Indigo Insights

Saturday, December 04, 2004

with Lynx

>^..^< GOC in Atlanta has linked a great site from an old Navy buddy. It's the first Navy site I've seen and the guy covered everything I'd ever need to know!!! Thanks GOC! And thanks Old Blue Jacket.

>^..^< Vote for your favorite blogs in the 2004 Weblog Awards.

>^..^< Mostly Cajun has linked a blog that I had not seen before, but definitely will revisit: Human Race Watch. Go over and take a look, and scroll down to Auschwitz who…? If it's any consolation, U.S. schools are not the only ones lacking!!!

from Jimmy, Ayden, NC

The Assumption
A man, exiting a grocery store, was very surprised when a rather good-looking and perky young lady greeted him cheerfully by saying "Good Evening." Her face was beaming. At least she was smiling until he gave her that "Who are you?" look. He couldn't remember having ever seen her before.

Then, she obviously realized that a mistake had been made and apologized. She explained, "Oh, I'm so sorry. When I first saw you I thought you were the father of one of my children." She walked on her way into the store.

The man was left staring dumbfounded after her. More than a bit puzzled, he thought to himself, "What is the world coming to, an attractive woman who doesn't even keep track of what the father of her children looks like."

However, he was also a bit flattered that he might resemble one of her former lovers. But, also hoped that nobody overheard her saying that she mistook him for being the father of one of her children.

A bit panicked, he then thought, "Could I possibly have forgotten a relationship? Could it be that I really fathered a child?"

Stunned, he walked to his car. He still did not realize, of course, that she was a fifth-grade teacher at a local elementary school.

The truth of the matter is that you always know the right thing to do. The hard part is doing it. ~Gen. Norman Schwarzkoff

Conscience is God's presence in man. ~Emanuel Swedenborg

Most folks are about as happy as they make up their minds to be. ~Abraham Lincoln

The reason congressmen try so hard to get re-elected is that they would hate to have to make a living under the laws they've passed. [Anon]