- From the “Lupine Loping” Department – A woman in Canada was surprised when she was overtaken on the road by a pair of wolves out for a jog. It’s good to see animal Olympians putting in the hours even during the off years. This reminds me of the beginning of one of my favorite book series. No word yet on whether authorities were able to identify the wolves or ticket them for speeding.
- From the “Border Birthing” Department – A young woman from Arizona was able to make it back to the border when she went into labor while visiting Mexico. Customs and Border Protection officers assisted her in the birth when the little bundle of joy decided to not wait for EMS. According to unnamed sources, the Justice Department has declined to prosecute the mother for smuggling a human being across the border in her womb.
- From the “First You Say It, Then You Do It” Department – Australian authorities are asking folks in Sydney to turn in any pieces of an airplane that lost its propeller so that they can piece together what happened to it. This reporter has learned that the mechanic just assumed that Saab, the aircraft’s Swedish manufacturer, just included extra bolts along with the allen wrench in the box it came in.
- From the “Bad Idea” Department – A Kentucky woman was arrested recently when she allegedly brought a needle and heroin into a Louisville courtroom. One of the many side effects of illicit opiate use seems to be a lowering of I.Q. I compliment the judge in this case for telling the young lady to get herself together or she would be looking at prison time. From the other information in the report, I cannot imagine how she keeps her humanity intact seeing what washes through her courtroom day after day.
Posted by daddybear71 on March 17, 2017