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Monday, 16 January 2017

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Here's another joke, sort of, ...

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/01/15/donald-trump-does-not-understand-threat-russia-poses-cia-chief/

That is my local MP standing next to "the Don" looking like Mr Bean, with Trump's Playboy Bunny Girl picture on his left shoulder.

Here's the pic for those behind the paywall ...

"A picture is worth a thousand words" just got another corroboration.

SoD

This might be future history quote by which "The Don" is forever remembered ...

Asked about how his own German ancestry influenced him, he said:

"I like order and I like strength." - Donald Trump, January 2017

In IT we have a little "pronounceable acronym": WYSIWYG. You say it "wizzy-wig". It means "What You See Is What You Get". It describes a user interface that when actioned, does exactly what it says it's going to do.

We have a WYSIWYG prez of the US in more than just the follicularly challenged sense.

SoD

SoD, is your MP wearing a pink shirt?

The statement by the CIA director is probably somewhat true but it is true of all incoming Presidents. What is also true and more troubling is how the intelligence agencies have been politicized under Obama, including lying openly to Congress. This is more than troubling. It is dangerous.

After several hours mulling it, l finally get the second joke. OK I might be from Kentucky too.

Or 'Zummerzet'!

Where I come from, most of those Kentucky jokes are attributed to West Virginia.

As for the incest jokes, one must remember that there's nothing wrong with it as long as you keep it in the family.

Apropos incest in West Virginia, "How does a woman in WV know that her daughter is menstruating?" I dare not post the punchline here. But if you haven't heard it and want to know it, you can email me via my Blogger Profile.

Y'all be cool.

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