Thursday, June 13, 2013

Some jokes and humor for you.

Hey Gang,
Some jokes and humor for you. I know you missed me badly. OK that was joke number one.

Scientist are working on mixing human DNA with rats to study diseases. This isn’t the first time rats and humans mixed, that’s how we got Congress.

Hey who's keeping score? I'm trying to figure out who has more scandals brewing Cleveland sports teams or the White House?

For those who don't live around the NE Ohio area you may not know all that is happening. Browns owner being investigated, a Browns player arrested in a sting for being with a prostitute, dope being sent to an Indians pitcher, all this makes the Cleveland Gay Games of 2014 look more normal each day.

Haslam the owner of the Browns is in BIG trouble. Cleveland is use to scandals and problems with their sports teams but before a season even starts?

The US Gov could cease all Haslam’s assets if found guilty which means the Cleveland Browns could be owned by Washington. Can things get any worse for Cleveland?

The Indians are back to their losing ways and their pitcher Chris Perez got busted for having dope delivered to his house. I think this would make an excellent ad campaign for the Indians and the DEA if they combine the two. It would read something like this:
After a brief high there is always a major let down – Cleveland Indians Baseball and remember don't do drugs.

Indians pitcher Chris Perez like the rest of the team is in a slump. When asked about his delivery he said no problem my dope arrived on time.

Even the Cavaliers got in on the act recently. Danny Green of the Spurs who was the star of the last victory once played with the Cavs. But lets not forget so did LeBron of Miami who lost big come from Cleveland, so the Cavs still had a losing horse in the race.

Washington has gathered all our phone records, online records, just say all and any kind of record they can track Americans with. But they don't care about the million or so illegals because after all they aren't suppose to be here so why track them.

And that's a wrap.
Carey Masci

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