I haven’t blogged in four days mostly due to my being ill from my cancer treatments. Also on Sunday my wireless went down and I was only able to sign on via dialup from our home’s main phone line. That limited my online time.
First we have some Knuckleheads to catch up on.
Stephanie Woods has been arrested again. First she beats up her boyfriend, then she steals girl scout cookie money, and now she’s arrested for leaving a Denny’s restaurant without paying. What’s next in this spoiled brat’s life of crime? Feel free to make wisecracks.
You’ll be glad to hear Daytona Beach won the last appeal of its nude dancing rule. From now on adult dancers will be required to cover one-third of their buttocks and a quarter their breasts. Daytona Beach police will be out enforcing this law. Don’t you feel safer now? Better yet, how many of you want to volunteer for this law enforcement work?
One South Florida newspaper employs convicted gang members to deliver newspapers. This didn’t work out so well when the employee used his access to a gated community to burglarize cars. Gives new meaning to the ‘wanted’ section of the newspaper.
If you don’t like service at the driver’s license office, here’s one solution. Flood it with water.
Former postal worker gets jail time for jury duty scam. He fabricated paper work to play hooky from work for 144 days. It wasn’t till the worker tried the scam a second time that the man was finally caught.
A Postal Service spokesman said. “We’re glad the fraud was detected. The system worked.” Sure…….
Television golf commentator Johnny Miller compares a pro golfer leaving his family to go play in a tournament to a soldier leaving for Iraq. Is Miller nuts? Yes, and a former Knucklehead winner for writing in a book that he won a golf tournament when in fact he never won it. Will NBC and Golf Digest ever fire this idiot?
A lawyer worked 1,286 days last year. How could that be possible? He was employed by five different Long Island school districts. New York tax dollars at work.