A police officer was staking out a particularly rowdy bar for possible DUI violations...
Closing time comes around and the officer observes a man stumble out of the bar, trip on the curb, and try his keys on five different cars before finding his. Then he sits in his car fumbling around with his keys for several minutes. Everyone else had left the bar and drove off by now. Finally, the ...
I am a builder from Sioux Falls, and I was recently in Madrid at a local tavern, and couldn’t believe the amount of code violations in their building practices. This led me to accept that they are their own culture and....
Nobody inspects the Spanish inn condition.
Wanna know why China has 5 stars in their country flag?
It's how much they rated themselves for the human rights violations
A cop pulls a motorist over on the highway
"Do you know your lights are out?" asks the police officer.
"Yup," answers the driver. "But I don't care."
"And do you know how fast you were going?"
"Oh, probably about 20 miles over the limit."
"Can I see your license, sir?"
"I don't have one."
Did you hear the one about Xi Jinping?
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A rat along with two of his best buddies walk into a bar
the bar had to be shut down due to health violations.
An IRS agent visits a synagogue for an audit
After finding no violations, he goes up to the rabbi.
"Rabbi, do you light candles for Sabbath?" asks the IRS agent.
"Of course we do" replies the rabbi.
"And do you have cinders left over?"
"Yes, but we send them to a factory and they make one big candle for us."
There have been two presidential impeachments in the history of the United States...
One involved a Johnson from the south and some violations relating to a staff member and the other was the 1868 impeachment of Andrew Johnson.