Seeing is believing!

Pulled Over By The Police

A young man was pulled over by the Louisiana state police for speeding.  The
officer stepped out his patrol car, pulled up his gun holster, adjusted his
mirror sunglasses, and swaggered up to the young man's window.

"What chew driving so fast for boy?  You going to a fire?  Let me see ya
license boy."  The young man handed over his license.

Then the officer noticed that the back seat of the young man's car was full
of big knives.  The officer said, " Tell me boy, why you got them knives on
that there back seat?"   The young man replied, "Well Sir, I'm a juggler."
The officer spit some tobacco juice out the side of his mouth and then he
said, " A juggler; well you don't say.  Boy put cha hands on the trunk of
your car;  you going to jail."

The young man pleaded to the officer not to take him to jail.  The young man
offered to prove to the officer that he was a juggler by way of a
demonstration.  The young man said, "You can even hold me at gun point while
I juggle for you."  The officer reluctantly allowed the young man to prove
his point while he held him at gun point.

Two miles down the road at Joe's Tavern, Jim Billy James drinking it up with
his favorite drinking buddy Homer T. Ratcliff.  Jim Billy was heading out
the door to go home to his wife.  He slumbered to his rusty old 1976 Ford
truck and crawled in.

Jim Billy was driving down highway 442, and trying his best to stay on his
side of the road.  Then all of a sudden Jim Billy saw the most unbelievable
sight of his life.  Jim Billy tried his best to keep that pickup on the
road.  Later down the road, Jim Billy stopped at the first pay phone he saw.

He dialed the number to Joe!' Tavern and asked for Homer T. Ratcliff.  When
Homer picked up the phone Jim Billy said, "Homer what ever you do when you
leave that there tavern, don't go north on highway 442.  The state police is
giving a sobriety test that can't nobody pass."

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This message was sent on 3 Dec 1996