Football And The Blonde

Of all the blonde jokes, this one has to be the best — because it
makes football make sense

A guy took his blonde girlfriend to her first football game.

They had great seats right behind their team’s bench. After the game, he asked her how she liked it.

“Oh, I really liked it,” she replied, “especially the tight pants and
all the big muscles, but I just couldn’t understand why they were killing each other over 25 cents.”

Dumbfounded, her boyfriend asked, “What do you mean?”

“Well, they flipped a coin, one team got it and then for the rest of
the game, all they kept screaming was, ‘Get the quarterback! Get the quarterback!’”

 “I’m like…Helloooooo? It’s only 25 cents!”


Achar Singh’s BMW

Achar Singh buys the new Automatic BMW X8 sport.

He drives the Car perfectly well during the day, but at night the Car just won’t move at all.

He tries driving the car at night for a week but still no luck.

He then furiously calls the BMW dealers and they send out a technician to him, the technician asks, “ Sir, are you sure you are using the right gears?”

Full of anger Achar replies, “You fool, idiot man, how you could ask such a question, I’m not stupid!! I use D for the Day and N for the Night…”

Extradition of Abu Hamza and four others for terrorism offences can go ahead, European court rules – Telegraph

The judges gave a final ruling on six extradition cases in a verdict which effectively passed judgment on whether America’s treatment of terrorist suspects amounts to “inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment” in breach of the European human rights code.

They decided it would be lawful for five of the six to be jailed for the rest of their lives in a so-called ‘super-max’ prison.

The ruling stated that the five, including radical preacher Abu Hamza, would not be subject to “ill-treatment” in America. The court adjourned its decision on Haroon Rashid Aswat pending consideration of further complaints lodged by him.

The ruling granted the men the right to appeal to the court’s Grand Chamber, meaning any extradition could be some time away.

Hook-handed cleric Abu Hamza, serving a seven-year sentence in Britain for soliciting to murder and inciting racial hatred, had become the focus of growing concern over human rights rulings from Strasbourg which ministers claim could compromise national security.

via Extradition of Abu Hamza and four others for terrorism offences can go ahead, European court rules – Telegraph.