Monday, 30 March 2009

Friends and Formerly Absent Family Members. It is "ALL FOOLS DAY"

Quite a turn out. Five sketchy seemingly unconscious family members who have never commented on this blog in its four years, fell hook line and sinker for the dubious offer on my recent posts, I am amazed that there is so much insanity and greediness within the tribe, covering both bloodlines.
However, the large majority of relatives (including some of those who never call here)I shall assume, were able to read and understand that it was another.................
APRIL FOOL JOKE.
No I cannot reveal the identities of the priceless opportunist Rello's, I shall leave that for them to tell you how they become disconnected from the real world.

If this post does not arrive on your pooter by Wednesday April 2 You may assume you have been 'Outed'.
Everyone have a thoughtful day.

Historic event. Vest was just Eighteen.
April 1st Easter Sunday 1945. The last seaborne invasion of WW2 took place that day on Japanese occupied Okinawa. Called 'Operation Iceberg'. During its eight weeks of continuous land sea and air fighting, losses were heavy on both sides and an estimated 250 thousand souls perished. But Vest made it.

BTW. "Your shoelace is undone".

51 comments:

saby said...

Life is short
Do it today

--
Saving paper is saving trees !!
it takes 17 full grown trees to make one tonne of paper

u will find me here:
http://ugotafriend.blogspot.com/

Chris said...

Also on this day...

2002 64th NCAA Men's Basketball Championship: at Georgia Dome Atlanta
2001 20th NCAA Women's Basketball Championship: at St. Louis
1998 World Ice Pairs Figure Skating Championship in Minn
1998 Paula Jones' sexual harassment case against President Bill Clinton is thrown out of court
1997 69 year old Gordie Howe begins playing AHL game with Syracuse Crunch
1997 Comet Hale-Bopp Perihelion (0.914 AU)
1996 58th NCAA Men's Basketball Championship: Kentucky beats Syracuse 76-67
1996 Howard Stern Radio Show premieres in Boston MA on WBCN 104.1 FM
1995 Carlson Wagonlit Travel Agency begins charging $15 service fee
1995 New York Islanders retire Bobby Nystrom's uniform #23
1994 Bob Feller Statue on Indians Plaza, dedicated
1993 Alan Bennett's "Madness of George III," premieres in London
1993 Stephane Powers weds Patrick de la Chenais
1992 5th Largest wrestling crowd (64,287-Toronto SkyDome)
1992 Battleship USS Missouri, on which, Japan surrendered, decommissioned
1992 Last defendant in St. John sex assault case sentenced to 3 years prob
1992 NFL decides to stay with 17 week sched instead of expanded 18 games
1992 NHL players begin 1st strike in 75-year history
1992 Rocker Billy Idol fined $2,000 for hitting a woman
1992 WA beat NSW by 44 runs to win the Sheffield Shield Final
1992 World's 7 wealthiest nations agree on $24B aid for former U.S.S.R.
1991 53rd NCAA Mens Basketball Champion: Duke Bluedevils beats Kansas 72-65
1991 Dwight Goodin signs $5.15 million 3 year contract with New York Mets
1991 Iran releases British hostage Roger Cooper after 5 years
1991 Supreme Court rules jurors can't be barred from serving due to race
1991 U.S. minimum wage goes from $3.80 to $4.25 per hour
1991 Warsaw Pact officially dissolves
1990 "Ha!" comedy Channel on cable TV begins transmitting
1990 19th Nabisco Dinah Shore Golf Championship won by Betsy King
1990 2nd Seniors Golf Tradition: Jack Nicklaus wins
1990 9th NCAA Women's Basketball Championship: Stanford beats Auburn 88-81
1990 CBS fires sportscaster Brent Mussburger
1990 Guns and Roses' Duff divorces Mandy Brix, lead singer for Lame Flames
1990 It becomes illegal in Salem Oregon to be within 2' of nude dancers
1990 Jack Nicklaus wins 1st start on Senior PGA tour
1990 Wrestlemania VI, 67,678 in Toronto, Ultimate Warrior beats Hulk Hogan
1989 1st New York Mets - New York Yankee game in New York City since 1983, Yankees win 4-3
1989 A Bartlett Giamatti replaces Ueberroth as 7th commissioner of baseball
1986 Delhi beat Haryana by innings and 141 to win Ranji Trophy
1986 U.S. submarine Nathaniel Green runs aground in Irish Sea
1986 World oil prices dip below $10 a barrel
1985 47th NCAA Men's Basketball Champion: Villanova beats Georgetown 84-75
1984 14th Easter Seal Telethon raises $24,600,000
1984 3rd NCAA Womens Basketball Championship: Southern California beats Tennessee 72-61
1984 8 men record longest distance (13 miles) rowed in 24 hours
1983 Anti-nuke demonstrators link arms in 14-mile human chain in England
1983 New York Islander Mike Bossy becomes 1st to score 60 goals in 3 cons seasons
1982 Anguilla, dependent territory of U.K., adopts constitution
1982 U.S. formally transfers Canal Zone to Panama
1981 CNN airs a videotape that shows that Tamara Rand predicted that Reagan is in danger from someone named Jack Humley (a hoax)
1980 Baseball Players Association votes to cancel 92 remaining exhibition games
1980 Failed assassination attempt on Iraqi vice-premier Tariq Aziz
1980 France performs nuclear test
1980 Wayne Gretzky breaks Bobby Orr's record with 103rd assist
1979 Iran proclaimed an Islamic Republic following fall of Shah
1979 Joanne Carner wins LPGA Women's Kemper Golf Open
1977 Attempt for Moslem state in Chad fails
1977 NFL decides to experiment with a 7th official in some preseason games
1976 Stephen Wozniak and Steven Jobs founded Apple Computer
1975 Cambodia President Lon Nol flees for Red Khmer
1974 Ayatollah Khomeini calls for an Islamic Republic in Iran
1974 Pioneer Hall opens
1974 Yourdon, Inc forms
1973 Betsy Cullen wins LPGA Alamo Ladies Golf Classic
1973 Japan allows its citizens to own gold
1973 John and Yoko form a new country with no laws or boundaries, called Nutopia, its national anthem is silence
1972 30,000 attend Mar Y Sol rock concert, Vega Baja, Puerto Rico
1972 Major league baseball players stages 1st collective strike
1971 U.S. and Canada ISIS 2 launched to study ionosphere
1971 United Kingdom lifts all restrictions on gold ownership
1970 Bud Selig becomes CEO of Milwaukee Brewers
1970 John and Yoko release hoax they are having dual sex change operations
1970 Milwaukee Brewers Baseball Club, headed by Bud Selig, purchases the Seattle Pilots for $10,800,000 Although negotiations were conducted over a period of months, it was not until March 13 when a federal bankruptcy referee declared the Pilots bank
1970 President Nixon signs bill limiting cigarette advertisements on January 1, 1971
1969 Royal Canadian Mint formally forms as a Crown Corp
1969 Seattle Pilots trade minor league outfielder Lou Piniella to Royals
1968 KEMO (now KOFY) TV channel 20 in San Francisco, California (IND) 1st broadcast
1967 1st British ombudsman sir Edward Compton begins work
1966 1st world festival of black art (Dakar Senegal)
1966 China premier Tsjoe en-Lai starts "Cultural revolution"
1965 South Africa worker's union leader Henry Fazzie sentenced to 10 years
1965 Syncom 3, 1st geosynchronous communications satellite, passes from civilian to military control
1964 10 degrees F lowest temperature ever recorded in Cleveland in April
1964 John Lennon is reunited with his father Freddie after 17 years
1964 Robert Lowell's "Benito Cereno," premieres in New York City
1963 New York Mets purchase Duke Snider from the Dodgers for $40,000
1963 New York City's newspapers resume publishing after a 114 day strike
1963 Soap operas "General Hospital" and "Doctors" premier on TV
1961 Jim Bakker marries Tammy Faye
1960 2nd French atom bomb explodes in the Reggane Proving Grounds, Algeria
1960 Mabry Harper catches a 25 lb Walleye in Tennessee
1960 RCA TIROS (TV and Infra-Red Observation 'weather' Satellite) I launched
1960 U Nu elected premier of Burma
1958 KVIQ TV channel 6 in Eureka, California (NBC/ABC/CBS) begins broadcasting
1958 Marshal Boelganin becomes director of Russian Staatsbank
1957 Trial begins in Budapest against participants october uprising
1957 WYES TV channel 12 in New Orleans, Louisiana (PBS) begins broadcasting
1957 World's biggest glass oven used
1956 10th Tony Awards: Diary of Anne Frank and Damn Yankees win
1956 KPIC TV channel 4 in Roseburg, OR (CBS) begins broadcasting
1956 Violent clashes in Algeria, kills at least 380
1955 Armed military action taken against bureaucratic strike in Amsterdam
1955 EOKA-bomb attacks against British government buildings in Cyprus
1955 WTVT TV channel 13 in Tampa-St. Petersburg, Florida (CBS) 1st broadcast
1954 1st Dutch motorway, Amsterdam-Utrecht, opens
1954 1st army helicopter battalion forms, Fort Bragg, NC
1954 Earthquake and tsunami ravage Aleutians, 200 killed
1954 U.S. Air Force Academy forms
1954 WQED TV channel 13 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (PBS) begins broadcasting
1953 J van Bale appointed governor of New Guinea
1953 KXMC TV channel 13 in Minot, ND (CBS/ABC) begins broadcasting
1953 Walcott Worrell and Weekes all make centuries in innings vs. India
1952 U.S. performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1948 H H H Johnson bowls WI to win vs. England 10-96 match on debut
1948 Big Bang theory proposed in Physical Review by Alpher, Bethe and Gamow
1947 1st Jewish immigrants to Israel disembark at Port of Eilat
1946 400,000 U.S. mine workers strike
1946 Tsunamis generated by a quake in Aleutian Trench strike Hilo, Hawaii
1946 Van Acker forms Belgian government (without CVP)
1946 Weight Watchers forms
1945 1st edition of Indonesia Merdeka publishes
1945 Canadian troop free Doetinchem, Enschede, Borculo and Eibergen
1945 Ruhrgebied sealed off by U.S. 1st and 9th army
1945 Sons of Elburger Soccer team forms in Elburg
1945 U.S. forces invade Okinawa during WW II
1944 German Abwehr ends England spiel, after 132 killed
1944 Japanese troops conquer Jessami, East-India
1942 Allied air raid on harbor city Kupang Timor
1942 Mexico changes from 3 time zones to 2
1941 Lillian Hellman's "Watch on the Rhine," premieres in New York City
1941 Navy takes over Treasure Island, in San Francisco Bay
1941 Nazi's forbid Jews access to cafes
1941 Pro-German Rashid Ali al-Ghailani grabs power in Iraq
1939 U.S. recognizes Franco government in Spain at end of Spanish civil war Pope Pius XII congratulates Generalissimo Franco's victory in Spain
1938 Baseball Hall of Fame opens in Cooperstown, New York
1938 Joe Louis KOs Harry Thomas in 5 for heavyweight boxing title
1937 Aden becomes British crown colony
1936 Orissa constituted a province of British India
1935 1st radio tube made of metal announced, Schenectady, New York
1934 Bonnie and Clyde kill 2 police officers
1933 Hammond scores 336* vs. New Zealand at Auckland, 47 fours 10 sixes
1933 Heinrich Himmler becomes Police Commander of Germany
1933 Nazi Germany begins persecution of Jews boycotting Jewish businesses
1931 Earthquake devastate Managua Nicaragua, kills 2,000
1931 Jackie Mitchell became 1st female in professional baseball
1930 "Blue Angel," starring unknown Marlene Dietrich, premieres in America
1929 Austrian government of Ignaz Seipel falls
1929 Doorne's trailer factory in Einsdhoven, Netherlands opens
1929 Louie Marx introduces Yo-Yo
1929 Luis Bunuel releases "Un Chien Andalou," 24-minute film
1929 Morehouse College, Spellman College and Atlanta University affiliate
1928 Chiang Kai-shek's army crosses Yang-tse
1927 1st automatic record changer introduced by His Master's Voice
1926 Halsteren Soccer team forms in Halsteren
1925 1st transmission of Danish state radio
1925 Hebrew University, Jerusalem dedicated
1924 Crown takes over Northern Rhodesia from British South Africa Co
1924 Hitler sentenced to 5 years labor but General Ludendorff acquitted
1924 Imperial Airways forms in Britain
1920 Church disforms in Wales
1920 Stanley Cup: Ottawa Senators (NHL) beat Seattle (PCHA), 3 games to 2
1918 England's Royal Flying Corps replaced by Royal Air Force
1918 Henry Miller's Theater opens at 124 W 43rd St. New York City
1916 1st U.S. national women's swiming championships held
1914 UVS Soccer team forms in Lead
1910 Dumitru Dan (Romania) completes a 62,137 mile (100,000 m) walk
1905 British East African Protectorate becomes colony of Kenya
1900 1st edition of Dutch newspaper "The People"
1899 North Carolina Mutual opens doors for business
1891 London-Paris telephone connection opens
1891 Painter Gauguin leaves Marseille for Tahiti
1889 1st dishwashing machine marketed in Chicago
1888 Soccer team Sparta forms in Rotterdam
1881 Anti-Jewish riots in Jerusalem
1881 Kingdom post office in Netherlands opens
1876 1st official NL baseball game (Boston-6, Philadelphia-5)
1873 British White Star steamship Atlantic sinks off Nova Scotia, 547 die
1873 Mehmed Kemals play "Vatan" premeres in Constantinople
1872 1st edition of The Standard
1868 Hampton Institute opens
1867 Blacks vote in municipal election in Tuscumbia, Alabama
1867 International Exhibition opens in Paris
1867 Singapore, Penang and Malakka become British crown colonies
1865 Battle of 5 Forks Virginia, signalling end of Lee's army
1863 1st wartime conscription law in U.S. goes into effect
1862 Shenandoah Valley campaign, Jackson's Battle of Woodstock, VA
1853 Cincinnati became 1st U.S. city to pay fire fighters a regular salary
1850 San Francisco County Government established
1836 Charles Darwin aboard HMS Beagle reaches Cocos Islands
1826 Samuel Mory patents internal combustion engine
1803 French law rules the use of intention
1793 Volcano Unsen on Japan erupts killing about 53,000
1792 Gronings feminist Etta Palm demands women's right to divorce
1789 House of Representatives 1st full meeting, New York City, F Muhlenberg 1st speaker
1778 Oliver Pollock, a New Orleans businessman, creates "$" symbol
1776 Friedrich von Klinger's "Sturm und Drang," premieres in Leipzig
1748 Ruins of Pompeii found
1724 Henry Pelham becomes English minister of War
1724 Jonathan Swift publishes Drapier's letters
1663 Gemert fines unwed motherhood (50 guilder penalty)
1581 Portugese Cortes subjects himself on Philip II
1578 William Harvey of England discovers blood circulation
1572 Bloys van Treslong conquers Brielle
1504 English guilds/corp goes under state control
1064 Body of bishop Eleutherius of Blandain moved to Doornik
705 Greek pope John VII chosen as successor to John VI
527 Justinianus becomes compassionate emperor of Byzantium
374 Comet 1P/374 E1 (Halley) approaches within 0.0884 AUs of Earth

Aggie said...

I hope your April Fool's Day is a good one Vest.

Jimmy said...

A mailed me
K took me back in her arms
Rm loves me too





this is no April Fools joke

Jimmy said...

is Chris widout a job?
that was a mighty long post

and K replied to 145 comments today
widout a job?

Keshi said...

I hope mine will prove my folly! :)

Keshi.

Graeme said...

4 blokes go on a hunting trip.

Their tents only have room for two men in each.

No one wanted to sleep in the same tent as Daryl because he snored so badly.

They decided it wasn't fair for just one of them share with Daryl the whole time, so they decided to take turns.
The first bloke to sleep in Daryl's tent comes to breakfast the next morning with his hair a mess and his eyes bloodshot.
His mates ask, 'Crikey, what happened?'
He answers, 'Daryl snored so loudly, I just sat up and watched him all night.'
The next night it was a different bloke's turn.

The following morning, same thing, his hair is all standing up and his eyes are bloodshot.
His mates ask, 'Gees, what happened to you? You look awful!'
He says, 'Bloody Daryl shakes the roof. I just sat and watched him all night, I couldn't sleep.'
The third night was Frank's turn.

Frank was a big, burly, ex-footballer; a man's man.

The next morning he comes to breakfast bright-eyed and bushy-tailed..
'Good morning,' he says cheerfully.
His mates can't believe it.

They ask, 'Blimey, what happened?'
Frank says, 'Well, we got ready for bed. I went and tucked Daryl into bed and kissed him good night.

Then he sat up and watched me all night.

Jimmy said...

well I'll be damned
after all these years
u cant still recognize me


I am a skinny guy with an unkempt beard like Osama

the coat hangs on me
and I dont fill my jeans

Andrew B, ims@unwiered. said...

Here is an actual letter that my brother sent my mother.
My mother said that it brought her to tears, and she sent it to me.


Cheese Toast
=============

Dear Momma,

I had to fix my dinner tonight since Stephanie is still recovering from
Pneumonia.

I heated up some vegetable soup and was preparing to make some cheese toast
with it.

It had been a very long time since I had eaten any cheese toast. As I was
putting the butter on the bread and applying the cheese, I thought about all
of the mornings that you fixed this for us before sending us to school. I
remembered the cheese toast, the oatmeal with raisins, the buttered toast
with syrup, the shredded wheat with bananas, and the heated orange juice.

It wasn't until I had to go through the trouble of preheating the oven,
getting out the bread, butter and cheese, aluminum foil, and fixing
everything that I stopped and realized the daily effort you spent fixing
our food.

I thought back to all of those mornings and the love that went into
everything. We ate very simple; but as I thought about all of the cornbread
and syrup, beans and rice and stir-fried vegetables, I realized that
everything you cooked I thoroughly enjoyed. We still eat a lot of bread now
because Momma fixed us all sorts of bread, and we enjoyed it.

I remembered eating these items every morning, but I couldn't remember
saying "thank you." It took me 35 years and a sick wife to realize the
the labor of love that you gave six sons every day, I want to say thank
you now.

I can never remember a time when I needed to talk and you weren't there.
I can't remember needing a mother and you were there. I can't remember
needing prayer and you were there. I can't remember needing a friend and
you were there. I can't remember needing a supporter and you were there.

We all get busy with the issues and responsibilities of life, but we should
never get too busy to stop, take time out and say thank you.

You are and have always been a remarkable mother. Even now just to hear your
voice holler in the audience as we speak, I say thank you for your support
and encouragement. We are who we are because of who we are and from whom
we came. This includes God, you and Dad. I will never forget that.

Even though this is not Mother's Day, Christmas or your birthday, I wanted
to take the time out at midnight before I went to bed to write this because
you mean that much to me and, you are someone special.

Out of all of the women I have met in my life, no matter how beautiful or
powerful, I have never looked at another and said I wish that was my mother.
I have always truly looked at myself as having the best mother in the whole
world.

I just started writing this really to say thank you for the cheese toast,
but the rest just came out as I wiped the tears from my eyes.

I love you Mother and think the world of you. I did the best I could to find
the closest I could to you for a wife because I saw what the pinnacle of
being a mother and wife was.

Good night,
Love,
James
March 19th 2009, 12:15AM

Jimmy said...

my girl has the fever
I kept awake all night

Vest said...

I do not believe you Andrew B. Since you don't have parents and were born as a best seller in the forties titled "English For Beginners".
However, you do have a Spine.


APRIL FOOL...Gotcher!!!!

Jimmy said...

Jimmy said...
VEST died last night

5:37 PM


Jimmy said...
he was killed

5:37 PM


Jimmy said...
Rosemary caught him making love to Peggy, an old flame


She hit him on the head with a frying pan filled with hot oil

5:39 PM

lower deck lawyer. said...

Vesty. I Spotted this in the history section of todays Telegraph.
April,1,1945.
The US invades the Japanese island of Okinawa.
Allied victory will be achieved only after a ferocious 83-day battle.

That must be worse than going fifteen rounds with Frank Tyson and surviving, you must be a tough old bastard.

Rosemary@dailygaggle.com said...
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rosemary said...

Jimmy, I am so sorry to disappoint you. Whatever you imagined happenning overnight can be disproved by his amorous advances this morning at around 7-30 am.
Even Lazarus could'nt do that whacko "April Fool".

saby said...

He removed your naughty post
Saby

--
Saving paper is saving trees !!
it takes 17 full grown trees to make one tonne of paper

u will find me here:
http://ugotafriend.blogspot.com

Jimmy said...

Well I'll be damned

I read somewhere ...
at 20 all the time
in the elevator
the car
while waiting for the bus


at 40
once a week, weakly


at 50 plus (thats me)
just like as in 20
but only in the mind


at 80 plus?
I bet Rn is fibbing

Jimmy said...

I dunno for sure
Uncle Diago at 101 is still feared by all the girls at Bandra


He gets erect at the drop of a hat
sorry make that pallav

Jimmy said...

Pallav is the end of the sari
which is thrown over the shoulder
to hide the plunging neckline of her blouse


in the villages women dont wear bra
just blouse

Edward T Jones said...

As an old watts boy,I would like to read your comments and thoughts on the Australian Prime Minister.
You were there a few years earlier than myself.

Jimmy said...

u can have mine


the Australian Prime Minister is a PRIME fart

no mind of his own
took his boys to IRAQ,persuaded by Blair
and they gott a whipping

and the Taliban are gunning for his arse now

Vest said...

Edward. So you are an ex Watts boy, When? - more info please. Myself 16-12-36 until 7-1-42.

Kevin Rudd. Nothing spectacular to rave about Kev, women think he is sexy; then again look at his missus, not that fussy.
Generally; will travel well until the coffers cease rattling. He should be wearing Sherwood green, I also see him as an inoffensive person. unlike the black hooded misinformed barmy army of bonehead hoodlams who greeted him on his arrival for the G20 summit.
Yhanks for your call.

Thanks for your call. vest@dailygaggle

Jimmy said...

India at G20 meet shows changing global economy - PM



NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's presence at an emergency summit in Washington to decide on how to contain the damage from the financial crisis shows the changing landscape of the global economy, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said.

Emerging economies of the G20 are expected to demand a greater say in global financial decision-making at their summit with industrialised nations after the crisis put major nations on the verge of recession.

Singh, who left on Thursday for this weekend's summit, said in a statement India would push for greater inclusivity in the international financial system and emphasise the need to ensure growth prospects of the developing countries do not suffer.

"As a major developing economy which is getting increasingly integrated with the global economy, India has a vital stake in the stability of the international economic and financial system," Singh said.

Policy makers are struggling to fend off damage to the economy from the global credit crisis and have taken a number of measures, including rate cuts, to protect growth in Asia's third-largest economy.

The Bush administration said on Wednesday the G20 meeting should be able to identify some specific measures for calming anxious financial markets and said it was timely for them to meet now.

British officials in Washington chimed in with support for the meetings on Friday night and on Saturday, saying it might help restore battered confidence in markets by showing key developed and emerging-market countries were working together.

India's impressive growth of over 9 percent in the past few years has attracted global attention and investors have moved in to take part in the long-term growth prospects.

Its economic clout has meant India is an important voice in major global economic and political foras and New Delhi has been acknowledged as a leader of developing countries at world trade talks. Continued...

Edward T Jones. said...

Hello Vest
I was at Watts Naval T S from 1945 to 1949, I left just before they closed the school as a naval school and moved to the Russell Coates school.
Its a shame that msn pulled the plug on their groups sites so we lost the site. It ended up with only about 3 of us regular posting. I have got just about every photo that can be found on the net.
When you tell people about how we were treated they find it hard to believe, it didnt worry me as much as where I was fostered in the year before I went to Watts was a lot worse. When i got my records from Barnardos there was no record of me being with those people.

I told the man that when I was grown up I was going to come back and give him a hiding, but the time I returned he and his old women was dead. Edward T Jones. Sturdee; 3 company, Number 183, from 1945-49.

Jimmy said...

is dis a reunion or what?
old soldiers never die

they keep on telling yarns of yester yesr

Jimmy said...

u know why INDIA didmt get cot in global recession?

we had men like Abdul Kalaam, scientist

Manmohan and Chidambaran, finance whiz kids

US and UK had Bush and Blair
both of dem told publicly

God told me to bomb IRAQ
Sheeeesshh

Vest said...

Edward; Thank you for your info.

I have a vivid photographic memory of events people and general happenings at that wretched school. I have in the past had serious nightmares relating to WNTS, more so than reliving action stations on the 'Wide open) air defence position on The 'KGV' during a Kamikaze attack.
Some people are afflicted to nightmares about Mother's in Law, they should be lucky. Although one Ma in Law I know who lives in Minnesota and drives a V8 Broomstick could be the most fearful of them all.
Btw Edward where do you reside?

kate...fb. said...

Hi vesty , you are so funny today, my mum wants to know did you really have sex this morning,
Luvs ya Kate. xxx.

Jimmy said...

Hihihihihihihihihihihihihihihihihihihihi



cough...coff... gasp... gasp
u r killing me Kate

Jimmy said...

in the Godfather
the Concierge and legal advisor



he has only one client, Don Corleone

its like that with me too
my kids pay the bills


I have only one client now
PG Corporation of India, sarkari


the girls are classy
verry little work
and the pay is OK


I am sitting at home
waiting for PGCL to call me


until then I will be here to give VEST a day, he will not forget too soon

Jimmy said...

VEST
I did a plug for your book
I classified your story as PORN


the cash registers will be ringing
u owe me 10 per cent

Jimmy said...

April 1st Easter Sunday 1945. The last seaborne invasion of WW2 took place that day on Japanese occupied Okinawa. Called 'Operation Iceberg'. During its eight weeks of continuous land sea and air fighting, losses were heavy on both sides and an estimated 250 thousand souls perished.


But Vest made it
he shat tonnes


he was in the toilet
all day
and all night.

Jimmy said...

hihihihihihihihihihi

Malcolm P said...

I took my dad to the mall the other day to buy some new shoes (he is 92). We decided to grab a bite at the food court. I noticed he was watching a

teenager sitting next to him. The teenager had spiked hair in all different colours: green, red, orange, and blue. My dad kept staring at him. The teenager would look and find him staring every time. When the teenager had had enough, he sarcastically asked, 'What's the matter old man, never done anything wild in your life?'



Knowing my Dad, I quickly swallowed my food so that I would not choke on his response, knowing he would have a good one, and in classic style he did.

Not batting an eye, his response. 'Got drunk once, had sex with a peacock. I was just wondering if you were my son.'

Vest said...

Kate: The answer to your 'Q'.

Go to Rosemary's comment for the answer.x.

Jimmy said...

Keshi and u wake up at the same time

Jimmy said...

do u guys sleep together?

Vest said...

Jimmy: Ans to Q 1, Not together. but we share a time zone.

Q 2, Not since that jungle story ended, but I recall it being a gratifying experience, even though it was only a 'WET DREAM'.

Jimmy said...

I have many

Jimmy said...

forgive me Vest
sometimes even Rm

Jimmy said...

Fantasizing about the one u love
about the one u want to love


Thank God for mind
and mental images

it is more real than real for me
age color creed distance is no barrier

when u love somebody

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Vest said...

Previous Anon: shove off dont come back. No spam here.

Jimmy said...

previous Anon
u r welcome to my blog

it increases my Pagerank on Google

Jimmy said...

previous Anon
u r welcome to my blog

it increases my Pagerank on Google

Jimmy said...

VEST is dumb
he not google savvy

he wants chicks omly

Anonymous said...

Jimmy is a dickhead with a large Ego and a very small penis.

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Jimmy said...

a mix up with the adjectives by the mixed up annony mouse

Goodbye Dear Rosemary. (Final)

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