Sunday, September 2, 2018

Password (Cajun Joke) and Sunday Selections

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Just because Sandee of Comedy Plus has stopped hosting a Silly Sunday blog hop, don't expect me to quit telling Cajun jokes.

The other day i found myself in the situation of having to ask for a wifi password, and it reminded me of Boudreaux an' his bar, de Hubba Hubba.

Boudreaux had done decide he goin' be up to date an' keep up wit' de motel an' de laundrymat, so he get wifi fo' de bar.

One day he done get a new guy come t'ru town, an' de man stop at de Hubba Hubba.  He run in an' say, "Quick!  Do you have wifi I can use?"

An' Boudreaux say, "Mais oui, you gotta buy a beer."

So de man say, "Okay, gimme a beer."  An after he pay fo' it, he say, "Now, what's the wifi password?"

An' Boudreaux say, "It be 'yougottabuyabeer,' no spaces, all little letters!"


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Sunday Selections was started as a way for bloggers to use photos that might otherwise just languish in their files.  It is now hosted by River at Drifting Through Life.     

While weeding at Mr. BA's house yesterday, i snapped a couple of photos of flowers:




He is very excited that the butterflies are back, and while i couldn't get any of them to sit still for a photo op, i did get two honeybees:






If you look to the left in that second photo, there's a ladybug.  When i tried to focus on her, she ran off and i thought i had missed her entirely.


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Today is:

Bison-Ten-Yell Day -- celebrating the imaginary Bison-Ten-Yell, inventor of 10 battle yells now used as American football signals

Celtic Tree Month Muin (Vine) begins

Coughing and Spluttering Convention -- Fairy Calendar

Father's Day -- Australia; Fiji; New Zealand; Papua New Guinea

Feast of Osiris -- Ancient Egyptian Calendar (date approximate)

Harvest Wine Celebration -- Livermore, CA, US (open-house visits to over 40 wineries)

Independence Day -- Transdniestria

Janmashtami -- Hindu (birth of Lord Krishna)

National Blueberry Popsicle Day

National Day -- Vietnam

Pierce Your Ears Day -- does a kitten screaming in my ear count?  oh, since the person who decided we should celebrate this today didn't leave a trace, i guess it's okay to interpret any way we want

Regata Storical (Historical Regatta) -- Venice, Italy (competition among two-oar racing gondolas, preceded by Venetian ceremonial boats)

Running of the Sheep -- Reed Point, MT (matched only by the Running of the Bulls in Pamplona, hundreds of sturdy Montana bred woolies charge down the six blocks of the main street in town, plus there is a parade!)

Sacrifice to Hekate and Artemis -- Ancient Greek Calendar (date approximate)

Sedantag -- Germany

St. Agricola of Avignon's Day (Patron of rain -- for or against, whichever you need! -- of good weather and storks; Avignon, France; against misfortune and plague epidemics)

VJ Day -- Surrender Ceremony took place on this date aboard the USS Missouri


Anniversary Today:

Beginning of the Marathon Runs during the Persian War, Sept. 2-9, 490BC


Birthdays Today:

Cynthia Watros, 1968
Salma Hayek, 1966
Lennox Lewis, 1965
Keanu Reeves, 1964
Linda Purl, 1955
Jimmy Connors, 1952
Mark Harmon, 1951
Eric Dickerson, 1950
Christa McAuliffe, 1948
Nathaniel “Tiny” Archibald, 1948
Terry Bradshaw, 1948
Peter Victor Ueberroth, 1937
Marge Champion, 1923
Cleveland Amory, 1917
Lili'uokalani, 1838
James Forten, 1766


Debuting/Premiering Today:

"Rose-Marie"(Operetta), 1924
"East of Suez"(Play), 1922
Ordinance on the Danish Church(Publication Date), 1637


Today in History:

Cicero's first Philippic (oratorical attack) on Marc Antony, BC44
Pharaoh Cleopatra VII of Egypt declares her son co-ruler as Ptolemy XV Caesarion, BC44
Octavian's troops win the Battle of Actium which ends the Final war of the Roman Republic, BC31
The Great Fire of London breaks out and burns for three days; it ends with 8 dead and 13,000 houses destroyed, 1666
Great Britain adopts the Gregorian calendar, nearly two centuries later than most of Western Europe, 1752
US Treasury Dept. is established by Congress, 1789
The solar super storm continues to affect electrical telegraph service, 1859
Theodore Roosevelt adivses the US to "Speak softly, and carry a big stick." 1901
President Ngo Dinh Diem of South Vietnam becomes the first foreign head of state to make a state visit to Australia, 1957
The Principality of Sealand is established, ruled by Prince Paddy Roy Bates, 1967
Swissair Flight 111 crashes near Peggys Cove, Nova Scotia; all 229 people on board are killed, 1998
Pope Benedict hosts an eco-festival, "Save Creation Day," in Loreto, Italy, to encourage Catholics to live an eco-friendly lifestyle, 2007
Ending a 50-year ban on veiled female news presenters, Egypt's state television gives its female presenters a choice of wearing, or not wearing, a veil, 2012
Swimmer Diana Nyad makes history, becoming the first person to swim from Cuba to Florida without a shark cage, 2013
The public learns about AT&T's The Hemisphere Project, which gives telephone call data to law enforcement agencies, including the DEA, 2013

7 comments:

Sandee said...

Bwahahahahahahahahaha. Nice business model here. He's a smart one.

Have a fabulous and blessed Sunday. ♥

joeh said...

Next he will change it to firstbuyabeerandashot

Jz said...

oooh! You've reminded me I need to go put my starter studs back into my ears for a while... Thank You! :-)

Elephant's Child said...

Love your flower shots. Capturing bees is something I find very, very difficult.

pilch92 said...

That was a great joke :)

cube said...

Boudreaux humor slays me. At first I thought the second flower had a raspberry in it. I had to enlarge to see that it was indeed a ladybug.

stevebethere said...

LMAO @ Boudreaux I liked the photos good captures :-)

Have a bloomingtastic day :-)