NO NO NO...your both wrong!
We would be better off making laws to tax the 'use' of k-mart/wal-mart
treated firewood, then being as how we are in charge we could lay claim to
it after it is used, and as it is then an evironmental health hazard, they
would have to pay us to get rid of it.
Not to worry. Credentials are available on the Internet in three days. Do
I need a Ph. D., or will a Ma. do?
I never judged a horse show, but I did preside over many a Cub Scout
Pinewood Derby. I also did a few beautiful baby contests, and once did a
PGA hole where I marched around and held up a little sign that said, STFU!
As for assistants, I will only need three, and I will PERSONALLY interview
them and inspect their assets. Work week will be two days each; that will
allow me one day a week off to recover. Only the topheavily challenged need
Hoo, boy. This is getting good!
Steve, the E.D.
Yeah, the same law that prevents interstate
transportation of fresh fruits and vegetable, live
fish, cows, horses, goats, sheep, cats, dogs,
birds, and lumber that has gone through a kiln.
Yep, it's illegal to move any of that stuff
interstate. That's why all that stuff has to be
grown within your state or you can't have it.
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