Saturday, November 03, 2012

Friday Night Funnies: Secret Code


After a President has been in office for 1 year, it is customary for the
last President to send a note to the new President.  So when the note came from
Bush to Obama, the President was somewhat troubled because it was written in
code and all it said was:


This troubled him as he had always heard from his peers how former

president Bush was perceived to have been scholarly challenged.
So he took the note to his wife. She was unable to decipher it.

They called in the VP, and he was unable to decode the message.
They called in the chief of staff and the head of Secret Service detail
and they were unable to determine the meaning of the note.

Next he called in the head of the Senate and Speaker of the House..
They both were mystified by the meaning of the coded message.

Now there was complete panic in the Oval Office.
They called all of their contacts in the media and sent copies of the note
to all of them, and not one was able to come up with an answer.
A special emergency meeting was called by the staff.
All branches of the military, counter intelligence, CIA, FBI
were called in, and the best minds were unable crack the code.

After a sleepless night, a now humbled President Obama picked up the

phone and called the former president, and asked him the meaning of the note.

George Bush chuckled and replied---" you're holding it upside down"!

Dog....what can I say, it's just cute and non-political.

One very brave park very scared moose.

Moose vs Park Ranger

Win-win solution!

What If People Bought Cars Like They Buy Computers?

General Motors doesn't have a "help line" for people who don't know how to drive, because people don't buy cars like they buy computers - but imagine if they did. . .
"General Motors Helpline, how can I help you?"

"I got in my car and closed the door, and nothing happened!"


"Did you put the key in the ignition and turn it?"


"What's an ignition?"


"It's a starter motor that draws current from your battery and turns over the engine."


"Ignition? Motor? Battery? Engine? How come I have to know all of these technical terms just to use my car?"

 Are you bored? Play some Tic-tac-toe! HA!!!
Speaking of scary, even though it was too cold to get all of our Halloween stuff out, we seemed to scare the kids, and they loved it! One kid saw my vampire teeth and just froze and stared at those teeth! The parents thought it was hilarious, but the PC police would probably think I had traumatized the poor kid.  
 Hunter Haunted House 2012:

Have a great weekend, we might even get above zero!

1 comment:

West Coast Teddi said...

Brilliant ... all that just to get some candy!! Love the bodiless hand that appeared and twirled the witches. Great Job (as usual).

My coldest Halloween was in Edmonton at – 40 (C&F) and my little girls “little red riding hood” outfit cracked to pieces. We did 2 houses and then back in front of the fire eating all of our own candy. Nobody out that night!!

Thanks for the FNF.