A blonde lady goes into an auto parts store and asks for a seven-ten cap.
All the clerks look at each other, and one says, "What's a seven-ten cap?"
She says, "You know, it's right on the engine. Mine got lost and some how and I need a new one."
"What kind of a car is it on?" the clerk asked.
"It's a Toyota."
"Okay lady, how big is it?"
She makes a circle with her hands about 3 1/2 inches in diameter.
The clerk asks, "What does it do?"
"I don't know, but its always been there."
By now, the manager has come over. He hands the lady a note pad and asks her if she could draw a picture of it.
The customer carefully draws a circle about 3 1/2 inches in diameter. In the center she writes "710."
The guys behind the counter, who are looking at the drawing upside down, can barely control their laughter as the boss walks to a shelf, grabs an OIL cap and puts in on the counter.
"That's it!" the lady says. "How much?"
"It's on the house," the manager replied. "Please come back often. You have no idea how entertaining it was waiting on you."
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
The Tennessee legislature, in fine fashion, has managed to make a trifecta of dumb legislation:
1) It failed to pass an act allowing for the sale of wine in grocery stores. Currently you can get your plonk only in wine and spirits stores. Hell, you can buy wine in a grocery even in Alabama!
2) It failed to increase the penalty for cockfighting from a misdemeanor with a $50 fine to a felony. Someone even referred to it as 'a Tennessee tradition.'
3) They are considering legislation allowing teachers to teach alternatives to evolution in science; namely creation science. Which is not science at all!
Why don't they, while they're at it, allow for an alternative theory to that of sexual reproduction: I call it the Stork Theory.