“If you do not let my people go, I will send swarms of flies on you and your officials, on your people and into your houses.” Exodus 8:21
The feds have declared American schools *No Gun Zones*, and GWB declared Iraq a *No Fly Zone*; perhaps it’s time to steal a page from Dubya’s playbook, and have Obama declare his face a No Fly Zone.
The Mayor has never seen anything like this in his life. It’s -30 degrees in Washington, and flies are swarming the presidential carcass like he’s brought a plague upon himself. The Mayor expects at any time for the president to reach into his pocket and pull out a handful of locust, followed by Obama breaking out in boils. The Mayor isn’t taking any chances, he intends to spread the blood of a lamb on his door immediately.
It’s time for North America’s most fave internet blog happy good-time segment – MENSA Friday. If that last sentence could incorporate an echo, this place would be going berserk right now.
We have quite a few new readers lurking around Mitchieville, so The Mayor would like to expain the rules of MENSA before we start, all for the benefit of the newbies:
-The Mayor asks three questions
-You answer those questions.
The Mayor will now allow a short break so you can digest that information.
Aaaaaaaand we’re back.
It’s MENSA time, funky wunky, spunky kerplunky MENSA time.
Let’s git ‘er dun!
1) Which word below is an antonym of SIGNIFICANT?
Serious – Trivial – Absurd – Quiet – Simple
2) ROTTEN LIAR is an anagram of what 10-letter word?
3) At a recent small town election for Mayor (not Mitchieville, back down you vultures) a total of 963 votes were cast for four candidates, the winner exceeding his opponents by 53, 79, and 105 votes, respectively.
How many votes were cast by each candidate?
If there was such a thing as a Sexy Question Scale, The Mayor would say these questions are off the chart.
We’re going into the weekend and The Mayor is stoked. It’s going to be warmer, which automatically means better. Enjoy yourself out there, dress accordingly (remember – it’s all about the layers), and nanu nanu.