And here’s the latest one from Jerry – thanks.
A guy goes to the Post Office to apply for a job. The interviewer asks him, "Are you allergic to anything?"
He replies, "Yes, caffeine. I can’t drink coffee."
"Ok, Have you ever been in the military service?" "Yes," he says, "I was in Iraq for one tour."
The interviewer says, "That will give you 5 extra points toward employment." Then he asks, "Are you disabled in any way?"
The guy says, "Yes. A bomb exploded near me and I lost both my testicles."
The interviewer grimaces and then says, "Okay. You’ve got enough points for me to hire you right now. Our normal hours are from 8:00 am to 4:00pm. You can start tomorrow at 10:00 am, and plan on starting at 10:00 am every day."
The guy is puzzled and asks, "If the work hours are from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, why don’t you want me here until 10:00 am?"
"This is a government job", the interviewer says. "For the first two hours, we just stand around drinking coffee and scratching our balls. No point in you coming in for that."
Thanks Jim for this update – not sure where it was published, but still good news.
“Immigrants are boycotting Arizona by the thousands, showing their outrage with Arizona’s new controversial law SB-1070 by moving elsewhere.
In the small town of Guadalupe, AZ, south of Phoenix, Manuel Renaldo is one of those who is punishing Arizona by leaving. As he loaded his stolen car with his stolen belongings and his family of ten, Renaldo told this reporter through an interpreter, "It’s a matter of principle; I refuse to be supported by a state that treats me like a criminal!"
The effects of the exodus are being felt by Arizona retailers, who are reporting dwindling sales of beer, spray paint, and ammunition. Also hit hard are the state’s hospitals, which have reported a dramatic decline in births and in emergency room visits. Tattoo parlors are in a state of panic.
Renaldo told a reporter through an interpreter, "He and his family are all moving to California, which is a state that will support him and his family with dignity!"
It kind of brings a tear to your eyes, doesn’t it?