A joke a friend sent me which will hopefully start your day with a good laugh.


January 1  · A Pastor entered his donkey in a race and it won.The Pastor was so pleased with the donkey that he entered it in the race again and it won again.The local paper read: PASTOR’S ASS OUT FRONT.

The Bishop was so upset with this kind of publicity that he ordered the Pastor not to enter the donkey in another race.The next day the local paper headline read: BISHOP SCRATCHES PASTOR’S ASS.This was too much for the Bishop so he ordered the Pastor to getrid of the donkey.The Pastor decided to give it to a Nun in a nearby convent.The local paper, hearing of the news, posted the following headline the next day: NUN HAS BEST ASS IN TOWN.The Bishop fainted

.He informed the Nun that she would have to get rid of the donkey so she sold it to a farm for $10.The next day the paper read: NUN SELLS ASS FOR $10This was too much for the Bishop so he ordered the Nun to buy back the donkey and lead it to the plains where it could run wild.The next day the headlines read: NUN ANNOUNCES HER ASS IS WILD AND FREE.The Bishop was buried the next day.

The moral of the story is . . . being concerned about public opinion can bring you much grief and misery and even shorten your life.So be yourself and enjoy life.Stop worrying about everyone else’s ass and just cover your own!You’ll be a lot happier and live longer!

9 thoughts on “HAVE A GOOD WEEKEND

    1. Just in case anyone gets really bored with what I’m hoping will be a very slow-news day, I’ve written a long – and tedious – comment in Gordon Dangerfield’s blog, that demonstrates some of why I’ve been making claims lately: that the complaints handling by the SG being called ‘tainted by apparent bias’ and ‘unfair’ is a major understatement:


      Gordon has been too busy and not had time for a while to give his opinion, and skill in breaking things down to the important points, so it’s more raw-data style. It’s detail of a very small part of the whole shambles, and just backs up claims that the process was handled unlawfully – Judith Mackinnon was not an impartial collector of facts, and was revealing confidential information to witnesses (for the complainants). If the process was being carried out unlawfully, the FM should have intervened (under the ministerial code) – if you need context for why it’s important to prove that what the civil servants were up to was very wrong.

      I’d recommend the above joke as preferable reading material though!

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