Saturday, November 7, 2015

Minnesota Logic ~OR~ Rule 5 Woodsterman Style

Ole and his wife, Lena, moved back home to Minnesota 
from Arizona .

Lena had a wooden leg, and to insure it in Arizona was 
$2,000.00 per year!!! When they arrived in Minnesota , 
they went to Sven, their Insurance Agent,

to see how much it would cost to insure the wooden leg. 
Sven looked it up on his computer and 
told the couple, "$39.00."

Ole was shocked and asked why it was so cheap here in 
Minnesota to insure it, because it had 
cost him $2,000.00 in Arizona !!

Sven turned his computer screen toward the couple 
and said, "Vell, here it is, direct from the Minnesota Fire 
Insurance Company, it says: Any wooden structure, 
with a sprinkler system over it, is $39.00."
Minnesota Logic ~OR~ Ta Ta's For A Saturday

Other Ta Ta Loving Rule 5 ers:


LL said...

Ta-Ta's are our friends.

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

LL, Always!

Ron Russell said...

I'm out of luck---sprinkler system busted!

Sandee said...

Bewahahahahahahahaha on the joke. That was hilarious.

Have a fabulous day Odie. ☺

edutcher said...

Inescapable logic.

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

Ron, but your eyes still work, right?

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

Sandee, Thank you!

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

edutcher, Perzackly!

Mike aka Proof said...

Just wait until Ole has to have his sprinkler system inspected by the Fire Marshall once a year, and then see if that $39 is a bargain or not?

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

Proof, hmmmm could be.


What does "Tata's" in spanish mean?

Tata is usually used in Mexico and Northern Guatemala,it means "daddy."

It's a matter of regionalism, I mean, it could mean different things in different areas/regions/countries. One meaning of the word "Tata" (without the "s" at the end) is "Padre" (Father). "Tata Dios" means "God the Father". Both examples are valid for the "gauchos" (a kind of cow-boy of the Pampas in Argentina).

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

GOODSTUFF, I got it as "bodacious ta ta's" from "An Officer and a Gentleman".