A small medium at large!
"In these troubled times, the steaks have never been higher."
She asked "Why?". I said "I want to make money."
obviously you can't kill one, but you also can't relocate one from where it's living, cause an eagle nest to come to any harm, and the oddest part, as i'm not sure how they'd even track this, is there's even a bit in the law about infecting them with any communicable diseases?
but i suppose there's really no way around that being ill eagle
The tour guid told an offensive joke about pesos, so I started to leave. He said "stop that was not what I mint"
Yukon't be serious!
That’s it, that’s the joke! ;)
this is the federal prosecutor's office, informing you that you've been convicted and charged on seven counts of piracy.
the Federeral Reserve
Roger Federer and Ron Paul are playing tennis. The set is close and Federer has serve. His first delivery sailed wide, but his second serve clipped the net and just barely landed on the line. The umpire called a let.
Ron Paul started arguing with the chair ump, he was positive that the serve was out, resulting in a double fault.
Needless to say, Ron Paul is vehemently against the Federer Re-serve.
It was a federal man date.
Rocketcheering is a federal crime.
A settlement has been reached in one of the sweetest lawsuits ever to be filed in federal court, but details of the payday are under wrappers.
Daryl White Jr. of Belle, Missouri, didn’t sugar coat his anger about paying a dollar apiece for boxes of Mike and Ikes and Hot Tamales that were only two-thirds full. Determined not to be a sucker, he hired counsel and paid the U.S. District Court Western District of Missouri a $400 filing fee to sue Just Born Inc., the candymaker’s parent company, for alleged deceptive advertising and unjust enrichment.
Is it a federal mandate?
The quiz show round was to name famous people named 'Roger'. One of the clues was 'Swiss tennis layer who won 17 Grand Slam titles between 2003 and 2012'. The male contestant guessing the names was very camp and when he guessed the name my Dad commented "I bet he'd like to Roger Federer".
He suggested I use "former Chairman of the Federal Reserve, Alan Greens-pan".
Me: Wow, Novak is really dominating Roger here.
Dad: Yes, if he wins it'll truly be a Federer in his cap.
I overhead this today while in line at an electronics store.
Young male cashier: That'll be $14.50
Dad: I'm sorry, I forgot my checkbook. Do you accept Federal Reserve Notes?