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The Wisdom Of Barnyard Bruke: "Lawmaker Folly, Polotic Differences, More Humor, Spring Work"

Greetings to ever one in western Illinois and all readers of The Quill.

Lawmaker Folly

Lawmakers are try'n ta pass a bill protect'n cougars, bears, and other such varmint from be'n shot in Illinois. They (mean'n legislatures) are a goofy bunch. First they deny their existence and then they wants to protect em even though they claim they don't exist in Illinois. Finally, they wants to protect their existence and growth in numbers by given em legal protection.

Do ya suppose them lawmakers would want a cougar or bear a roam'n around near their backyard with children nearby? The mental strain of be'n a lawmaker seems to be gett'n the best of them folk! They needs a vacation - the kind that comes with vote'n em out of office so's they can have more time to play with the non-existent cougar and bear.

Polotic Differences

Are you a Democrat, Republican, or a Southerner. Well, here's a little test that will help ya decide. The answer can be found by pose'n the follow'n question:

Ya is walk'n down a deserted street with your wife and two small children....

Suddenly, a terrorist with a huge knife comes around the corner, locks eyes with ya, screams obscenities, raises the knife, and charges ya ....

Ya are carry'n a Kimber 1911 caliber 45 ACP, and ya are an expert shot. Ya have mere seconds before he reaches ya and your family.

What do ya do?

Democrats Answer:

Republicans Answer:


Southerner's Answer:

Bang! Bang! Bang! Bang! Bang! Bang! Bang! Bang!

Bang! Bang! Bang! Bang!

Click....(sounds of reload'n)

Bang! Bang! Bang! Bang! Bang! Bang!





Daughter: "Nice grouping Daddy!'

Were those the Winchester silver tips or hollow points?

Son: "Can I shoot the next one?!'

Wife: "Ya ain't take'n that ta the taxidermist!'

More Humor

Spring Work

It might be too wet ta work the ground but it's about right fer trim'n fruit trees, rack'n leaves and putt'n in fertilizer spikes fer tree growth.

Strange thing about the farm, there's always someth'n ta do ta burnoff the accumulated fat picked up dure'n the winter months.

"Farming looks mighty easy when your plow is a pencil and you're a thousand miles from the corn field.' Dwight D. Eisenhower

Well, that's it fer this week. Have a good one as ya enjoy live'n.

Hope'n to see ya in church this weekend.

Keep on Smile'n and where ever ya is, what ever ya be a do'n, "BE A GOOD ONE!'

Catch ya later