January 10, 2006

Retirement

z sent me this. I need to start doing this.

Working people frequently ask retired people what they do to make their days interesting. (I blog, workout, ogle babes at the mall, and have fun with my trolls. - GOC)

I went to the store the other day. I was only in there for about 5 minutes. When I came out there was a city cop writing out a parking ticket.

I went up to him and said, "Come on buddy, how about giving a senior citizen a break?"

He ignored me and continued writing the ticket. I called him a name. He glared at me and started writing another ticket for worn tires.

So I called him a worse name. He finished the second ticket and put it on the windshield with the first one. Then he started writing a third ticket.

This went on for about 20 minutes. The more I abused him, the more tickets he wrote.

I didn't care. My car was parked around the corner but this one had an "Elect John Kerry" bumper sticker on it.

I try to have a little fun each day now that I'm retired.

It's important at my age.

Posted by denny at January 10, 2006 11:16 PM  
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Oh god I think I just ruptured something.

Damn thats amusing.

Posted by: Murray on January 11, 2006 02:27 AM

Still now I can't read in conservatives italian newspapers, the true question about the post communist holding system, called Cooperative LEGACOOP.
Nevertheless it was a very big trouble, last summer, when the postcommunist party insurance company UNIPOL tried to buy one of the most important italian bank, the BNL, against the spanish Bank of Bilbao.
The governor of Bankitalia (Bank of Italy), Antonio Fazio was part of the war, trying to help the Unipol, that is linked to the first postcommunist bank Monte dei Paschi di Siena (the oldest bank of the world born in 1472). UNIPOL got 20 billion euros last year, but BNL is bigger a lot. Strange case.
Now the jump to Unipol is broken, the management of Unipol is impeached for many crimes (the top manager Mr. Consorte had 50 millions euros in a Swiss bank). The DS, the post communist party, is accused to have the biggest conflict of interest, bigger than the Berlusconi conflict.
In fact, if the mr. Berlusconi tv broadcast Mediaset (3 channels) has 5600 workers, the red cooperatives have 500.000 workers!
Moreover the DS is allied to the mr. Prodi (the ex UE President) party, the Margherita Party, linked with an other holding of cooperatives, named CONFCOOPERATIVE. Both all the leftist cooperatives have ONE MILLION WORKERS, billing every year 100 BILLION EUROS OF SALES.
But is not this the true question of the postcommunist power. The fact is that almost all municipalities and provinces and italian regions (the some of the single states for USA) are in hands of DS and MArgherita parties. So they can give jobs and work public orders to the cooperatives holding. So thousands of mayors, councillors, and members of regional councils, may lawfully give money to their parties, their parents and friends working in the cooperatives, that do every thing: facilities, roads, buildings, social welfare, supermarkets, upkeeps...
Italy may be conquered by this system, that improve the old leninist State capitalism. What gloomy prospects!
LINKS
http://www.leguerrecivili.splinder.com/1123860856#5473174
http://leguerrecivili.splinder.com/1136934338#6817879

Posted by: Paolo di lautreamont on January 11, 2006 07:15 AM

not only Grumpy, but MEAN!!! fuunnyy!!!

Posted by: phil on January 11, 2006 09:38 AM

Paolo
What the hell does that got to do with retirement?

Posted by: Greg DiCroce on January 11, 2006 09:43 AM

Looks like Italo-comment-spam to me.

But the joke's a keeper.

Posted by: BlogDog on January 11, 2006 10:51 AM

What kind of sicko would pick on a John Kerry lover, damn I am proud just to read this blog.

Posted by: James Old Guy on January 11, 2006 10:53 AM

Classic!

Posted by: Bob on January 11, 2006 11:12 AM

Greg and Blogdog - Paolo is a longtime reader and a conservative Italian blogger.

Posted by: Denny on January 11, 2006 11:15 AM

Paolo - I worry about Italy more than I do France, because I like Italy more than I do France. Europe is doomed! What is ironic is that Eastern Europe which has thrown off communism may fare better than Western Europe which is adopting it.

Posted by: Denny on January 11, 2006 11:18 AM

What' I find funny is that people still have the Kerry stickers on their vehicals. I was in line for some fast food about a month ago and saw a sticker on the car in front of me that read "Sportsmen For Kerry/Edwards". Sportsmen for Kerry/Edwards? I about pissed myself from laughing so hard.

Posted by: CharlieDelta on January 11, 2006 11:33 AM

Funny but you made that up, didn't you? No Atlanta cop would stand for that kind of talk without arresting you for something.

Posted by: Libby on January 11, 2006 12:02 PM

Good job...you are a smart Grouchy Old Retired 59 year old! At our age, we have the confidence to f**k with people and know when we can get away with it...huh?

Posted by: vicki on January 11, 2006 01:52 PM

Noooooooooooooo, you didn't do that did you? That's awesome. Next time bring a video camera, America's funniest videos for sure.

CharlieDelta said "What' I find funny is that people still have the Kerry stickers on their vehicals. I was in line for some fast food about a month ago and saw a sticker on the car in front of me that read "Sportsmen For Kerry/Edwards". Sportsmen for Kerry/Edwards? I about pissed myself from laughing so hard."

Hey CD didn't "killer Kerry" try to impress the sportsmen during his campaign by letting the LSM film him duck hunting. I recall he was in a duck blind with three other guys so, no one actually knows whether he actually shot the ducks or not. If memory serves me he was walking with these 3 hunter's but not actually holding the ducks or the gun. hmmmmmmm.

Hummer has it, I heard a discharged shotgun shell hit him in the hand and he was looking for another Purple Heart:-)

Cheers

Posted by: scaryguy on January 11, 2006 06:38 PM

Yeah, scaryguy, I do recall that little photo-op Kerry did. What a freakin joke. That lame asshole has voted for every anti-gun bill put in front of his long face, and he expects us to believe he is pro 2nd Amendment? That just goes to show ya how out of touch liberals are. And the sticker I saw had the "hunting" camo for a background. Over a year since Kerry lost (get over it libs), and this guy's sticker looked like it was slapped on his piece of shit hybrid yesterday. At least they are good for a laugh every now and again.

Posted by: CharlieDelta on January 11, 2006 07:04 PM

I seem to recall that Kerry also indicated that he hunted deer by stalking them.

Posted by: rabidfox on January 11, 2006 09:20 PM

As I said at the start, this was a joke that z sent me. I did not do this. I would be afraid that the cop would run me in.

Posted by: Denny on January 11, 2006 10:46 PM

Damnit people. Just because a person owns a hybrid does NOT make them a liberal.

My wife and I bought a Prius back in 02 and we love it. It gets great gas mileage, corners like a shopping cart, and is as solid as a rock. In 3 years and 60000 miles, not a single failure - not even a light bulb. Now, I realize that it is not everyones cup-o-tea, but it is most definately not a "piece of shit".

I wanted to put a Bush/Cheney sticker on it last year but she said "You are not putting stickers - even Bush stickers - on my car". She was okay with a couple of "Support the Troops" magnets.

We are both to the right of the GOC.

Just sayin is all...

Roy

Posted by: Roy on January 12, 2006 12:38 AM

I enjoy seeing the Kerry stickers. It's the Hillary stickers I've seen that scare me.

Posted by: FishOrMan on January 12, 2006 02:25 AM

Simmer down, there, Roy. I was not saying that everyone who owns a hybrid is a liberal, but the douchebag in front of me with the Kerry/Edwards sticker was driving one, and it most definately was a piece of shit. Glad to hear you are not a liberal.

Posted by: CharlieDelta on January 12, 2006 12:35 PM

The best Hillary sticker is the one thats says "Run Hillary, run!"

It goes on the front bumper.

Posted by: Murray on January 12, 2006 04:34 PM
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