U.S. Mailman!

A U.S. Postal Service mail carrier 
was making his rounds.

He had a special-delivery package 

that had to be delivered in person, 
so he went up to the door. A woman 
answered, signed for the package, 
and took it.

The mail carrier spotted a snail on 

the ground near him. He stomped 
on the snail with his heel.

The woman asked, "Why did you 

just kill that snail?"

The mail carrier replied, "That sneaky 

snail has been following me around 
all day!"


Professor Howdy said...


In all, the Navajo population in the U.S. is about 250,000,
the largest tribe in the nation. The Navajo Reservation,
including Monument Valley, covers 17.5 million acres in
Utah, Arizona and New Mexico. That is 70 acres/Navajo -
if the US Government were to abolish the reservation,
give each Navajo person 70 acres - everybody (except
bureaucrats) would be far better off.

The Popsicle was invented by 11-year-old Frank Epperson
in 1905. He left a container of soda and a stirrer outside
overnight, and in the morning discovered them frozen

Baseball player Lenny Dykstra was among many major league
players who are very particular about their bats. Dykstra
sent back the special bats he got as the National League
Championship Series began in 1993. The Louisville Slugger
bats were stamped "1993 LCS" under his signature to
commemorate the playoffs. Lenny said that, instead, he
wanted his bats for the series to be exactly the same as
the ones he used all season -- with "Philadelphia Phillies"
stamped under his name. The bats were replaced.

Winston Churchill was born in a ladies' cloakroom in the
ancestral castle of Blenheim. His mother was attending
a formal ball there when she prematurely delivered.

"Success is a lousy teacher. It seduces smart people into
thinking they can't lose." - - - Bill Gates

Professor Howdy said...

At disappointments and losses which are the effects of Providential
acts I never repine, because I am sure the Divine Disposer of events
knows better than we do what is best for us, or what we deserve.

--George Washington - Father of America

Wikipedia Article said...

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