Experience the Joy, the Wonder, and the Adventure of Plato’s Promise A Woodland Tale.
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The newlywed couple was very anxious to get to their room. Both tore off their clothes. The husband puffed up his chest, flexed his biceps and said, “One hundred and eighty pounds of pure dynamite.” The bride said, “I’m sure, but it’s the length of the fuse I’m concerned about.”
The indian rubber man and the tattooed lady were married. By the third night of the honeymoon she had been comletely erased.
A little girl asked a zookeeper, who was cleaning a pen, if the giraffes ever caught a cold from standing around with their feet wet. The zookeeper said, “Yes, but not until the next week.”
A male rabbit says to a female rabbit, “This is fun wasn’t it?”
The EPA just revoked a permit for a coal mine in W.V. The mining company had complied with all EPA requirements and obtained a permit. Now EPA has revoked the permit. Elsewhere, they are running up the cost of utility bills to try and remove “haze” from the national parks. Are you kidding me? The economy is in trouble, unemployment is around 20%, and EPA is putting more people out of work and harming more businesses. For what? EPA is useless and out of control. Shut them down. Cut their funding. Good grief. No coal, no oil. What next? Energy costs off the scale. Here it comes. Then will need a universal energy bill to make even more people more dependent on the federal government. Our freedom is slipping away through this type of nonsense.
I guess the goal of this administration is to make sure the U.S. produces nothing but idiotic political policy decisions. Oh yeah, and whining liberals trying to control free speech.