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100 Dollar Bill

Whatever might pique my interest

I have recently re-named a blog

Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Last week I re-named my sitestuff blog to Widgetslab. This included a web address change as well. I went from sitestuff.blogspot.com to widgetslab.blogspot.com

Now it's just a matter of getting others to update their links. Moving a website/blog kinda sucks.
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Cowboy and the Baptist

A Baptist Preacher was seated next to a cowboy on a flight to Texas. After
the plane took off, the cowboy asked for a whiskey and soda, which was
brought and placed before him. The flight attendant then asked the preacher
if he would like a drink. Appalled, the preacher replied, "I'd rather be
tied up and taken advantage of by women of ill-repute, than let liquor touch
my lips." The cowboy then handed his drink back to the attendant and said,
"Me too, I didn't know we had a choice.."
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Tech Cats

Thursday, September 21, 2006

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*You know how to polka, but never tried it sober...

*You know what knee-high by the Fourth of July means.

*You know it's traditional for the bride and groom to go bar h opping between the ceremony and the reception.

*You were delighted to get a miniature snow shovel for your 3rd birthday.

*You buy Christmas presents at Fleet Farm or Menards.

*You spent more on beer than you did on food at your wedding.
*You hear someone use the word "oof-dah" and you don't immediately break into uncontrollable laughter.

*You or someone you know was a "Dairy Princess" at a county fair.

*You know that "combine" is a noun.

*You let your older siblings talk you into putting your tongue on a steel

post in the middle of winter.

*You think Lutheran and Catholic are THE major religions.

*You know that "creek" rhymes with "pick".

*Football and Hunting schedules are checked before wedding dates are set.

*A Friday night date is taking your girlfriend shining for deer.

*Saturday you go the the local bowling ally.

*There was more then one kid in your class who had to help milk cows in the morning...phew!

*You have driven your car on a lake on purpose.

*You can make sense out of the word "upnort" and "batree."

*You always believed that vacation meant "going up North."

*At every wedding you have been to you have had to dance the hokey poky & the chicken dance.

*Your definition of a small town is one that only has one bar

and one church.

*The local gas station sells live bait.

*At least twice a year, the kitchen doubles as a meat processing plant.

*Your mom asks, "Were you born in a barn?" and you know exactly what she means.

*You think that the start of deer season and the fishing opener is a national holiday.

*Pop is not only what you call your dad, but is the ONLY name for soda.

*You actually understand these jokes and forward them to all your Minnesota friends!

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Well, you could have!

Husband and wife are traveling by car from Key West to Boston.

After almost twenty-four hours on the road, they're too tired to continue, and they decide to stop for a rest.

They stop at a nice hotel and take a room, but they only plan to sleep for four hours and then get back on the road.

When they check out four hours later, the desk clerk hands them a bill for $350.00.

The man explodes and demands to know why the charge is so high. He tells the clerk although it's a nice hotel, the rooms certainly aren't worth $350.00! When the clerk tells him $350.00 is the standard rate, the man insists on speaking to the Manager.

The Manager appears, listens to the man, and then explains that the hotel has an Olympic-sized pool and a huge conference center that were available for the husband and wife to use.

"But we didn't use them," the man complains.

"Well, they are here, and you could have," explains the Manager. He goes on to explain they could have taken in one of the shows for which the hotel is famous. "The best entertainers from New York, Hollywood and Las Vegas perform here," the Manager says.

"But we didn't go to any of those shows, "complains the man again.

"Well, we have them, and you could have," the Manager replies.

No matter what amenity the Manager mentions, the man replies, "But we didn't use it!"

The Manager is unmoved, and eventually the man gives up and agrees to pay. He writes a check and gives it to the Manager. The Manager is surprised when he looks at the check.

"But sir," he says, this check is only made out for $50.00."

"That's correct," says the man. "I charged you $300.00 for sleeping with my wife."

"But I didn't!" exclaims the Manager.

"Well, too bad," the man replies. "She was here and you could have."
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messed up

Sunday, September 10, 2006

Something about this is messed up and needs help
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