It Is To Laugh category archive
It’s a honey of a tale. A nugget:
Lloyd Cunniff of Choteau reported 488 hives stolen in January, after he had transported them to California for the almond pollination season.
The hold music from my hosting provider, which I seldom had to listen to for more than three or four minutes, included “Down by the Riverside.”
When I heard it, all I could think of was
When you go to the delicatessen store,
don’t buy the liverwurst!
Speaking of liverwurst, one of my favorite sandwiches is liverwurst with onions and mustard on a kaiser roll. I used to get them at my local Wawa in Delaware.
You can’t get one at Wawa in these parts. As a native Virginian, I am disappointed that Virginians don’t seem to understand sandwiches.
Nevertheless, I do know where to get a proper cheesesteak.
Spain’s comedian, yclept** “Giggles,” on Brexit:
Via The Local.
*Remember that come November, dammit.
**Hehe. I used “yclept” in a blog post.
Out Roanoke way, a long-time Republican is fed up after trying to vote in a “firehouse primary” (whatever that is–sounds sort of like a caucus).
I’ll quote a bit of his article, but, really, you should read it.
One asked if I was in support of the “principles of the Republican Party” and the second required that I affirm that I would support/vote for whomever the Republicans had nominated to run in the November election.
Believing for a split second that Vladimir Putin would suddenly appear and congratulate me for showing up to ensure that he would receive the usual 96.7 percent of the vote, I was incredulous.
When I responded that I had no idea what the “principles of the Republican Party” were . . . (read the rest–ed).
I swear I saw Jeff pedaling frantically along this morning.
Then, again, that may depend on which list.
When a student by that name at a Radnor Township university ordered fake IDs from China, his first mistake was having the cards delivered to campus, police say.
The second was not realizing that he shared a name with a ranking school administrator.