A man in northern Montana was out in the woods when he come upon a small wolf cub, just days old it seemed. No adults around an in bad shape. So he packed it up, took it to his homestead and nursed it back to health. He then constructed a fenced habitat. But as the cub grew, the man realized that he need some professional help in training it as it was starting to growl and even nipping at him. Not good he thought
So h advertised in the paper for professional handlers.
He got two applicants. One was a grizzled old timer bent over from years in the rough, maybe 70 years old. The second was a gorgeous twenty something girl.
He had them come the same day so he could choose his handler
The old tmer could hardly get around but seemed to be game. The girl came with her long red hair hanging loose and was wearing a tight chambray shirt over short jean shorts that showed off her tanned long legs.
So he asked the young girl to show her skills first. She opened the inclosure and walked in. The wolf, which was now basically full grown, leaped toward her then started to rub up along her legs licking her thighs and wagging it's tail.
The owner was duly impressed. He turned to the old timer and asked. " can you do that"
The old man replied, "Damn straight. Just get that wolf out of there!"
There are 10 kinds of people. Those that understand binary and those that don't.
A man with his wife rushes into the dentist office and the man tells the dentist he needs a tooth extracted immediately. He tells the dentist he has worked weeks to get a special Tee time on the golf course with his 3 friends and it must be done in 30 min or less and he wants NO anesthetic !
The dentist says, "It'll be pretty painful and might affect your game."
But the man insists - "I don't care how much it hurts - "I can't miss this Tee time - it took me weeks to get these guys together !!!"
The dentist says, "OK, it's your call ! " & then asks , "Which tooth is it?"
Man turns to his wife and says, "Show him which tooth !!"
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