.  These are a few, Pigleosi, Maxine, Schiff, Nadler, Schumer, all the people in the previous video, all three Clintons, every board member on Comcast  ( owns NBC ), AT&T  ( owns CNN ), Disney ( owns ABC ), CBS ( somewhat independent).  The board members of Google, Twitter, Amazon, Apple, and all night- time comedians.

TE:  What about some Presidents, RC ?

Clinton ( repeat ) War Criminals Bush 41, 43, and Obama.  Since Bush 41 is dead I would try him like the Church tried Pope Formosus.  He was dead, they dug his bones up and tried him.  After a guilty verdict, three fingers were cut off and the remainder of his skeleton thrown in the Tiber river.

Instead of a cruise on the Love Boat, the traitors would get the second video.

RIP—Johnny Nash.




Astronomy Picture of the Day

The Very Large Array at Moonset
Image Credit: Jeff Hellermann, NRAO / AUI / NSF

Explanation: An inspirational sight, these giant dish antennas of the Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array (VLA) rise above the New Mexico desert at moonset. Mounted on piers but transportable on railroad tracks to change the VLA’s configuration, its 27 operating antennas are each house-sized (25 meters across) and can be organized into an array spanning the size of a city (35 kilometers). A prolific radio astronomy workhorse, the VLA has been used to discover water on planet Mercury, radio-bright coronae around stars, micro-quasars in our Galaxy, gravitationally-induced Einstein rings around distant galaxies, and radio counterparts to cosmologically distant gamma-ray bursts. Its vast size has allowed astronomers to study the details of radio galaxies, super-fast cosmic jets, and map the center of our own Milky Way. Now 40 years since its dedication the VLA has been used in more than 14,000 observing projects and contributed to more than 500 Ph.D. dissertations. On October 10, the National Radio Astronomy Observatory will host a day-long online celebration of the VLA at 40 featuring virtual tours and presentations on the history, operations, science, and future of the Very Large Array.

Tomorrow’s picture: light-weekend