Hello and welcome back to the wonderful world of the Dogpound. I am writing this on the eve of the long three-day weekend for Labor Day. Yep…going to kick back and enjoy getting away from the salt mines. This will give me time to catch up on a few things like: waxing the car for the first time this year, cleaning out the flower bed before they get over-run by rogue weeds, then there is that crack in the living room wall that needs patching, which reminds me I have place in the master bathroom that needs work…and…wait a minute! Second thought…I might just be better off being at work.
Anyway to help ease the work load, I am going to throw in some jokes and call it a day. Enjoy your time off and pray for those that would like to be taking time off from employment that they no longer have.
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK
“Before the reward there must be labor. You plant before you harvest. You sow in tears before you reap joy.”
– Ralph Ransom
I am so happy that the college football season has started again. As usual the old football jokes are coming out of the closet and being dusted off. Here are a few samples…just put the appropriate football team’s name in the slot and you are good to go.
A man is sitting at a park bench when another man sits next to him and they engage in conversation. Shortly after, the second man says, “So, I bet you’re a [fill in the blank] fan.”
The first man says enthusiastically, “Why, yes I am. How did you know? My intelligence? My wit? My good looks?” The second fellow says, “No. I saw your class ring when you were picking your nose.”
Why do [fill in the blank] football players like smart women?
The Coach of [fill in the blank] comes into the locker room before practice and says to his star receiver, “You’re failing math. If you don’t want to become academically ineligible, you’ll have to answer these math questions correctly.” The star receiver agrees and the coach asks him, “What does 4 plus 4 equal?” “Eleven,” says the athlete. The rest of the team pleads, “Give him another chance! Give him another chance!” Coach then asks, “What does 2 plus 2 equal?” The receiver says, “Four.” The rest of the team yells, “Give him another chance! Give him another chance!”
That is a touchdown and I am out of here. As always be good, play safe, and remember there is nothing wrong with good honest work.
JR and Max