1. Why are 2016 dollar bills worth more than 2015 dollar bills?
Answer: It’s a dollar more.
2. Johnny’s mother had three children. The first child was named April. The second child was named May. What was the third child’s name?
Answer: Johnny of course
3. There is a clerk at the butcher shop, he is five feet ten inches tall,and he wears size 13 sneakers. What does he weigh?
4. Before Mt. Everest was discovered, what was the highest mountain in the world?
Answer: Mt. Everest; it just wasn’t discovered yet.
5. How much dirt is there in a hole that measures two feet by three feet by four feet?
Answer: There is no dirt in a hole.
UPDATES AT THE GUARDIAN
Egypt Airlines has reported the disappearance of a plane that had taken off from Paris, France late Wednesday and was headed to Cairo, Egypt.
Flight MS804 left Paris at 11:09 p.m. local time, but went missing shortly after entering Egyptian air space, according to a tweet from the airline.
Approximately 56 passengers and 10 crew members were on the flight.
ht/ All Too Much
Jacque Gibson acknowledged that she was texting while driving with students on her bus, but said she does not feel that mistake should have cost her a full-time job with the Des Moines school district.
“I acknowledge that’s something that may be dangerous, but that’s not something I do,” said Gibson. “ I had a family situation going on that day, and it just happened.”
Gibson told KCCI she loves driving a school bus, and the 18-second video showing her texting behind the wheel of her bus should not
Law ‘likely places an unconstitutional burden’ on the 2nd Amendment, he rules.
In a strike against the District’s strict firearms laws, a federal judge has blocked the city’s police chief from requiring gun owners to prove they have a “good reason” to obtain a concealed carry permit.
LifeNews: Archaeologists made an amazing discovery recently when they found the mummy of a tiny, 16- to 18-week gestation baby taken from a tomb in Egypt.
The finding is a fascinating piece of evidence that Egyptians valued unborn babies thousands of years before ultrasounds or scientific discoveries about the beginning of life.
The plaintiffs claimed the school district endangered students by failing to investigate accusations of abuse.
LOS ANGELES (KABC) –The Los Angeles Unified School District is paying $88 million to sexual abuse victims at two elementary schools to settle lawsuits.
The settlement covers 30 sexual abuse claims against the LAUSD involving Paul Chapel III at TelFair Elementary School in Pacoima and Robert Pimentel at George De La Torre Elementary School in Wilmington.
I’m going to say it here and now. Josh Earnest needs a kick in his puny balls. (There, that’s my right-wing obsession with sex talking.)
Surely he can’t be serious. (He is, and stop calling me Shirley. I’ve taken out my implants and started peeing standing up again… in the mens room.)
After embracing the notion that gender is as much mental as it is physical, the Obama White House on Tuesday rejected the suggestion that it has been
TheTruckersReport: The Wall Street Journal recently published an article titled “Daddy, What Was A Truck Driver?” In it they predict that the future of commercial trucking lies in self-driving trucks. All the non-drivers quoted in the article agree that it’s not a matter of if, but rather a matter when… including the director of engineering and safety policy for the ATA, Ted Scott, who said that ubiquitous, autonomous trucks are “close to inevitable.”
Highmark was gipped out of 223 million bucks after making a deal with the government to sign on with their “risk corridor” program.
I guess Obamacare isn’t “sustainable,” after all.
We were led to believe the Obama administration’s experts knew
Clutch the pearls! Libs are rushing to their fainting couches!
I knew what he meant and I don’t think he should have apologized for it.
USAToday: OAKLAND — Oklahoma City Thunder center Steven Adams apologized for his postgame comment that so many found offensive in the wake of a Game 1 win in the Western Conference Finals.
Adams, a 22-year-old New Zealander of Tongan and British descent who had 16 points and 12 rebounds in the 108-102 win over the defending champion Golden State Warriors, described the Warriors’ guards as “quick little monkeys” in a postgame interview with ESPN’s Chris Broussard.
…in Operation Stampede, what is being called the largest food-stamp trafficking takedown in history in terms of financial loss, law enforcement agencies filed federal charges last week against 22 Florida store owners or operators, including one convenience-store owner, in connection with schemes to illegally redeem food-stamp benefits for cash.
Allegedly, the defendants fraudulently obtained more than $13 million dollars in EBT deposits for transactions in which the stores did not provide food.
According to the indictments, the defendants or their co-conspirators or employees swiped the
BlazingCatFur: A Bronx man bashed a gay couple over the head with a chair inside a Chelsea BBQ joint after one of the men smacked him in the face with his purse, prosecutors said Tuesday at his Manhattan assault trial.
CreepingSharia: Texas prison officials cannot prohibit Muslim inmates from growing a beard up to four inches long or from donning religious head wear, a federal appeals court has ruled.
David Rasheed Ali, serving concurrent 20-year sentences for arson and aggravated robbery, filed suit seven years ago arguing that the tenets of his religion required him to wear a beard and a kufi, a knit skullcap.