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1 hour ago, Cold Lake Kid, SASS # 51474 said:

Guess who's sleeping on the couch tonight?


Not the Heineken. That needs to kept cold in the fridge. I hope she’s warm enough in that couch. :lol::rolleyes:

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7 hours ago, Cold Lake Kid, SASS # 51474 said:

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 Over/under this side of the fishing hole we have the option to do mail-in voting, if you have a valid reason and pre-nominate for it, elderly, infirmed etc., ....... but voting is compulsory.

My elderly Mother (82) has voted this way for the last couple of years and received a $20 fine for not voting in the last election. BUT she did vote, she filled out the ballot paper and I watched as she folded it and inserted it into the special envelope and then escorted her to the mail box for pick-up by the local mail contractor, as per instructions.

BUT, according to them, she didn't vote, .......... or maybe she voted for the wrong one ;)


I went and voted at the local polling booth, in person, and watched as my name was marked as "attended" and proceeded to cast my valid vote, ..... in person.


VOTE ! .... wear the damned mask if you have/desire to, but cast your valid vote and be counted.


(stepping down from soapbox now)

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Found on FB:



Might have to think a tad on this one (Hint: pencil & paper or calculator).

A Judge addressed the court, at the start of a case:

"I have to declare an interest in this case. Last week, the plaintiff sent me a check for $10,000 to find in his favor. Two days later, I received $20,000 from the defendant to find in his favor.

"I have therefore sent $10,000 back to the defendant and can try the case without bias."

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Stole this one from (redacted) I got a good laugh out of it.

Yesterday, I wore my Vietnam Veteran cap to Wal-Mart. There was nothing in particular that I needed at the world's largest retailer; but, since I retired, trips to "Wally World" to look at the Walmartians is always good for some comic relief.  Besides, I always feel pretty normal after seeing some of the people that frequent the establishment. But, I digress, enough of my psychological fixations.
While standing in line to check out, the guy in front of me, probably in his early thirties, asked, "Are you a Vietnam Vet?”
"No," I replied.
"Then why are you wearing that cap?”
"Because I couldn't find the one from the War of 1812 . .
” I thought it was a snappy retort.
"The War of 1812, huh?" the Walmartian queried, "When was that?”
God forgive me, but I couldn't pass up such an opportunity. 
"1946", I answered, as straight-faced as possible.   
He pondered my response for a moment and responded, "Why do they call it the War of 1812 if it was in 1946?”
"It was a Black Op Mission. No one is supposed to know about it.
” This was beginning to become fun!
"Dude! Really?" He exclaimed. "How did you get to do something that COOOOL?”
I glanced furtively around me for effect, leaned toward the guy and in a low voice said, "I'm not sure. I was the only Caucasian on the mission.”
"Dude," he was really getting excited about what he was hearing, "that is seriously awesome! But, didn't you kind of stand out?”
"Not really. The other guys were wearing white camouflage.”
The moron nodded knowingly.
"Listen man," I said in a very serious tone, "You can't tell anyone about this. It's still classified 'Top Secret' and I shouldn't have said anything.”
"Oh yeah?" he gave me the 'don't threaten me look. . "Like, what's gonna’ happen if I do?”
With a really hard look I said, "You have a family don't you?
We wouldn't want anything to happen to them, would we?”
The guy gulped, left his basket where it was and fled through the door.
The lady behind me started laughing so hard I thought she was about to have a heart attack. I just grinned at her. After checking out and going to the parking lot, I saw dimwit leaning in a car window talking to a young woman.
Upon catching sight of me, he started pointing excitedly in my direction.
Giving him another 'deadly' serious look, I made the 'I see you' gesture.
He turned kind of pale, jumped in the car and sped out of the parking lot.
And these people VOTE!
What a great time! Tomorrow I'm going back, wearing my Homeland Security cap.
Then the next day I will go to the driver's license bureau wearing my Border Patrol hat, and see how long it takes to empty the place.
Whoever said retirement is boring? You just need to wear the right kind of cap!
See you guys at Wal-Mart!! 

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