Matt Blevin, governor of KentuckyI have invented a new kind of computing for those who aren't particularly adept at technology. It's called "Clod-based Computing". .. One of the things I have always wanted to do is place "No Exit" signs on all the exits from a roundabout. I would then wait and take bets on the maximum number of revolutions for drivers too timid to disobey the signs. ... Tonight, I believe, is the Harvest Moon. I think our society needs to update such outdated concepts as that and the Hunter's Moon.

I am proposing they be replaced by the Golfer's Moon and the Couch Potatoes Moon. .... Kentucky is putting together "The Bourbon Trail" for visitors. It is expected that a significant number of those following the path will have to be picked up and carried home. ... You might remember that Kentucky governor Matt Blevin said recently that if Hillary Clinton wins that blood will have to be spilled. I think Matt has spent a little too much time testing The Bourbon Trail or smoking too much blue grass. Or maybe, he was envisioning a new program of blood donation to guarantee an ample supply. Quite admirable.... Once upon a time, a young man wished for untold riches. Soon, he was visited by his fairy grandmother who granted his wishes. He immediately was surrounded by gold and jewels, but he could not enjoy them because his body had vanished and he was just one giant head, nothing else. He cursed his fate and demanded she change him to a body capable  of moving his wealth around. The fairy godmother changed him into a giant foot. The moral of the story? He should have quite while he was a head.

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