Friday, January 18, 2008

Which is it? Cow Wash or Back Scratchier

Snow Plow!!

One winter morning at breakfast, a couple was listening to the radio.
They heard the announcer say, "We are going to have 8-10 inches of snow today.
You must park your car on the even-numbered side of the street, so the snowplow can get through."
The wife went out and moved her car.

A week later while they are eating breakfast, the radio announcer said, "We are expecting 10-12 inches of snow today.”
You will need to move your car to the odd-numbered side of the street so the snowplow can get through."
So the wife went out and moved her car again.

The next week, while they were eating breakfast, the radio announcer said, "We are expecting 12-14 inches of snow today and you must park..." Then the power went off! The wife was very upset. With a worried look on her face she said, "Honey, I don't know what to do. Which side of the street am I supposed to park on?"

With the love and understanding in his voice, her husband said, "Why don't you just leave it in the garage this time?

We have been told that this is how it happen.

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Couple Find Nearly $12K in 'Cold Cash'

Jan 10, 2008
JANESVILLE, Wis. (AP) - A Janesville couple are hoping they will be allowed to keep the nearly $12,000 in cash they found in their refrigerator when they moved into an apartment.
"It would be a very big help," said Colleen Mesler, 65. "We've been waiting and waiting, and nobody's called to claim it. Other people have found money and got to keep it."
Mesler cried as she talked about the money she found while cleaning the refrigerator in her apartment in early December.
The previous renters have been charged in drug trafficking cases. Police searched the apartment in February and seized crack cocaine, marijuana, a scale and other materials related to drug sales. They found $1,100 on one of the defendants but no bills with serial numbers matching those undercover agents used to buy drugs.
Janesville Deputy Police Chief David Moore said the city will likely keep the money.
"If it is determined that the money is the proceeds from the sale of illegal drugs, then it would be contraband, and on behalf of Janesville taxpayers, we would seize that money," Moore said. But, he added, that has not yet been determined.
Colleen Mesler found the moldy and deteriorating bills wrapped in tin foil and plastic in the freezer. Her husband told her to throw the tray out.
"I thought it was old meat, stale meat," said Jim Mesler, 55.
"But it didn't smell like bad meat," Colleen Mesler said. "I pulled it apart and found $100 bills. I was more shocked. 'I'm not throwing this away,' I thought."
The couple spent the afternoon warming the bills in the oven and separating them with tweezers.
"About $2,000 of it was torn up, or we couldn't get the mold off it," Jim Mesler said. "I just went and looked in the mirror and thought, 'Nothing like this happens to us.'"
Police estimated the stash at $11,950. A precise tally wasn't possible because some bills were stuck together or had deteriorated, according to a court document.
The couple said they would still turn in the cash if they had to do it over. But with an income below poverty level, they are hoping the money will eventually be returned to them.
What would they do with it?
"Pay our bills," the couple said in unison.

Jumbo Pets Banned

Government has banned Brits from keeping elephants as pets.
It has rejected an online petition to Number 10 calling for pet shops to be allowed to sell elephants.
Some 650 people signed the petition, said to have been started by 12-year-old Jack Smithies, reports The Sun.
The petition said: "We believe that every child in the UK would benefit from owning an elephant.
"It was my dream as a child to care for these magnificent creatures but at the age of twelve I find that nobody takes me seriously.
"Elephants are creatures that children could learn about better by owning their own and keeping them in easily and cheaply converted sheds."
The Government agreed that keeping a pet had many benefits but did not think elephants would make good pets.
Downing Street's response continued: "They are very large animals that are not used to being kept as pets, and have welfare needs that would be impossible to meet in pet shops or people's homes.
"Elephants can also be dangerous, and it would not be safe for people to be able to keep them in their back yard."

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