DID YOU KNOW ...
In those “Francis the Talking Mule” films, Frances was really a Jenny !
1. – Strange Words are These ; URSURY...
a. - bowl-shaped strainer
b. - the lack of financial resources
c. - an inflammatory condition caused by a fungus
d. – an unlawful rate of interest
2. What type of Australian male apparel is described as a budgie smuggler?
a. - Swimsuit
b. - Backpack
c. - Top Hat
d. – Fanny Pack
3. What was the Theme Song on "The Wonder Years" ?
(Hint ; Lennon & McCartney)
4. If I suffer from Androphobia, what is it that I fear ?
5. Do you recall the name of Henry ford's only child ?
6. While we're on the subject, do you recall the names of the two Allman
7. Uranian and Delft are both shades of what color ?
8. What's another name for a spittoon ?
TRUTH OR CRAP ??
A Florida man was arrested for possession of Crystal Meth, but had his case
thrown out when further testing proved the 'crystals' were crumbs from
Krispy Kreme donut glaze.
1. – d
2. - a
3. 'With a Little Help from My Friends'
6. Duane & Gregg
Orlando police were staking out an Orlando convenience store after neighbors
complained of drug activity.
When the man stopped by the 7-Eleven without buying anything and left with
an employee in his car, cops were suspicious.
Police saw the man leave in a silver Chevy leave without stopping at the
stop sign, and speed off going 42 miles per hour in a 30 mph zone, They
pulled him over.
The officer saw his concealed weapon license, asked to hold onto his gun for
safety and had the driver get out of the car. That’s when the veteran
officer saw four flakes of a white substance on the floor.
"I recognized through my 11 years of training and experience as a law
enforcement officer the substance to be some sort of narcotic," the officer
wrote in her report.
The driver let her search the car, and she found more chunks, which two
roadside tests showed were crystal methamphetamine.
Daniel Rushing was arrested, charged with possession with a weapon,
strip-searched and jailed
The 64-year-old Orlando man told officers he’d never done drugs in his life,
and the crumbs were from his Krispy Kreme doughnut.
Weeks later, a state crime lab proved him right.
“I kept telling them, 'That's … glaze from a doughnut. … They tried to say
it was crack cocaine at first, then they said, 'No, it's meth, crystal
meth," Rushing told the Sentinel.
The 7-Eleven stop was a favor for a church friend, an elderly woman who
worked at the service station, . Rushing used to treat himself to a Krispy
Kreme doughnut every other Wednesday and enjoyed the snack in his car.
“Bad men need nothing more to accomplish their ends, than that good men should look on and do nothing.”
― John Stuart Mill